Yes, this is a great recipe! I wanted to just make the dough in my new Panasonic bread machine, but couldn`t figure out how to set it just to make the dough and not bake it. So the machine baked this exact recipe as a loaf of bread and it came out delicious. Even used fat bread slices for a French Dip without it falling apart! Thanks for a great one!
Great recipe! I used 2.5 cups whole wheat flour and 1.5 cup all purpose flour and they were delicious! I think I may use these as hamburger buns the next time we have burgers! Thanks so much.
This almost a fail proof recipe for me. It is easy, delicious and predictable! I get 16 beautiful rolls each time. I bake them, put butter on them as soon as they are out of the oven while still in the pan. If there are any leftovers, I put them in the freezer. They are excellent in the toaster oven or in the microwave. I make them exactly as stated in the recipe except it takes much longer rising times for me. Thanks Marie!
Really simple to prepare and very delicious. I baked them using a convection oven for 13 minutes. Nice and crusty on the outside and softly melt-in-the-mouth on the inside. This is a keeper! Thanks.
These rolls are just wonderful. Great tasting. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
These rolls are just what I was looking for. I used my bread machine to make the dough, let them rise as the recipe states and baked as directed. They were perfect! Thanks for sharing.
This was my second attempt at any yeast bread, and it went fantastically!!! These were great tasting and pretty easy. Thank you!!
I have made these twice and are a great roll. They went great with Christmas dinner and will use them for buns with leftover meats. I only got 14 but they were wonderful.
Great rolls, very simple to make. However, in my oven they only need to cook for about 12 minutes to get lightly browned the way my family likes them.
I am a shy baker of anything doughy or doughy with yeast. And being tasked to bring "bread" for the Thanksgiving spread, my first reaction to seeing your recipe was that it was good to be true for such a baker as I. I made a trial run a few days before the big day and I couldn't believe from start to finish how easy and uncomplicated this process was. I didn't dare deviate and followed it as you wrote. My goodness!!!! The second round of baking proved even better than the first -- I actually thought I could bake !!!! Thank you..thank you...thank you.