I tried this recipe today and the rolls came out perfect. All I would add is to be sure to reduce the oven temp to 350 if you use a glass baking dish to make them in. Thanks for the wonderful rolls - my husband will love them with dinner tonight
This recipe is great, so very light and that is what I was looking for in a dinner roll. I mixed mine in the food processor and let rise in the oven then made my rolls and let rise again. Next time I think I will make them smaller just so I don't eat so many!
Super dinner rolls! The only change I made was to reduce the sugar to 1 Tbsp which worked perfectly for our taste. Definitely a 'keeper'. I only got 8 rolls because I made them in to balls and put them in a 10" pie pan. Thanks so much for posting this easy and very tasty dinner roll recipe. ETA that once I had removed from from the oven and brushed them with butter I sprinkled on Everything Topping- Bagels, Rolls, Bread (Everything Topping)
I have tried for years to bake bread with mediocre results. I tried this recipe because I thought it would be easy in my bread maker. I ran it through the dough cycle and then shaped it into two long baguettes because I can't seem to make attractive rolls. I let the two baguettes rise on a cookie sheet far enough apart so they wouldn't touch as the went through the second rise and baking. I cooked the bread for 15 minutes. The tops was a lovely brown. I brushed them with melted butter as soon as they came out of the oven. The bread was soft, delicious, and had a great crumb. My family announced it was the best bread I have ever made and I must agree. I highly recommend trying this recipe if you like a soft white bread. This is a keeper recipe.
This bread is fantastic!!! I used to bake Old Plantations Rolls, but they're too heavy for me, I'm so glad to have found these. We love them SO much!!!! Thanks for sharing......
Excellent recipe! Will be replacing my current recipe. Light & Fluffly and super delicious.
These were everything they said they would be light an fluffy an sooooooooo delicious
Very, Very good. Also good when re-heated.
The best, hands down!
After making two other attempts with dinner roll recipes and not getting the right results, I was a bit skeptical about trying again. But, I went ahead and tried it again , and you know something the 3rd. time is a charm. :) This recipe was made on 8/15/09 to go with mine and SO's dinner. Since there was just the two of us, the recipe was cut in half.( I won't make that mistake again ;) )As the dough was mixing, I did have to add a bit of all- purpose flour to get the dough to the right texture. After forming into a dozen rolls, I let them rise in a warm place for 30 minutes. I followed the bake temp. and baked for about 20 minutes.Even before getting them to the table, I had already eaten two. :) This recipe will be made again. Thank you SO!!! much for posting and, " Keep Smiling :) "