I didn´t use a recipe (surprise surprise) but I´m going to tell you what I did as I kinda went off previous rolls I´ve made and just added some carrots! I started with 1 kilo of whole grain flour. The flour here in Norway is called Grovbakst. It´s basically rye flour together with regular flour. Then I used about 250 grams of barley flour. (Byggmel in Norwegian) About 250 grams of quick cooking oats (Havregryn) 7-8 tablespoons of rapseed oil (or olive oil) depending on what you feel like. I used 2 tsps of sea salt, 1 liter of warm water and 50 grams of fresh yeast. Finally I grated 3 carrots into the bowl...didn´t measure but used about 3-4 carrots depending on the size. Mix all of this well in a mixing machine. Add regular flour until you get a workable dough. Let rise for about 30-40 minutes. Take out and roll into a long hot dog shape and cut off equal size pieces, roll these first into round shapes then roll them into chunky little hot dog shapes. Place on a baking sheet with baking paper and let them rise again about 30 minutes. Brush them with a mixture of egg, salt, and water and sprinkle a little barley flour over the tops. You could get really fancy smancy and mix a little oats with the barley and toss that over the tops but I decided to keep things simple...that´s me...simple....hahahaha...
These were so good and everyone went on about how moist they were which isn´t thanks to me but the carrots and oats which help to hold moisture in the bread...of course I had to make these at home today and so for breakfast I whipped up a batch. Nothing like homemade bread/rolls to start you off on the right foot for the day. If only it was easier for more people to whip up something like this for breakfast but I understand not everyone has time or interest but for we lucky people who do have time and an interest there isn´t anything better.
This photo says, Welcome to the table...and if you were here visiting, I´d serve you some carrot rolls and say welcome!
Have a great day everyone...until next time my friends!!