5 Reviews

Awesome...just changed the yeast to 2 and milk part. Made 6 fabulous buns we had with homemade Turkey Soup.....

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Nannybearl550 July 19, 2011

These rolls have a nice flavour but I found them to be heavy rather than light. It took an hour for the rolls to rise and only 11 minutes to bake. I chose to make 8 rolls as I wanted them a bit larger. As you can see in the photo, they look lovely too.
Thanks Rita!

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mums the word January 30, 2011

Delightful little rolls! Using the bread machine dough cycle makes them a breeze too. They are tender inside, but hold up to sandwich fillings. Thank you for sharing this recipe!

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Susie D January 20, 2010

These were good- buttery, but light and fluffy. Much better than store-bought. We made these as rounds for BBQ sandwiches and found they were a little on the small size for what we were expecting-- came out "slider" size, which is fine, but next time we'll probably make 6 so we get larger rolls. We ran out of milk, so used water in the rolls and instead of the glaze, brushed with a little olive oil. Very good recipe- thanks, Rita!

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Clarely May 26, 2008

Recipeswap 15 tag These are delicious, light, airy and just the perfect shape and size. I love to make bread and rolls so this was a first pick for me. Love it and will make weekly for lunches. I made some with a salt topping and some without. I am sharing tis recipe with my DD as tey cannot get kimmelweck rolls in Florida and she misses them terribly. (WNY people eat roast beef on Kimmelweck) This is a great substitution. Thank you.

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Chef1MOM-Connie April 04, 2008
Finger Rolls - Perfect for Soup and Sandwich