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Fantastic! I made these exactly by the recipe, but formed the dough into 12 round rolls instead of 6 oval buns. The sandwiches disappeared in a flash and everyone commented on the bread. Thanks, Kittencal!

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ellen April 06, 2010

Great buns. They are soft on the inside and have an excellent crust. I made half the recipe and made 4 perfect sized rolls. I used half rye flour and they turnd out great.

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lucky_lindy August 05, 2009

Such an easy dough to work with and I will be using this recipe often, as we often bring sandwiches to work and these are perfect! Thanks!

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MyCookiesCrumble September 19, 2008

These are excellent. I cut down the sugar to one tablespoon and put the wet and then the dry ingredients into my bread maker. After 90 minutes on the dough cycle I added a little bit more flour, formed the dough into long rolls and let them rise for another 30 minutes. We enjoyed them this morning for breakfast. A foolproof recipe. Thanks for sharing it!

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Hippy Xanthippe August 28, 2008

I used whole wheat flour instead of white and they came out really good! We had them with Hot Layered Hero Sandwich and wow, what a sandwich! These rolls would be great to serve along with spaghetti or lasagna too, or with any entree for that matter. Just open em up and sprinkle on some garlic powder, salt and spread with butter, then bake for a few minutes in the oven, then munga!

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Mike&Cassie May 16, 2008

These were easy and tasted very good. I used them as the bread shell for recipe 254611. Thanks for the recipe

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Cilantro in Canada September 26, 2007

Outstanding recipe. DH and I love SOFT sandwich rolls and these fit the bill. Made as directed with my Kitchenaid mixer. I got 8 generous sized buns out of the recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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16Paws September 24, 2007

The dough is a dream to work with. I might use the dough for cinnamom buns by adding more sugar. These came out so nice and soft. Delish. I made 8 sub sandwich buns and they were the perfect size. I don't find these too sweet as stated by others. If anything, they are a bit too salty. I would reduce the salt to 1 teaspoon the next time and there will be the next time.

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YungB July 19, 2007

These were easy to make and soft and tasty but I think they are too sweet to make a sandwich on.... trying to think of a way to make a dessert out of them! Plain with butter very good! I would reduce the sugar next time. I have some in my freezer to try later...

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Phoenix 0880 April 02, 2007

Too cold and wet to run out for sandwich buns, I made these instead. I had to use what was on hand, so butter flavoured crisco and last 1/2 cup of flour was whole wheat, and skim milk instead of whole. They turned out perfectly. I cut into eight portions, and they were a little bit bigger than a typical kaiser type roll. Light and airy. Very easy, very good. I might decrease the sugar slightly next time for sandwiches, but would definitely use as is for dinner rolls (just make more, smaller rolls). Excellent all around.

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DancesInGarden November 16, 2006
Kittencal's Sub/Sandwich Buns