From Portland-based baking blog Hummingbird High, these buttermilk rolls are made using uncommon ingredients -- at least in the West. Topped with a goat milk glaze, the recipe also incorporates black sesame (a common additive in Asian desserts) and can be made overnight and kept for some time before baking.
The black sesame makes the buttermilk rolls very flavorful -- a nutty and toasty and nearly woody taste. The buttermilk dough develops overnight in the fridge to bring out even more flavor as well. If goat milk isn't your thing, you can also go with a more conventional cream cheese glaze.
Once everything is baked, the finished product makes a lighter breakfast or tea time snack when paired with coffee or green tea.