I just had to try these because the ingredients are so unusual and so glad I did as they are delicious. I will make them often for my family AND company dinners. Thanks so much for sharing.
Halved this recipe with no issues whatsoever, but needed more like 12 minutes in my oven. Husband loved them and asked to have them in the future. They were perfect with just a little butter or to dip in our soup.
These were insanely easy to make, even though I had to make my own self rising flour. Definitely more of a biscuit than a roll, but a perfect fix when time is short. Thank you for a great recipe.
No problem with the liquid to dry proportions here. This recipe is not meant to create a "workable" dough. It is a thick batter that filled 12 muffin cups almost to the top & baked up nice & high. Make sure you are using self-rising flour or homemade SRF. As far as flavor goes these tasted just like Bisquick biscuits & I'm sure they would be great with sausage gravy on Saturday morning. I added about 1 Tablespoon of fresh-dried basil to the batter to compliment the meal & I needed to bake them 12 minutes, but bake times are always guidelines. All in all this is a worthy recipe to keep handy for fresh rolls/biscuits in under 15 minutes. Thanks for sharing, Melanie!
I really hate to rate a recipe this low, especially when it has apparently worked for others. This only created a gloppy batter, instead of a dough, against by better judgment I followed the recipe & went ahead & tried to handle this & bake it thinking maybe by some miracle it would correct itself. I checked & double checked that I did not make a mistake in measuring, I did add more flour to the second batch once the first didn't come out, which improved them slightly, they probably would have turned out even better with more flour added. When I look at the liquid to flour ratio in hindsight, I am surprised that these have worked for anyone. I think the flavor of them would have been good (my dogs like them a lot) but beware, if your dough is more of a batter, add flour until you reach the desired consistency (I probably could have used another 2 cups of flour) & maybe you won't end up with something heavy, doughy, & inedible, wasting your ingredients. I hope these work for others, but they just didn't for me, I wish I knew what went wrong, but I just don't, if I had done something wrong I wouldn't have rated it as such, sorry.
Wanted an easy roll recipe that I could make without yeast and this absolutely fit the bill. Satisfied my craving and I look forward to making them again. Next time I may experiment and try to add some herbs. Thanks again!
I tried this tonight with fat free miracle whip and flour, baking powder, and salt and while I think that changed the overall result, my family still said other than being dense, it was delicious! Thanks for the recipe! I'll try it with reg. mayo next time!
Tried this recipe on a whim because of ingredients. These are wonderful. Leftovers in this house are used for Sunday morning breakfast - "biscuits" -n- gravy - awesome. Thanks for putting this one up there.
These were ok but tasted a little doughy. Maybe next time I'll try using a little less flour. Thanks for sharing.
Melanie, these were great. Paula Dean has a recipe that is similar with less mayo and they weren't quite right. The extra mayo is the key. Thanks, Paula's weren't a keeper, but yours are.