Mmmmmmmm!!! Nummy nummy, this is the best white bread I've ever made, and a whole loaf was just devoured in one meal. This is so light and fluffy on the inside with an incredible crust. Got this from another site.
We use the bread machine, but you can make it without too...just mix the yeast with the warm water and sugar, to get things started, then add the oil, salt and flour (along with whatever herbs you like). Cooking time includes rising time for the dough
This recipe comes from the test kitchen of Cook's Illustrated and the best I've ever tasted. So moist and light! The rapid rise yeast reduces the preparation time by more than an hour. If you use equal amounts of regular active dry yeast instead, let the sponge, in step 5 develop for 30 minutes rather than 20 minutes, and increase the first and second rises to one and one-half hours each.
Texas Road House Sweet Yeast Rolls from the head teacher for Texas Road House found on a FOX News website with a link to a short video for the public at http://www.fox41.com/article/view/9108/?tf=wdrbarticleview.tpl
These are so good and not very hard to make. They taste really yummy and fresh. My friends can't stop talking about them! I haven't met a person yet that isn't crazy about them. I use real butter instead of olive oil. It makes them taste better. If you are a "health nut" and do not like butter, then find a different recipe. These are very buttery and not healthy at all, but a great treat.
My mom made these rolls for every occasion I can remember. They are originally in a little cookbook by Beverly Nye from Cleveland, Ohio. They are practically no fail, since there is no kneading involved. They are always light, tender, and delicious, and so popular that I usually plan on at least two per person rather than the one indicated here. They are also really convenient since you make the dough the night before and refrigerate it for the first rise. The times indicated do not include refrigerating overnight or the 2 hours they take to raise before baking. (P.S. Thanks for the photo Danielle)
Hooray for fall! We love this pumpkin bread recipe--especially when the slices are slathered with a generous spread of cream cheese. Makes two loaves, so freeze the other one, or heck--eat it. This bread goes fast.
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.
Yes another recipe for focaccia, can make the dough by hand or by your bread machine on dough cycle. These rolls are formed then placed in the refrigerator for 16 to 24 hours, with the refrigeration it gives them a lacy texture and a more chewier crust, so that step is important. When I make them I also so thinly slice yellow and red tomatoes on top before baking along with the spice oil, the tomato dries slightly and makes them oh so yummy. Give them a try today for baking up tomorrows lunch.
This wonderful bread has banana added twice. Mashed banana is mixed with sour cream and added to the batter to make a lovely moist bread. An extra banana is chunked and folded in to add texture. Bake in mini loaf pans for holiday or anytime gift giving.