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I added 4 tsp vital wheat gluten and another 1/2 Tbs of yeast, and reduced the honey and molasses somewhat. Yummy!
Very yummy! like others, I used half wheat and half regular bread flower and they were just right. I also added some sunflower seeds which was a nice addition. I think you could use other seeds too - flax, sesame, or poppy for a nice crunch and texture. Definitely will make again! This was much better than the recipe that came with my bread machine. Thanks for posting!
These were the first rolls I have ever tried making and they were so easy and the best tasting wheat rolls I have ever had. I did use 1/2 wheat and 1/2 white as I didn't want them to be too dense and they turned out perfectly.
These rolls were tasty but a bit dense. I even substituted a cup of white bread flour for one cup of the whole wheat, I think next time I'll try for 2 of white and 2 of whole.
VERY good. Even the non-whole wheat lovers in our house liked these.
I made this rolls for our thanksgiving dinner and everyone loved them, I served them with honey butter. I used 1/2 wheat flour and 1/2 bread flour. I am not really big on all wheat flour in my breads it is to dense to me. I will be making them again.
These were a big hit. My dad absolutely LOVED them (and asked that I leave the leftovers, lol) I used freshly ground wheat (ground in my VitaMix) which wasn't quite as fine as store-bought flour (I'm new at this) so I added a tbs of vital wheat gluten. The rolls seemed kind of big for our preferences (we all are carb-watching) so I made them all a bit smaller and made 18 instead of 12. The honey and molasses give them a great "home made" flavor.
These were very yummy, but much much more dense than I expected. I wish I had read your description more closely. "I usually cut this recipe in half but use the same amount of yeast." I would have doubled the amount of yeast I used. That's ok though, they were still great tasting!
Thanks for the recipe. It was just right! I used white wheat flour which made them lighter than using red wheat flour. My family prefers a slightly sweet bread, and this was a good one.
I added the wheat gluten and 1/4 c. Chia seed gel. These were well liked at the dinner to which I took them.