I made half the recipe with no problems. Put all the ingredients into my bread machine on the dough cycle & went to work for 4 hours. Yes I cheated but when a girls got to work(7 days a week) a girl will do whatever it takes. Came home divided it into rolls let rise for 40 minutes. Baked for 20 minutes took out let cool for 5 minutes before everyone attacked them. The aroma was heavenly. The crust was so ever crisp and the inside was soft and warm. YES WONDERFUL COMFORT FOOD!
Delicious! I made smaller rolls than the recipe stated making about 24 small rolls, baked 20 minutes but did not put ice in my oven - I wasn't sure how the oven would react. Thanks for this wonderful recipe - next time I want to make cresent rolls with this dough - I think they'll be fabulous!
Croute croquante, doucement a l'interieur, et caoutchouteux! (Crunchy crust, soft inside, and chewy!) Made as posted including the black pepper-I used a 1/2 teaspoon which was skimpy. Fortunately, I have 3 oven racks so I put the pan of ice water on lowest rack, and the other 2 cookie sheets went on the other racks. Baked mine with ice water at 450 for 20 minutes and at 400 for a tad less than 5 minutes only b/c I was anxious to see if the bottoms were right and they were perfect. Used some slices for Slow Cooker French Onion Soup for our lunch today and Crock Pot Beef Burgundy for our supper. Merci Paula G for sharing. Made for my French jaunt during ZWT5 for the Chow Hounds.
These are great rolls and I also produced some Panini buns. I am kind of proud of myself; I have a hard time making nice looking rolls and these aren't too bad. I used my Bread Machine( Zojirushi ) to do the work and then shaped the rolls. I also use Gluten in my breads so I had it ready. I will be making these again;thanks for posting. I made this for ZWT5. Rita
Just looking at he picture I had to make these divine rolls! These went so well with our meal. Everyone dug in and before I knew it the plate was empty! So much for my second one :) Guess I'll have to make them again so I can have as many as I want! Thanks for this recipe!