1. 5 stars
    why do they put these recipes in ml and g. most people dont know how to do them. im very disappointed because i wanted to make this recipe. EDIT: Just managed to make with help from Sam and they were delicious.

    1. Hi Linda

      Thank you for your comment.

      We do get many comments like yours with regards to the measurements. We just use the measurements we are used to so that we get the best results, we have a conversion chart just here: http://recipethis.com/about-us/ If you would like to take alook and let us know if it will help you make the recipe.

      We did the conversion chart for people like yourself that are not familiar with the way we measure out the ingredients.

      If you make the recipe we hope that you enjoy it.

      Kind Regards

      Sam & Dom

    2. The rest of the world doesn’t know what to do with cups and spoons, thank metric for consistent measurements

  2. 5 stars
    Thank you so much for the recipe. I was wondering if you’ve tried making hot dog buns by just shaping these differently. I’d love to serve them with brats.

  3. OK, sorry, I just looked at the recipe again and saw the note at the bottom. Thanks again for this very flexible recipe! I’ll be trying it today!

    1. Hi Morrica,

      Thanks for your email.

      It works out at 20% of an ounce. Though it is 2/3s of one of those small packets of yeast, that comes in little sachets that you buy from the supermarket.

      Kind regards


      1. 5 stars
        Best bread recipe I’ve ever made. Usually I can’t get the bread to rise nicely, but everything went well and it was all easy to follow.

  4. 5 stars
    Excellent and really easy recipe. I live in Japan where fresh bread (with no preservatives) is expensive. You have given me a great new use for my AF.

  5. 5 stars
    Easy to follow recipe and thought it ended up very doughy but was perfect. Thank you for the recipe.

    1. Hi Gaye

      We like bread really doughy. Try cooking on a lower heat for a further 10 minutes, that should help.

      Kind regards


  6. 5 stars
    Hi, ive never made bread before and would like to try your recipe. On the notes, if i “prove” them by cooking the dough for 60c/140f for 15 minutes, do i have to do it twice? As your recipe calls for proving for 1hour first, then another 30mins after kneading. Thanks!!

    1. Hi Bernice,

      No Bernice the on the notes section is been able to prove the dough in the air fryer if you have not got somewhere hot to put your dough. We prove it outside in summer with a wet towel as it is the perfect temperature 🙂

      Thanks for the question!

  7. Hi, can I use other oils eg canola oil instead of olive oil and coconut oil if I do not have these in my pantry pls? Also, can I use self raising flour and omit the yeast in your recipe pls? Thanks!

    1. Hi Pris,

      I cannot say for sure about those oils but we substituted butter for olive oil and it works really well. As for changing the plain flour to self raising it will turn out more like cake i would say instead of a bread 🙂

      1. Thanks! May I know if you substituted the olive oil for butter using the weight of butter per your recipe please? I plan to try your recipe out later today. ????????

        1. Hi Priscilla

          Sorry for the late reply, on this recipe we did not but now instead of butter we use olive oil 50 ml 🙂

  8. 5 stars
    Like!! I love your bread and its perfect for some soup i am making for lunch today in the instant pot.

    1. If your air fryer doesn’t go low enough, i would recommend prooving the bread in bowl instead with a damp tea towel over it instead.

    1. Hi Colleen,

      The nutrition is worked out from how many servings. So the bread served 4 so it takes just one portion and works it out from that. So i would take the carbs as for 2-3 rolls not one. But these nutrition totals are for a guide only as things like quality of ingredients can effect the values in the nutrition info 🙂

  9. Hello Samantha and Dominic,

    I see salt and pepper listed in the ingredients list, but there aren’t any measurements listed and I don’t see any instructions on when to add it. Can you elaborate here? Also, I’m assuming the butter is unsalted?

    Thanks! Looking forward to making these!

    1. Hi Chris,

      We never put how much salt and pepper to add on our recipes as everyone is different, the amount of salt and pepper we use might not be enough for someone else or could be too much, so you just put in enough that you think you will like. The butter was salted and if we use unsalted we will stipulate in the recipe.

      Hope your rolls turn out great 🙂

  10. Hello, can you use this recipe for a bread loaf in an air fryer? If so, how would you recommend to bake said loaf?

    1. Hi Katherine,

      In theory yes it could be used to make a bread loaf but we have never cooked a bread loaf in an air fryer just bread rolls. A few things to look out for, we have trouble finding a bread loaf tin to actually fit in to our air fryer. Also the bread may rise and the top would be touching the heat element and thus burning the top of your loaf before it is cooked and in our experience with the air fryer it does not tend to cook things that are too deep very well.

      These are the main reasons why we have not tried it but if you wanted to i would suggest trying in 2 smaller tins and make sure you have enough room above the tin so your bread can rise 🙂

  11. Hi
    What size is your air fryer please? I’m going to be buying one soon and want to base it on its ability to bake bread 😁

    1. Hi Tracy,

      The air fryer we use is the Philips XL 4.1L for this recipe, but it is quite old now so they might have an updated version and there is a lot of choice 🙂

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