Olivia enjoys Hawaiian Bread Rolls, and I have been looking for a recipe that comes close to them. I was very happy to find an image on Pinterest that lead to The 350 Degree Oven which has a copycat recipe of Hawaiian Bread Rolls.
The person who created the recipe said, "The addition of pineapple juice and sugar add a wonderful sweetness and impart a tenderness to the finished rolls."
I would have to agree. These rolls were light and sweet. Not exactly like the store-bought Hawaiian Bread Rolls, but tasty enough that everyone wants them again.Ingredients
To make Tangzhong, I found a recipe from Cooking is Easy.Ingredients
Cover lightly with a piece of plastic wrap that's been sprayed withnon-stick cooking spray. I've toyed with the idea of making Hawaiian style rolls since my husband LOVES King's HawaiianBread, but today is the first time I've done it
Put the stuffing in one side of the bread, roll and lightly press to make the rolls. Once you are inside the soft outer layer of bread, the molten cream cheese covering the aromatic chicken and vegetables would definitely bring a party in your mouth
Remove the bread from the pan and allow it to continue cooling completely. Use a tablespoon to drop spoonfuls of this mixture over the bread, then use a knife to make swirl designs to incorporate the cinnamon mixture into the bread
serve hot crispy bread spring rollswith sauce. oil for deep fryingsome cooked noodles can also be added to make the filling ( optional )Noteif using fresh bread, it will flatten out well, so no need to add water while rolling except to seal ends