Prep 15 mins
Cook 2 hrs
I have made thousands of these buns in the past 10 - 15 years. I have a large extended family and always get asked to do them for graduations, weddings and nearly every other family event. I do believe I could whip out 10 dozen with my eyes closed.
- Combine all ingredients in bread machine.
- Mix on dough cycle.
- Remove from bread pan and shape into 2 dozen dinner rolls.
- Let rise.
- Bake at 350 degrees for 12 minutes.
- Remove from oven and brush tops with oil or butter.
- Cool on wire rack.
Nice and soft rolls and taste wonderful. The dough was kinda of sticky and bit hard to deal with though. Other than that, this is a keeper recipe. Update: these rolls stayed soft the next day and do not require warming which I love.
This is a wonderful recipe. I used only 1/4 cup of sugar. It was perfect. The dough was the best. I didn't have to add more flour or water while it was in the machine. I frozen half of the rolls for later. They have a great taste and texture. So good with butter. Thanks Minnesota Wildflower :) Made for cookbook tag game
These are terrific! I don't use a bread machine so I mixed them in my KitchenAid, let rise once then formed into rolls and let them raise again. I did add some dried minced onion to the second batch I made and it added a nice flavor. We didn't think these were too sweet ,just plain delicious.