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Adapted slightly from Handle the Heat

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Lightly sweet yeasted buttery rolls with a very soft, fluffy texture and tropical taste,these rolls are the fresh, homemade version ofthe famous King’s Hawaiian rolls.

We have these monthly fitness challenges at work andI’m really psyched forthis newestchallenge. It’s a Hawaiian theme and the challenge isto walk/run/bike/swim 120 miles (the distance around Oahu) in the month of June. What’s even more fun is that I get to do a Hawaiian themed cooking class to go with it!

I’ve been researching Hawaiian recipes and have found some good ones to try. Last night I decided it’s time to begin experimenting. I remember my daughter remarking to me a while ago about how good King’s Hawaiian rolls are. I am not sure where she tried them, but she really, really loved them. So I made these scrumptious rolls for the kids to go withdinner last night. My kids LOVED themand almost completelydevoured the entire batch between the two of them. Daughter schmeared jelly on hers, but my boy said they didn’t need jam. I made them set a few rolls aside so I could photograph them!

The recipe I used said to make 15 buns, but I made about 22 and these weresome pretty good-sized rolls. If you don’t have a bread machine, you can do this with a dough hook on your stand mixer (see Handle the Heat‘s post for instructions). I want to try this recipe again with part whole wheat flour, because, well, fiber is a good thing.

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  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 1 hour
  • Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
  • Yield: 15 - 22 rolls 1x
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Ingredients

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  • 1/2 cup canned pineapple juice
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 6 Tablespoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 Tablespoon active dry yeast
  • 4 1/2 cups bread flour
  • 4 Tablespoons butter, melted

Instructions

  1. Put all ingredients in the bread machine and set it on the dough setting.
  2. When the dough is ready, preheat the oven to 170 F. and then turn it off. Cut the dough into about 15 – 20 pieces and form each piece into a ball by pinching downwards towards the bottom of the roll with your fingers. Set the balls in a greased 13x9x2 inch pan with some space around each ball to allow it to expand. You may need a separate pie plate for the extras.
  3. Spray the tops of the buns with cooking spray (or brush lightly with melted butter). Set them in the oven and let rise for about 40 minutes, until they are nice and puffy. Bake at 350 for 15 – 20 minutes or until golden brown. Spray the tops of the buns again with cooking spray or brush with butter. Enjoy!

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This recipe was shared at Foodie Friends Friday,What’s for Dinner Sunday Linkupand Hearth & Soul Bloghop.

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Helen FernJune 3, 2016 - 9:41 am

Don’t you just love that bread machine invention? I sure do! Thanks for sharing on the What’s for Dinner link up!

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swathiJune 6, 2016 - 4:58 pm

Love this hawaiian bread rolls thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop, pinning and featuring on this week’s hop.

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AnnJune 6, 2016 - 7:39 pm

Woo hoo! Thank you so much, Swathi. You’re the best.

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April J HarrisJune 7, 2016 - 5:59 am

What a great healthy challenge – and what a wonderful recipe! I’ve featured at this week’s Hearth and Soul Hop. Love the idea of Hawaiian Rolls that can be made in the bread machine. Thank you for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Hop!

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MaggieJuly 25, 2016 - 11:23 am

Do the eggs have to be room temperature?

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AnnJuly 25, 2016 - 8:43 pm

It probably wouldn’t hurt, but I don’t bother bringing the eggs to room temperature, Maggie. I just plop them in the bread machine. My bread machine seems to adjust the temperature to be just right for the yeast. If you know yours doesn’t, then I would recommend bringing them to room temp before adding them, although keep in mind the butter is melted, so that is adding heat to the mixture. I think it’s good to let the cold and hot counter-balance each other.

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MaggieJuly 26, 2016 - 9:08 am

I made the rolls last night. My family loved them!! This will definitely be a staple at our house! 😃

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AnnJuly 26, 2016 - 8:12 pm

Oh yay! I’m so glad they turned out well for you!!!

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SherriNovember 23, 2022 - 4:34 pm

I made these the other night. What a great taste to them. So, that being said, our Thanksgiving dinner will include these!!

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AnnNovember 23, 2022 - 5:32 pm

Hurrah, that makes me so happy, Sherri!

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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JinnaApril 4, 2020 - 9:11 pm

Does it have to be bread flower? All I have is regular flower 😫

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AnnApril 5, 2020 - 12:43 pm

Hi Jinna,

Bread flour will give you better results, but in a pinch, I think I’d try it with regular flour. Here’s an article on the different kinds of flour that might help: https://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/cooking-tips-techniques/baking/difference-between-flours

Happy baking!

Ann

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Fauziah ZainalNovember 11, 2016 - 11:19 pm

Hi. Ur bread machine is up to how many grams? Can I substitute pineapple juice with other juice or just water or milk?

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AnnNovember 13, 2016 - 12:06 am

Hello … my bread machine typically uses about 3 cups of flour or about 400 g of flour. I do recommend using pineapple juice if you can get it because that’s what gives these rolls their tropical sweetness, but you could probably substitute another sweet juice in a pinch.

Thanks for asking!

Ann

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Fauziah ZainalNovember 13, 2016 - 8:18 am

Thanks! 🙂

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CatieJanuary 5, 2017 - 3:29 pm

Is this a rather sticky dough? Or did I measure my flour wrong? 😬

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AnnJanuary 5, 2017 - 9:01 pm

Yes, it is a sticky dough. You’re good, Catie!

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RachelFebruary 7, 2024 - 5:07 pm

Ah I just pulled my dough out and was wondering the same! I don’t feel like mine rose up as much as it should have but we’ll see how they bake!

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Stephanie PDecember 20, 2018 - 4:33 pm

Can you make these ahead of time and freeze the dough once rolled into balls?

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AnnDecember 27, 2018 - 7:35 pm

I’ve not tried that, but I don’t see why you couldn’t! I know that others freeze yeast dough after making it and have good results. If you try it, please let me know how it turns out.

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Cleopatra TrudellDecember 28, 2018 - 4:20 pm

Hi there! I would like to try out this recipe but I’m not sure how to add the ingredients to the bread machine? In what order do I add the ingredients to the bread machine?

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AnnDecember 28, 2018 - 6:56 pm

I would usually put the yeast in the middle of the flour … other than that, add them in the order listed. Thanks for asking!

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AmandaMarch 22, 2020 - 3:11 pm

This is a good ROLL recipe but these are definitely not Hawaiian sweet rolls. Mine turned out nothing like the pictures and I’ve made them twice. Very disappointed as a really wanted a recipe for Hawaiian rolls and this is not it.

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AnnMarch 22, 2020 - 4:26 pm

I’m so sorry you were disappointed, Amanda. Results in baked bread and rolls always do vary depending on the humidity level and a lot of other factors such as the flour used, etc. I’ll agree with you that they don’t taste exactly like the King’s Hawaiian rolls, but I personally think they taste like Hawaiian rolls without all the preservatives. Thanks for sharing your experience.

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viola e brooksApril 5, 2021 - 5:49 pm

I’m making them now..got lazy and scooped the flour instead of spooning into measuring cup..dough seems thick and dense..I’ll add more liquid..but was thinking maybe that is why yours were different?

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KaraMarch 27, 2020 - 8:06 am

Can I use bread machine yeast instead of active dry yeast?

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AnnMarch 28, 2020 - 2:31 pm

Yes, you can, Kara! Reduce the amount of yeast you use by 25%.

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Valerie JohnstonMarch 28, 2020 - 7:07 pm

Amazing! The only problem is now my family wants them everyday): LOL:) They are awesome:)

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AnnMarch 29, 2020 - 11:19 am

LOL Valerie! I have that problem at my house too … so glad you enjoyed the recipe. 🙂

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SandraMay 21, 2020 - 9:06 pm

Is this recipe for 1.5lb or 2lb? My bread machine asks for a size even for just the dough setting.

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AnnMay 23, 2020 - 11:44 am

Hi Sandra,

I think I would go with the 1.5 lb. setting. Thanks for asking!

Ann

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Herb GarskeAugust 16, 2020 - 11:45 pm

Made these and they soft and puffy but a concern was that they were not sweet enough. Can I do something to add to the sweetness?

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AnnAugust 17, 2020 - 9:17 pm

Yes, you could add more sugar to the dough to increase the sweetness. Try increasing, one Tablespoon at a time, until the dough tastes pleasantly sweet to you. The buns should have a similar sweetness.

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CharylSeptember 18, 2020 - 10:37 pm

Can this be cooked as a loaf in the bread maker?

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AnnSeptember 20, 2020 - 2:06 pm

Yes, I think you could cook it in the bread machine as a loaf! If you try that, let me know how it turns out, Charyl.

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KathyNovember 14, 2020 - 2:28 pm

Excellent recipe!

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AnnNovember 21, 2020 - 9:02 pm

Thank you so much, Kathy! I’m so glad you enjoyed it.

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Lia WhiteNovember 26, 2020 - 11:10 am

Can’t wait to try this. Do these rise at all or do you just pop them in the oven? Thank you for the recipe and all the great answers!

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AnnNovember 26, 2020 - 12:16 pm

Hello Lia!

Yes, they should have some rising time. I recommend heating your oven to the lowest temp it will go to, then turn the oven OFF and turn your oven light on. Let the buns rise in the oven for about 40 minutes – 1 hour until they look nice and puffy. Then bake them. You don’t even have to take them out of the oven because they will continue to rise as the oven heats up.

I hope you enjoy and have a very happy Thanksgiving!

Ann

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KathyDecember 21, 2020 - 8:06 pm

I made the dough and after the first rise I made into the balls put them on an oiled cookie sheet and froze the dough. Then I put into freezer bags. I took out six to test and they were beautiful! I would include a picture, but I don’t have that option.

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AnnDecember 24, 2020 - 7:00 pm

I’ve never tried freezing the dough! Thanks for sharing your method and results, Kathy … I’m so happy they worked out well for you.

Ann

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AmberJanuary 7, 2021 - 4:55 pm

Did you bake straight from the freezer?

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TylynFebruary 6, 2021 - 6:12 am

Mine came out VERY dense! What did I do wrong? I read the comments and used bread machine yeast (2 1/4tsps) instead of active dry. Want to try again this afternoon but I am not sure the science behind baking bread.

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AnnFebruary 13, 2021 - 2:33 pm

Hello Tylyn,

Perhaps it’s your yeast? I’ve always used active dry yeast (I buy it in bulk from Costco and store it in a jar in the freezer–it lasts forever) and they come out perfect. Sometimes the yeast they sell in packets is bad … it’s much more cost effective and foolproof to buy it in bulk.

Good luck with your next batch!

Ann

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SherryFebruary 28, 2021 - 12:47 am

These turned out wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe. How do you store yours? In the pan or in a baggie? Thanks

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AnnFebruary 28, 2021 - 3:16 pm

Hi Sherry,

I’m so glad they turned out well for you! Honestly, I don’t think there were any left to store whenever we made them, but I’d probably store them in a baggie.

Thanks for your sweet comment,

Ann

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Amie ManuelJuly 30, 2021 - 8:00 pm

Can u make this as a loaf instead of rolls?

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AnnJuly 31, 2021 - 11:18 am

Hello Amie,

I’m sure you could, but I haven’t tried that! If you do, let me know how it turns out.

Happy baking,
Ann

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ConnieSeptember 25, 2021 - 3:19 pm

Hi, thank you for the great recipe, very nice of you, I used buttermilk Because I was out of milk they turned out fantastic!! I also whipped up some honey butter to go with it. My husband said that they are the best I’ve ever made!

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AnnSeptember 26, 2021 - 7:07 pm

I’m so excited that they turned out well for you, Connie! Thanks so much for taking the time to leave a review. You’re the best!

~ Ann

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Missy EllisDecember 27, 2021 - 1:33 pm

I made these and the dough was so sticky, I couldn’t roll it up. So, I mixed in some flour, which was not good. The flavor was good, but the texture was really coarse. How do you roll up the dough when it is soooo sticky? Thanks!

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AnnDecember 27, 2021 - 10:31 pm

Hi Missy,

My dough was not super sticky, but that can happen when the humidity is high or when extra liquid is added by mistake. The answer here is to add flour until the dough isn’t sticking to the bread machine in the initial knead. Watch the dough as it’s coming together and if it’s sticking to the sides, add flour, just a sprinkle at a time, until the dough cleans the sides without sticking.

When you’re forming the rolls, use as much flour as you need to keep it from sticking to your hands. Typically this should be a light dusting of the surface, but sometimes you might need a thicker layer and that’s okay.

Thanks for asking and I hope your next batch is less sticky!

Take care,

Ann

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LindseyJanuary 28, 2023 - 7:38 pm

Is the 4 tbsp of melted butter supposed to go into the dough or is that referring to what you brushed the rolls with?

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AnnJanuary 29, 2023 - 9:05 pm

It goes right into the bread machine with the rest of the ingredients! Thanks for asking, Lindsey.

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Karen WilliamsJune 22, 2023 - 11:22 am

I have to say I was stumped by the melted butter at the bottom of the recipe since with a bread machine all liquids go in first, then dry ingredients with yeast on the very top. I put the melted butter in with the liquids, but was second guessing myself to see if the melted butter was to brush over the top instead. It would be helpful if the ingredients were in the order to put into the bread machine pan. With that said these rolls turned out fantastic. The family loved them and they were fresh tasting and good the next day too! For some reason the stars would not register that this is definitely a 5 star recipe! Thank you!

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AnnJune 22, 2023 - 7:19 pm

Hello Karen,

Thank you for your helpful note and the 5 star review! It sounds like I need to update this post so that people can actually rate the recipe – and to put the ingredients in the proper order for a bread machine. Putting that on my “to do” list. 🙂

Thanks again,

Ann

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Sherry DaleApril 24, 2023 - 10:54 pm

Great texture and flavor. Easy to make and I did freeze a number of rolls after last rise. I’ll let you know how they come out.

Thank you!

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AnnMay 7, 2023 - 10:52 am

Hi Sherry,

I’m excited to hear how the frozen ones turned out! Thanks for taking the time to rate and comment. 🙂

Ann

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MrsRocheSeptember 2, 2023 - 10:09 am

This was a fabulous recipe! Instead of making rolls though, I turned it into two braided loaves. Baked at 350° for 25 minutes. So delicious. Thank you.

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AnnSeptember 2, 2023 - 8:24 pm

Ooh that sounds fabulous and so pretty, Mrs. Roche! Thanks for sharing and for taking the time to leave a review.

~ Ann

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Barbara MarzkaNovember 16, 2023 - 1:08 pm

Do you use salted or unsalted butter in this recipe? TIA

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AnnNovember 19, 2023 - 8:51 pm

Hello Barbara!

I use salted butter, but you could use either one, really. Thanks for asking.

Ann

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ELDecember 25, 2023 - 8:10 pm

Perfect rolls

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V EJanuary 7, 2024 - 2:06 pm

Oh my, lovely days!! This is the best recipe I have found for Hawaiian rolls. The taste and consistency is spot on. I like the fact that it is not as sweet as the store bought. My family and I love this recipe because it not only taste great, it also does not take long to make. I had to keep my hubby from eating all of them. i now have to make them at least every two days. LOVE THEM!!

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V EJanuary 7, 2024 - 2:08 pm

I meant to make this 5 stars!

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AnnJanuary 13, 2024 - 4:16 pm

Thanks so much for your comment and five star rating, V E! You made my day. 🙂

Ann

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PreshusJanuary 23, 2024 - 11:23 pm

Although I’ve used this recipe 3 times, they nicer come out as fluffy Hawaiian rolls BUT they’re still bomb. So I’m sure I’m doing something wrong 😊 but I still love them and we try hard not to eat the whole pan in a day.

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LynnJanuary 25, 2024 - 5:43 pm

Good recipe, came out really soft and fluffy
I added 2 tsp coconut extract to the liquids, it gave it that extra kick

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Do you need to punch down dough in bread machine? ›

The machine will combine the ingredients, knead the dough, and give it its first rise. When the bread machine beeps, it means the dough is ready to shape. If your machine doesn't have a "dough only" setting, you'll have to watch it carefully to see when the first rise is over and the dough gets punched down.

How many cups of flour will a bread machine hold? ›

A 1-pound bread machine, in general, can handle 2 to 3 cups of flour, while a 1 1/2-lb. machine can handle 3 to 4 cups of flour. Many recipes ask for a range of flour.

How many rolls are in Hawaiian bread? ›

KING'S HAWAIIAN® Original Hawaiian Sweet Dinner Rolls are now available in a 24 pre-sliced pack. Rolls can be removed apart. Rolls have a horizontal slice mid-way down through the roll.

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The major difference that separates them from other dinner rolls is a distinct sweetness. Big King's Hawaiian fans will also tout the texture, its flaky outside and fluffy interior, as a reason it's so delectable.

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If the dough isn't punched down, the carbon dioxide will continue to be released, which can cause big, uneven air pockets in your bread. Additionally, if you don't knock back the dough, it can lead to a weaker gluten structure, meaning your bread may not maintain the desired shape.

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Some recipes have you “punch down” the dough one or two times. Some recipes do not have this step at all. If your recipe asks to do it, do it! From my experience making regular yeast breads, I punch down once after first rise and then once again before forming into loaves.

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Yes! All-purpose flour has a 9% to 12% gluten content, while bread flour's gluten content falls in the 10% to 13% range. Even if your all-purpose flour lacks gluten, you can still use it in the bread machine. Again, the worst that will happen is that your bread will not rise as much as it would with bread flour.

Should you sift flour for bread machine? ›

No, sifting flour does not make bread dough lighter. As I show in the video the flour is only light and fluffy and not lumpy while it is dry and undisturbed. As soon as water is added, and the dough is kneaded it turns in the worst lump that you could imagine. Sifting will not help here.

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Keep the product inside the container and just remove the plastic wrapping! Place this into a preheated oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 2-3 minutes for the rolls and 3-5 minutes for the bread, depending on how warm you want it. You will then have a sweet smelling home to enjoy your rolls.

What makes Hawaiian bread different? ›

So to make these buns as “Hawaiian” as possible, I added (you guessed it) pineapple juice as a sweetener in the recipe. The King's Hawaiian rolls don't list pineapple juice as an ingredient, but these buns taste remarkably similar.

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Hawaiian bread is soft from the sugar, pineapple juice, eggs and butter that are added to the dough. The acidity of the pineapple juice also helps tenderize the dough.

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Use the machine to mix and knead your dough only

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