Overnight Yogurt Sunflower Seed Bread Rolls

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This overnight bread, prepared with a mix of wholewheat and bread flours and 100% yogurt, has a crunchy crust and tender crumb with complex flavour and a beloved delicious sour tang due to the long, slow overnight fermentation.

Overnight Yogurt Sunflower Seed Bread Rolls

adapted from Hefe und mehr
  • 400 g Plain yogurt
  • 3 g Fresh yeast
  • 150 g Wholewheat grain, ground
  • 230 g Bread flour
  • 8-10 g Sea salt
  • Sunflower seeds
  1. Before you go to bed, dissolve fresh yeast with the yogurt in the mixing bowl of your stand mixer, then add in remaining ingredients, except sunflower seeds. Stir first on slow speed until the dough comes together, then increase the speed and knead until it’s smooth. Cover with plastic film and proof overnight or up to 12 hours at the room temperature.
  2. Next morning roll dough on a well-floured work surface to 40 x 40 cm square. Fold each side in to meet in the middle, so you have a 20 x 20 cm square. Cut into 9 pieces. Brush the surface with water and coat with sunflower seeds. Place them on a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Cover with a clean kitchen towel and proof for 60 minutes.
  3. Place a roasting tray at the bottom of the oven and preheat to 250C/500F. Put the bread in the hot oven and pour a cup of boiling water into the roasting tray. Close the oven door and bake for about 20 minutes.

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93 comments:

kitchen flavours 11/9/12 06:49

Lovely rolls! I like yoghurt overnight dough! These rolls would be great for breakfast with a cup of coffee!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 11/9/12 07:11

Lovely! That is a great recipe. I'm bookmarking it.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Medeja 11/9/12 07:26

I can imagine the taste and the smell.. Bread with sunflower seeds was always my favorite :)

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Guru Uru 11/9/12 07:54

This bread looks beautifully soft and I love the abundance of seeds!

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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Honey Bee Sweets 11/9/12 08:55

Lovely and healthy dinner rolls! Definitely not your usual dinner rolls. :) would love to try them, since the ingredients are all so easy to get, thanks Angie!

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thecompletecookbook 11/9/12 09:45

What an incredible recipe Angie. I love the idea of yoghurt buns.
:-) Mandy

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The Café Sucré Farine 11/9/12 09:46

Beautiful! I'd love a sandwich for my lunch today on one of these yummy looking rolls. Do you have any leftovers? :) Probably not, they look too good, I'm sure they got scarfed up!

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Honeybird 11/9/12 10:25

They look great! Definitely gonna try this ;)

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My Italian Smorgasbord 11/9/12 11:08

these are a MUST make soon. a great solution for waking up to freshly baked bread without much effort (love the easiness of the shaping, thaks for the pictures!). and they sound yummy and healthy too. thumb up!

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rita cooks italian 11/9/12 11:34

My favourite way to start the day: freshly baked bread rolls! I love the sunflower seeds...I've grown sunflowers this summer, but the birds have eaten all the seeds, flowers included before I had the chance to collect them.

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen 11/9/12 12:33

These are wonderful and adaptable rolls Angie! The cluster of sunflower seeds certainly adds a lot of crunch.

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Munatycooking 11/9/12 12:56

Lovely fresh bread, how I wish I can have some right now :)

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Priya 11/9/12 13:02

Omg, with those seeds, bread looks absolutely incredible.

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Lisa @ Tarte du Jour 11/9/12 13:14

Oh Angie! These rolls look heavenly! I'm sipping my coffee this morning wishing I had one of your delectable rolls to go with it. You once again made drool!

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 11/9/12 13:35

Lovely rolls Angie. I don't think I've seen sunflower seeds that large. I can almost smell them...
Sam

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TasteHongKong 11/9/12 13:41

Angie, so beautifully simple, I also wish my execution is as neat as yours.

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Cherine 11/9/12 13:45

This bread looks fabulous!! Great job!

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Ilke 11/9/12 14:40

Easy breezy bread. I bet they are soft with the yogurt addition. You have become my go-to site when I want nice, good bread recipes :)

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Sutapa 11/9/12 14:51

What a delicious bread .....love the generous use of sunflower seeds ....looks tempting!

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Mary Sherwood 11/9/12 15:05

conversions I am trying (not a baker!):
400 g yogurt - 1 3/4 Cups
3 g yeast - 1 t
150 g Whole wheat flour - 1 1/14 Cups
230 g Bread flour - 1 Cup
8 g Salt - 1 t
Will let you know how it goes....

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anne 11/9/12 15:37

Pretty delicious rolls , Angie ! The generous seeds on top sounds really good !

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Jessica@AKitchenAddiction 11/9/12 15:55

I love fresh baked bread! This sounds wonderful!

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Katerina 11/9/12 16:03

I love the impact of yogurt in the yeast and the flavor of bread! These little bites look irresistible!

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Happy Cook / Finla 11/9/12 16:12

Love the idea of the overnight bread and these looks so good.

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wok with ray 11/9/12 16:32

I love this idea of all-night process and ready for breakfast freshly baked in the morning. I hope you are having an enjoyable week, Angie! :)

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 11/9/12 17:01

An overnight bread, how cool! If you can wait the morning puffing plus baking it makes a scrumptious breakfast! I am a fan of any bread with sunflower seeds.

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Balvinder Ubi 11/9/12 17:26

I can imagine the taste and smell from my screen. they look lovely.

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Koko 11/9/12 17:41

Yum! I haven't made rolls since I was in culinary school....but you just can't beat fresh rolls!

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Emma @ Food, Fork and Good 11/9/12 17:50

ooh i have all these ingredients, I am so going to try this out. I love it!!

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Kayte 11/9/12 18:47

Putting these on my bread board at Pinterest to try soon...thanks. They look marvelous!

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Nammi 11/9/12 18:54

wow can I have one please :)

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Angie's Recipes 11/9/12 19:12

@Mary Sherwood
Hi Mary,
I think 230 g bread flour is more than just 1 cup, a cup of bread flour is about 130 grams; And 8 grams of salt is 1+2/3 teaspoons...but then again, I am not familiar with U.S measurement.

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Gloria 11/9/12 19:55

Love these breadrolls look awesome!!

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The Squishy Monster 11/9/12 20:38

I love these prep-ahead bits and I bet the yogurt makes it so super moist!!

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Alida 11/9/12 21:45

you are doing so well! How could anyone not like such a lovely breadrolls? Wonderful post.

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grace 11/9/12 22:27

i love the crunchy coating of sunflower seeds! great recipe!

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Suzi 11/9/12 22:59

What a great recipe Angie. I love that sour dough flavor. Your rolls look perfect. I have got to try making this. It will go so well with some jam and a nice cup a coffee. Yum!

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Rebecca Subbiah 12/9/12 00:19

these look wonderful :-) love yogurt in recipes

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Norma Chang 12/9/12 01:55

An unusual and delicious bread, not to mention good for you. Adding to my to do list.

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Kathy 12/9/12 02:19

Beautiful rolls….yogurt is a perfect addition to the dough! Love the overnight wait! Lovely!

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Belinda @zomppa 12/9/12 03:49

Those look so lovely and soft! Nice idea with the yogurt.

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Jasna Varcakovic 12/9/12 04:05

Long fermentation is better for digestion and has more flavour.
Bread rolls look very appetising!

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ChopinandMysaucepan 12/9/12 04:50

Dear Angie,

This overnight bread looks quite fresh and fluffy, now where that slab of French butter?

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Eva 12/9/12 05:21

What gorgeous rolls Angie. The shape, crust, crumb look absolutely perfect. And the inside looks so wonderful that I just want to slather butter all over them (yes, I would!). I love the oats on top, I may have to borrow that idea from you when we return from Europe.

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Baker Street 12/9/12 06:54

I like this healthy option of dinner rolls. The sunflower seed adds is a great touch.

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FiSh. ohFISHiee 12/9/12 07:57

oh that's a fluffy healthy bread! would love to try too.

Latest: Durian Dim Sum??

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ping 12/9/12 08:50

Looks really good, Angie! I've tried yogurt bread but not using 100% entirely of it. I can imagine the flavor of the bread tho .... mmmm. And I love sunflower seeds or any seeded breads. Definitely a must do!

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unoscoiattoloindispensa 12/9/12 09:15

these looks so amazing! I am pretty sure they might be my next bread!

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Joanne 12/9/12 14:23

I don't think I've ever seen yogurt actually IN a bread before. How hearty!

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Faith 12/9/12 15:50

These rolls look gorgeous, Angie! I love that they outside is studded with seeds!

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mjskit 12/9/12 17:36

I can tell you right now, once I have an oven back, I'm spending lots of time here! Love these little rolls! The crusty outside, the seeds, the "sour tang"- what's not to love!

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Kit @ i-lostinausten 12/9/12 18:10

Wow! I love sunflower seeds & just baked some with them. This looks so yummy & amazingly good! :)

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Roxana | Roxana's Home Baking 12/9/12 18:48

I have everything I need to make these buns! Will make the dough tonight and bake them early tomorrow morning, can't wait!

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Lisa 12/9/12 19:04

I LOVE these roles, Angie..they are magnificent! I'm putting them on my 'bake soon' list! The seeded tops look gorgeous - I adore sunflower seeds and of course...yogurt :)

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 12/9/12 19:45

These would be so perfect with some jam for breakfast!

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Asmita 12/9/12 21:31

Great recipe! Love it!

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Geraldine Saucier 12/9/12 23:43

Delicious and easy to make. I love sunflower bread and I will be trying these rolls soon:). Thanks for sharing.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 13/9/12 00:05

I really like overnight fermenting. These looks so delicious!

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Elisabeth 13/9/12 00:55

Love the sunflower seeds addition for these healthy and totally delicious rolls, Angie! The overnight rest must really worked wonders for the dough...you can see and taste the difference, for sure:)

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Calle Winters 13/9/12 03:31

great recipe. I thought from the name that it would be like cold yogurts. but its different. Thanks a lot! Gotta try this.

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Vicki Bensinger 13/9/12 03:52

I don't recall ever having yogurt rolls but they look beautiful. They remind me of seduction rolls from whole foods that I can't get enough of. This recipe sounds so simple. I'm looking forward to tryIng them.

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Cass @foodmyfriend 13/9/12 05:19

These are so beautiful Angie. I could eat them for breakfast anyday!

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Amelia 13/9/12 06:42

Hi Angie, your sunflower seed bread look so good. Very well baked, you're the Queen of bread. And sunflower seeds is very nutrition and healthy, lots of benefits.

Have a nice day.

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Top Cuisine avec Lavi 13/9/12 09:10

Looks delicious! Love your blog, i will follow!

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Catherine 13/9/12 13:31

Dear Angie, What delicious looking bread rolls. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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Ridwan's kitchen/Asian spice mix 13/9/12 14:23

I can taste the crunchiness sunflower seed on these roll,great recipe idea !!

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Monet 13/9/12 14:27

Hi Angie! I love how these rolls are just covered with sunflower seeds. So very pretty! Thank you for sharing them with me!

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Soni 13/9/12 15:13

These look incredible!!!Love the sunflower seeds on the top and can only imagine how delicious it must taste!!!

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RavieNomNoms 13/9/12 18:08

That just looks SO amazing!!! I am so afraid to make bread, I need to get over the fear!

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Jeannie Tay 13/9/12 18:11

I am sure I would love these rolls too, crispy crust and soft centre, sounds delicious!

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EA-The Spicy RD 13/9/12 18:52

I normally do not mind at all having to be on a gluten-free diet, but gorgeous rolls like this make me just a wee bit envious! I am virtually tasting now :-)

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Beth 13/9/12 21:48

Your rolls look absolutely mouth-watering. I'd love to give those a try!

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Swathi Iyer 13/9/12 23:58

Delicious I love homemade rolls very much.

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lena 14/9/12 02:55

havent tried with yogurt fermentation method overnight, this recipe is manageable for me, your rolls are so beautiful, i just got to bookmark this!

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Reeni Pisano 14/9/12 03:24

There's something special about a seedy roll! Those are always my favorites. These are so crusty and perfect looking!

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 14/9/12 07:43

Delectable rolls. I love the addition of sunflower seeds for crunch :)

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Gina 14/9/12 16:44

Wish I had one of these waiting for me this morning! Dang it, why didn't I see this last night. He he. Sunflower seeds are my all-time favorite seed. I've been working too much and haven't made bread, I need to and this one is so easy. Have a great weekend.
-Gina-

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Nupur 14/9/12 17:35

What a nice way of explaining things.. pics look so captivating.. love the colour and I can sense the aroma :P

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Devaki 15/9/12 16:26

I know I'm coming back for this recipe Angie - just lovely and visually stunning :)


chow! Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

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Terra 15/9/12 18:18

What a wonderful recipe! I love working with yogurt, and to add it to bread is pretty gorgeous:-) Hugs, Terra

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Mary 15/9/12 23:31

These are beautiful rolls, Angie! I've never made a yogurt bread. This one sounds so simple, I need to try it!

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Yudith @ Blissfully Delicious 16/9/12 03:21

I have never seen, or eaten a yogurt bread before. This sounds so simple but delicious - I need to make them this winter :)

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TastefullyJulie 16/9/12 16:55

Simple, easy, and delicious. Thank you!

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suhaina aji 21/9/12 05:47

wow..looks great..would love to try...nice beautiful clicks..really tempting. wish to grap a piece from the screen.

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soh 24/9/12 06:12

Hi, may I know if superede with instant yeast, how much should use?
Thank you for sharing.

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My Little Space 25/9/12 11:20

You've just tempted me to make this bread. Sounded pretty awesome. thanks for sharing, dear.
Kristy

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Amy 3/10/12 14:34

Hi Angie. I made these yesterday, the first time I have come across bread with yogurt as the only liquid, and the first recipe I have made from your blog and they were great. I only had fat free yogurt, but it worked a treat (what do you use?), and was nervous about using only 3 g fresh yeast so increased it a little and they worked perfectly. For me they weren't 'overnight' but before work and after work, for fresh rolls with homemade blackbean burgers in the evening - wonderful. I will make them again and again and will try some more of your bread recipes. I may be brave and try the 3 g yeast next time too! Thank you.

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Gina 3/10/12 23:40

Putting some of this bread dough in the fridge right now so I can bake these in the morning. I've been craving them since I saw them. Hope you are having a great week my dear.
-Gina-

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buket 10/4/13 17:04

This recipe is FANTASTIC this is the easiest and the best I ever made. Thanks for sharing

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