My sister gave me this recipe soon after I brought home my bread machine. It's a staple in our house. Soft and fluffy and great for sandwiches or just to eat fresh out of the oven!
UPDATE 3/25/2005 - I made this using the dough cycle of my bread maker today but baked it in the oven and it turned out perfectly! I baked it at 350°F for 25-30 minutes.
I found this recipe in the 2010 Taste of Home's " The Best of Country Cooking ", it was sent into them by Patty Ryan of Merrill, Wisconsin.
Prep time does not include rising time in bread machine and for second rising.
I made this recipe on 4/12/11 and changed a couple of the ingredients to my personal tastes.Instead of 1 teaspoon of of dried chives, 1 1/2 teaspoons were used. And the 1/2 teapoon garlic salt was changed to 1 1 /2 teaspoons of garlic powder was used.The rising time in the machine and the second rise in the oven isn't included in the time to prep.
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Adapted from a 1964 Betty Crocker Cookbook (my Grandmother's). This is one of our favorites, and making rolls in the bread machine is a snap! These can be shaped almost any way you like. Great dough for making sweet rolls, also!
Love baking bread and rolls. When wrists began to make kneading difficult I got a bread maker - my hand made recipe#146085 now only made for those special occasions when family gather. This recipe goes back to my first bread maker and is the one I turn to when needing fresh bread or rolls with the taste of old fashioned bread ... in my bread maker perfect bread every time which is a real plus when expecting guests. Great on the dough cycle for rolls and those recipes calling for frozen bread dough - especially for the pull apart breads. Just the right amount of dough to fill a bundt pan when making Manda's awesome Monkey Bread recipe#17248. Do check your bread maker recipe book to assure it can make a dough using four cups of flour.
OMG I can't get enough of this bread, neither can anyone esle. I usually start a second loaf as soon as the first one comes out, so there might be some left the next day.
From the book Electric Bread 2nd Ed.
Makes a 1.5 pound loaf.
I do not like to buy rolls from the store. They smell funny to me. This is a nice way to make them at home, in your bread maker. No fuss, No paying for junk at the store. They will taste wonderful, fresh out of the oven, whether you use them for sandwiches or not! I only have a copy of this recipe. I am not sure of the name of the book, but it might be: The Bread Machine Cookbook I.
A delicious and crusty bread that has the added convenience of using the dough cycle of a bread machine. Can easily be made by hand- you just need to let the dough rise until doubled before punching it down and proceeding to the shaping and baking stage. Very easy and has that wonderful crust that you usually only find in bakeries!
Headline: BREAD MACHINE RESCUES MEAL FROM BOREDOM! Never again will you purchase French bread from the store. Impress your friends and neighbors with a warm loaf, laugh delightedly when the compliments start rolling in. COOKING TIME includes rising time, too.