1. Use cold water
There are several recipes that use warm water or warm milk as a mixture. But actually, cinnamon roll is best to use cold water. Because cold water will inhibit the activity of yeast when kneaded. If you use warm water, the yeast will ferment while the dough is still kneading. As a result, when it is fermented, yeast cannot develop the dough anymore.
2. Pour water little by little
Water must be poured little by little so that gluten can form. Gluten is a substance that makes soft, fine fibrous bread. If poured all at once, the dough usually becomes too soft.
3. Cover the dough using a wet cloth
When fermenting, don’t forget to cover the dough using a cloth. This is done so that the surface of the dough does not dry during the fermentation process.
4. Use Baking Paper
Use Baking Paper Seven so that the dough to be put into the oven does not stick to the bottom of the pan. The use of ordinary baking paper is unhygienic and the use of margarine on the baking sheet is inefficient and makes the bread contain too much fat and washing the baking dish becomes more difficult. Baking Paper Seven is heat resistant to 220 ° C, food grade, non-sticky, and can be used several times.