Whole Wheat Hoagie Sub Buns for the Bread Machine

Whole Wheat Hoagie Sub Buns for the Bread Machine

I like to make food from scratch and bread is definitely no exception.  These hoagie rolls beat anything you will find in the grocery store and take so little effort to make.  They are so pillowy soft and full of flavor.   As I understand, there is many names for these buns.  They range from a hoagie, to a submarine (sub), a grinder, hero, and a muffaletta roll.  You can call them what you want, but I love to fill these!  The possibilities are endless when it comes to filling it with you favorite concoctions.  These can be made to any size you would like too.  I like to make them into 8″ rolls, but you can make them into a 12″ for a much larger sub bun.  If you want more wheat flour in these too, add more but decrease the bread flour.   Adding more whole wheat flour will possibly make them more dense though.   Alternatively they can be made with all bread flour.  So get your creative jeans on and fill these tasty babies up!

Whole Wheat Hoagie Sub Buns for the Bread Machine
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 2 teaspoon sugar
  • 1⅓ cup whole wheat flour
  • 2⅓ cup bread flour
  • 1½ teaspoons instant yeast
Instructions
  1. Measure and place ingredients into bread machine baking pan in the order recommended by the manufacture. Insert pan into the bread machine. Select the Dough Cycle. Check the dough during the mixing, If it needs more water, add a tablespoon at a time and vice versa for the flour.
  2. When the dough is done, remove it and let it rest for 10 minutes in a covered bowl.
  3. After resting, divide the dough into 8 equal portions for 8" buns or 6 for 12" buns. Form into slightly flattened 8" or 12" long buns. Place on a baking sheet and let rise in a warm spot for 30 to 45 minutes or until doubled.
  4. Bake at 350F for 15-20 minutes or until buns sound hollow when tapped on the bottom. Makes 8 to 12 buns.

Recipe adapted from 300 Best Bread Machine Recipes

This recipe is linked to:  The Country Cook, Made From PinterestThe Best Blog RecipesSix Sisters Stuff, The Recipe CriticCookin’ MimiMostly Homemade Mom, Buns In My Oven, Gooseberry Patch Blog


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