2 Reviews

The whole family agreed that I should make these again. I cannot believe how light and airy they are. I brushed the tops with egg white before baking and sprinkled them with Everything Topping- Bagels, Rolls, Bread Everything Topping- Bagels, Rolls, Bread. The one thing I wanted to mention is that the list of ingredients does not mention sugar as referenced in the instructions. I added 1 tsp as I thought the honey would sweeten the dough enough. This is a keeper of a recipe, thank you for sharing it. Made for PAC Spring 2011.

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Brenda. March 20, 2011

I rarely write recipe reviews, but I felt compelled to this time. These rolls are amazing! They remind me of the most expensive rolls at the store. I've made them three times so far, and I may not go back to any other recipe.
On step one, you did mention sugar as noted in the review above, but I crossed it out. The 2 tbsp. of honey was sufficient. I think honey was a great choice of sweeteners.
The last time I made these, I didn't have an egg, so I brushed cold water on the rolls rather than using egg white. It gave the rolls a soft crust, more like an American-style roll than a French roll. Just another way to go with it.
Thanks for sharing this great recipe!

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Ms. Wright May 04, 2011
French Dinner Rolls