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What if bread-roll doughs are baked at high temp like no knead country bread?

fougasse | Mar 3, 201909:58 AM     7

I haven't experimented it yet, but came here before I do ;-). Usually one makes bread rolls by mixing flour with yeast, butter/oil, egg, milk, sugar/honey, etc. and bake them in 350-375F, whereas the plain country bread has only salt, water, flour and yeast (if not sourdough), and is baked at high temperature 450-500F. So what if I bake the bread rolls in 450-500? What would be the undesired result? Is it possible to get bread with texture like the no knead/country bread texture with the oil/butter, egg ingredients?

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