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I've made this both ways now (bread & rolls) and they turn out tender and soft! This bread is now a staple in our household! I added slightly more flour, but other than that, I didn't change a thing. I used loaf pan that was a little longer than standard for the bread, and baked it for 23 minutes at 375 F. I got 18 slices out of the recipe. For the rolls, I only baked them for 15 minutes. They turned out light golden, and I didn't bother brushing the tops with butter. I'll be using this recipe often! Thanks! :-)
HOLY CRAP!! This IS the best roll recipe I've ever made. I can see why you have close to 300 reviews! I made this for Easter and with this recipe I think I have earned my place in my fiance's family! :) Thanks again!
Wow! Loved it! I really thought it wasn't going to lift but it did. It was a denser bread so I really liked it.
This will be new go to recipe for white bread! YUM!!!!!!!! Probably the best I've had :-)
Great texture. I added 1 more Tbsp sugar (or could reduce salt to 1 1/4 tsp too, alternatively) to sweeten it up a bit. Could have reduce yeast a tad bit too cuz there's still teeny bit of yeast flavor left. Over all, solid basic dinner rolls.
I made these dinner rolls for a party we had and they were raved about. I got 12 large rolls from this recipe. I will definitely make them again!
FABULOUS dinner rolls!!!!!!!!
I personally find this bread too sweet. my family on the other hand devour it as soon as I make it. I send it to Abuelos house when the kids are there. It is now at the point where if a loaf does not go over I get reproachful looks and questions as to where the bread is. It gets four stars only because i am the one who makes it. If it were up to the rest of them five stars would not be enough.