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easy and turned out beautiful. Instead of using the "kaiser stamp", I just rolled the dough into a rope, tied a knot and tucked the ends. I'll try the other, more labor intensive recipe a different time and see if it's worth the extra work. But this turned out great in my book.

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bradg29 May 19, 2011

I love that this recipe utilizes the bread machine. So easy to prepare and the taste and texture is very close to Kaiser rolls found in German bakeries. We enjoyed these alongside our bratwurst. Thanks for posting!

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swissms February 06, 2011

Great recipe. Turned out perfectly for me using the "knot and tuck" process.

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Claudia Dawn February 02, 2015

Very good recipe, easy to follow, comes out great! Hearty rolls for sandwiches. I just tied them in a knot too, i don't have the fancy cutter. Great flavor, this would be perfect for sub sandwiches!

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Mrs.Fritz February 03, 2013

Great recipe! I shape them into sub buns...makes excellent sturdy buns for a Beef dip.

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ejuneca June 26, 2012

This one really didn't turn out well for me. The rolls were very heavy and they ended up in the garbage. To be fair, I will try it another time and possibly substitute the all purpose flour for bread flour.

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joboblaw November 04, 2011

Excellent! Easy to make and very tasty.

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iris5555 October 14, 2008
Kaiser Rolls (Bread Machine)