Every time I make these rolls, I get raving compliments! This is an excellent potluck dish! It is very important to use McCormick brand coconut extract for the right flavor! For the fluffiest rolls, make sure all the ingredients and the kitchen are warm.
This was intended to be a copycat of King's Hawaiian Rolls, but according to my husband, these taste way better when done right!
I haven't tried this one yet, but I thought it a nice addition to the Bread Machine cookbooks out there. I found it at CDKitchen (http://www.cdkitchen.com) and will be making it tonight. I'll be back soon with an update.
Recipe Location: http://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs/1/Applesauce_Bread__1_12_lb1531.shtml
This is posted in response to another member's request for a challah recipe that could be made in an ABM. The actual recipe asks for one egg mixed with enough water to make one cup plus one tablespoon of liquid. Since eggs vary in volume, the amount of water listed in the ingredients is approximate. Since the bread is made with an ABM, processing and rising time are included in the cooking time.
A savory bread to serve with a hearty soup or stew, made in ABM. Vary herbs to your taste. Cook time depends on your machine. Thekneading can be done in the machine, and then the rise and shape cycles done by hand, to make rolls. One reviewer said rolls baked at 400 for 15 minutes.
Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, this bread flecked with herbs, is an almost identical version to the bread served at the popular restaurant Ramano's Macoroni Grill. I came across the recipe after becoming addicted to their bread and craving it constantly (thanks to Google search and Cafe Michele). It's a great bread to tear and dip in flavored olive oils and to serve with your best Italian pasta dishes, or soups.