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How easy are these? AND they turn out terrific too! =)
They are light as feather and the herbs are just right. They do have a slight sweetness, but it paired well with the herbs. Served with a crockpot roast & vegetables. In memory of Janice.
This were not only tasted wonderful but were so easy to make. I used fresh dill and followed the directions exactly as posted and they turned out wonderful. Light and tender with just the right amount of herbs. Thanks Nick's Mom - I didn't change a thing.
Exceptionally good rolls... Light as a feather and the dough was so tender! They went great with my lasagna soup!
These are so incredibly wonderful! I cannot get over how good these are. And truly fool-proof. For the first rise of the dough, I had turned on the oven to Warm and then shut it off. Or so I thought. Apparently I had missed the shutting it off step. Luckily I caught it quickly enough that I didn't over heat the dough! And the dough came back to rise beautifully both times! I was out of dill weed so I added in an herb medley (no salt) that I have in it's place. The flavour is fantastic for these! Next time, it has been requested that I at *least* double the recipe! Thanks a lot for posting, Sis!
I made these for PAC Spring 08. My DD and I didn't really care for them. We thought they were to sweet for the herbs. My DH on the other hand likes them because they are both sweet and savory. I plan on trying these again but cutting down on the sugar. I might also add olive oil in part or completely in place of the canola oil. We have never had spoon bread and I like the idea of not kneading. Thanks for introducing us to it, we will try it again.
Is very good
These are just fabulous - my 15 yr old DD has just made then and got them out of the oven and they are light and so so so delicious and so easy - she left out the herbs as she wanted to have them with honey - they will be a regular event here form now I can assure you !!
Even the yeast impaired (such as I) can make great rolls using this recipe! My yield was exactly 18 using an ice cream scoop to fill my pans. They rose up so nicely & turned out so tender! Thanks for posting!
These were feather-light and oh-so tender. I don't have Italian seasoning so used some minced garlic mixed with oregano and basil, and 2 tsps fresh dill rather than dried. Very flavourful and a wonderful accompaniment to dinner.
Definitely a 5 star . . . and so easy too! I'm use to taking hours to make bread, these will work out great on the boat! Thanks for sharing!