Easy, easy, easy! I can't count the compliments I've received from these. I used to take three of them to bake sales when I worked. They always sold first! They just look so yummy, people think you just had to work very hard and long on them! I got this recipe from my mom at least 30 yrs ago and my family has enjoyed them ever since! I was out of pecans once and the kids begged for them so I made them anyway and they were almost as good. If you have a timer on your stove, you can set it for the baking time to begin and end. The wonderful aroma will wake you up! Set your alarm anyway,,don't want to ruin a good thing! I hope this becomes a family favorite of yours too. Also, the first time you make them, watch them closely not to over or undercook the rolls. use 1 large round platter or pizza pan covered with foil. They look awesome on a fancy platter
I made this recipe on Christmas morning and it was a hit with everyone. I prefer this bread with dill, but I think there are many combinations of herbs you could use. Also, you can use 2 cups all-purpose flour, instead of the two different types the original calls for.
This is my own concoction that is quick, easy and very tasty! Serve with Pasta! I don't measure anything and the garlic butter mix should be very thick and chunky. My husband loves it and if we have pasta, he expects me to make this garlic bread. Enjoy!
There are two very important things I've learned from making French bread. You don't need a special pan (though I use one now) to have it rise and hold its shape. The trick is you don't let it double in size. It rises in the oven to its full shape. The other thing I like to do is to put a pan of boiling water on the bottom rack of the oven. This makes a nice crisp crust. I received this recipe from my sister-in-law. When she makes this recipe, she makes 3 loaves on a cookie sheet. I make 2 in the French bread pans.