Wow! I am amazed how simple this recipe is. The first time I made this, I followed the recipe step by step and my whole family loves it. Then I made modification by replacing half of the flour with wheat and it came out great. This is the recipe that I will now use for making buns. Thanks for sharing.
I have made this every night this week(its Thursday), using my black and Decker machine..everyone wants them. I made this with water as my daughter is lactose intolerant and cannot have milk. I did make them once with milk and I find it a lighter bun when water is used..I cut dough in half and then the half in half till I got 8 . Then I formed them into smooth balls. Let rise in a slight warm turned off oven for 30 min..baked for 20..checking on them..tap bottom sounds hollow..Done!<br/>This is a keeper..thank you<br/>ingred went in as follows<br/>water<br/>yeast<br/>sugar<br/>flour<br/>salt <br/>butter<br/>egg<br/><br/>dough setting.
This is a GREAT recipe! Everyone loved it! Served it with bbq. What an improvement over ready made buns & so easy! Also makes really nice dinner rolls. Thanks!
This was the first time I'd ever made rolls with my bread machine! They turned out really well. I made a slow cooker pot roast dip and used these as our rolls. My boyfriend ate 4 of them and used one as a dessert roll (peanut butter, honey and bananas)... even though I added italian seasoning to these rolls ;). These reheat really well when slit open and toasted on a flat top. I rolled these out to about 1/2" which tasted great and are about the size of the thinner flat buns that are sold in stores now. We added sesame seeds to a few also which turned out great! I'm going to make them mega sized next time! LOVE this recipe, thank you so much!
Great recipe to complete your Burger ..... If your going this far you'd better be grinding your own burger at home instead of the horrid store bought product.I grind boneless short rib with my kitchenaid meat grinder attachment.Thanks for the Bunz ;)
These were SO yummy! I made two batches of these both batches I used flax in place of the egg but the second batch I used an additional tsp of yeast and used a 3in X 1in round cutter instead of the 3in glass. Both batches were tasty but the second turned out taller and more bun like. Thanks for posting!
These turned out perfectly! I followed the directions exactly.
This was really easy and tasted great. My husband said they were a home run. Yum yum
Wow! These are easy and amazing! Plan ahead and you will never buy hotdog or hamburger buns again. Saves money, and they are better for you than store bought. We have a household of 7 and often are feeding an extra or two and there are plenty of buns in the batch and our family and friends all love them.
I had to come back and tell you I love this recipe and made paninis this morning; great success!
I was so happy to find this recipe.It was great!
I wish my camera was working;they look amazing and taste even better! I made them with 1/2 whole wheat and shaped them into 8 paninis and 8 dinner rolls.Thank you so much for posting this Marie. You made my day!it will be a family favourite.