Oh how I love this recipe! I had to use my ABM as the stand mixer was otherwise occupied! (Chirstmas Cookies! :) ) This is a wonderfully verisital recipe! I followed the recipe as directed except to add 2 tablespoons of dried minced onions. I made these the size of cocktail buns (qty of 9) to use for sammies with any leftover ham we may have after Christmas. Thank you Kitt! As always a wonderful recipe!
Made these in my Kitchen Aid mixer, I made them oblong so I could use them for sausage onion and pepper rolls....turned out fabulous!
Wonderful dinner rolls that I served with another one of Kitten's great recipes, Kittencal's Salisbury Steak With Mushrooms and Onion Gravy. I did use two teaspoons of powdered milk as one didnt look like enough. The dough seemed perfect to me and rose nicely before baking. Very tasty and easy to make! Made and reviewed for Kittencal's Top 25 Tag Game.
I am rating based on the dough portion only. I am making this recipe to freeze for the holidays. the dough comes out nice and silky. I will edit after breads are baked. Made for Cookathon for Kittencal 2008. Love ya! Kitten- a 5+ in my book. Pulled sme frozen dough out of the freezer this weekend and cooked it up beautifully. Now I know a great recipe to double up so bread can be made on those rough or too busy days. edited 4/12/09---Kitten made again and added in 1 c whole wheat flour, 3 tbsp dried spinach mix(basil, oregano, dehydrated spinach) WOW and super wow. Made for Easter dinner rolls and they came out fantastic. This recipe is very versatile!
Here I am again and have to say that these are the best dinner rolls...I dont even buy them anymore....Everyone loves these and there is never any left....They are extremely easy to make and oh, so gooooooood....Cheers again and have a wonderful New Year with more new recipes for all of us who love cooking with yours.....
Mmmmm! Nothing beats warm bread slathered with butter! (drool) These were really good and since I usually add sugar to my bread, this was perfect and required no fiddling! I did have one problem though, so they may even be better than I think they are. I made a mistake and dumped half a bag of flour into the bread machine tin instead of the plastic flour container I have. Ooops!! Pay attention!! I scooped the flour out and eyeballed it from there. The dough was a bit hard afterwards, but they still came out yummy! Next time, I'll pay attention and try to keep my multitasking to 4 things at a time instead of 5! :-) Oh, and I couldn't find any sesame seeds at the grocery stores near here, so they were of course not used! :-) Thanks for this Kitten!