6 Reviews

I've been on a dinner roll kick lately and this is another good one! Mine didn't turn out as perfectly shaped as the rolls in the <---photo, but they tasted delicious at least! Thank you Stacky and may your memory live on through your recipes!

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COOKGIRl November 14, 2008

well 2 more cup of flour do for this recipe .

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sadie44 November 01, 2008

I made a double batch of these for Christmas Eve. The best part was that you made the dough a day ahead and put it away until you rolled them out. I rolled out, cut (pizza cutter works great)and rolled 40 rolls in 20 minutes. They were stubborn risers though. So I heated up the oven a little 170 degrees turned it off and put the pans of rolls in covered with dish towels and the oven door open. They rose much faster. They apparently need a very warm environment to rise in the 3 hours suggested. When they came out of the oven I was impressed with the recipe and my rolls. From a bakery beautiful,plus my guests had the pleasure of the wonderful home baked smell as well. Lots of compliments. I did add about 2 cups extra flour to a double batch. I will make these again and again. I thought it might be interesting to brush a few triangles with melted butter before rolling them up. If it's a good thing I'll let you know. Thanks for a wonderful permanent addition to my recipes.

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Sara's Grandma December 30, 2005

On Thanksgiving day I did not realize I needed to raise the rolls for 3 hours so, I made them later that night. I ended up kneading more flour into the dough before I could shape the rolls. They were worth the wait, light and delicious. I do wonder however if the 3 hours rise is necessary.

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Joyce #2 November 28, 2005

I had to use way more than 3 cups of flour, and still ended up with what looked like a bowl of batter rather than dough. After refrigerating for a day, I tried to roll the dough as directed, but it was still way too soft and sticky to form into crescent shapes. I ended up putting spoonsful of the dough into muffin tins. The taste of the rolls was average.

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pwhitten November 25, 2005

These were wonderfully light and slightly sweet. My family devoured them and fought over the last one! I did add more flour than called for cuz my dough was very sticky. I used my Kitchen Aid Stand mixer, and it worked great.

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Charmie777 November 18, 2005
Christine's Dinner Sweet Rolls