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Things I changed (because the way the recipe is written didn't work for me and my Cuisinart bread maker.... three times, it did not work):
1. I reduced the water to just one cup.
2. I used double the yeast (the recipe on Betty Crocker for dinner rolls is almost exactly the same, except it called for double the yeast).
3. Instead of the dough function, I used the regular white bread bake function and took it out before it started baking. After reading my manual, that apparently is the best way to go for any sort of dough you will reshape and resize afterwards. Thank God I learned how to read.
4. Do NOT, I repeat, DO NOT use store-brand flour. I used Stater Bros and everything has so far turned out miserably. I bought Gold Metal this AM and now everything is miraculously better. Maybe it's the heat prep change, maybe it's the water, maybe it's the flour - who the heck knows? I just know all of a sudden the texture of the dough is the way it should and it finally rised like it was suppose to. Sheesh!!!!
Otherwise, it's now cooking in the oven and hopefully it'll turn out.
Worth taking my breadmaker out of storage. Will be making this often.
It's very good, but doesnt quite have the texture I was going for. Probably because I didnt have a bread maker. Also, the 4 stars is for the unclear directions. I was very confused.
I made this in to dinner rolls, followed the recipe, as directed. The only difference I made was I made it with All purpose flour (because that's all I had at the time). They were delicious! I'm sure they will be even better with bread flour. Thank you for sharing!
This is really wonderful bread. It reminds me of the bread my grandmother used to make when I would spend my summers with her on the farm. The whole family enjoyed it. I've been looking for a good homemade sandwich bread and this works. The first loaf I made I followed the recipe exactly. The second loaf I used honey and it still came out great. I'm going to try it with agave nectar (hubby and I are diabetic)
I made this as sausage rolls..I've follow exactly like your recipe but...it's like don't have enough of flour..it's ok..still delicioussss...thanks for the recipe. :)
I just purchased a bread machine and have been making breads of all sorts like CRAZY! These are, BY FAR, the BEST dinner rolls (haven't made it as the bread yet) I have ever had. Better than any store bought/bakery bread. YUM YUM! I'm making it as the bread tonight for dinner to go with a crock pot dinner. Can't WAIT! Thanks for sharing :)
Absolutely delicious! These rolls are quick and easy and surpass any that might be purchased. The texture is both dense and smooth, and the flavor is fantastic. Thank you for sharing this recipe.
I've never left a review before, but these rolls came out so incredibly good, I had to sign up to let everyone know! The best recipe out there and I've tried a bunch. Kudos to DDW and thank you for sharing. I wanted a cloverleaf like look to the rolls so I placed 3 small balls ( about 1 1/2 inches in size) of dough into each muffin cup and let it rise for a while.They looked professional and the texture was light and very tasty! These are going to be an impressive treat for my Easter dinner!