Household tips: Never bake rolls in the oven
Created: 05/18/2022, 15:46
If you want rolls for breakfast but don't want to go to the bakery for them, you can use pre-baked rolls.
However, baking in the oven is often inefficient.
Kassel – The breakfast table is set, now only the rolls are missing.
It doesn't always have to be the fresh rolls from the bakery around the corner, with the right preparation, pre-baked rolls are a cheap and tasty alternative.
And it's uncomplicated: the rolls are baked in the oven in just a few minutes.
However, preparing food in the oven is not necessarily energy-efficient: an oven consumes a relatively large amount of electricity.
As the Portal Chip states, it is not worth baking in the oven, especially if there are only a few rolls.
But there is definitely an alternative that can save energy and time.
After all, when it comes to breakfast, it's not just about what you eat, but also when - so you can even lose weight with breakfast at the right time.
Rolls for breakfast: Baking your rolls in the oven uses a lot of energy – but there is an energy-saving alternative.
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The toaster can be used so that you can bake bread rolls faster and with less energy.
To do this, simply place the rolls on the grid attachment of the toaster and heat on both sides for a few minutes.
It is best to use a high temperature setting for this.
How long the pre-baked rolls should lie on the toaster attachment differs depending on the toaster and the distance between the attachment and the heating wires.
Baking rolls: the oven alternative consumes significantly less energy
Whether the rolls are chilled or not on the toaster also plays a role in the baking time.
With an output of around 1,000 watts, baking the rolls with the toaster only uses about a fifth as much energy as in the oven, according to Chip.
However, if larger quantities of rolls are to be prepared, the oven is still the best choice.
Because even larger toasters do not offer enough space to prepare many rolls at the same time and quickly.
For a smaller breakfast, however, the toaster is the cheaper and more efficient option.
If the oven is used often, it also quickly becomes dirty - but with the right hand movements, the oven can be cleaned very easily.
An alternative to baking bread rolls is the toaster.
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Do not bake rolls in the oven: Mini ovens, deep fryers or microwaves are also alternatives
Frozen rolls can also be baked on the toaster, according to the Edeka portal.
They also recommend cutting the buns open and placing the halves on the toaster attachment.
This speeds up the preparation again.
Alternatively, rolls can also be prepared in a mini oven, they warm up faster and use less energy than a large oven.
According to Edeka, rolls can also be baked in the hot air fryer and in the microwave - but they don't get crispy in the microwave.
If an attempt goes wrong, these tips reveal how limp rolls can be made crispy again.