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The dough was wonderful to work with. I followed the directions. I was only able to fit 15 rolls in my 9" x 13" pan so I baked off the additional 3 rolls in muffin tins. Great rolls, thanks for posting the recipe.

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Marie Nixon December 10, 2011

Marie, this recipe is FABULOUS! I used my wife's Kitchenaid mixer instead of the bread machine, allowing one hour for the first rise and 30 minutes for the second. These rolls are better than my homemade biscuits!

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Mr. Grummp January 14, 2007

I've been looking for years for the perfect dinner roll. This is it!

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Letbrig July 26, 2006

YUM, these are great - nicely soft and light as advertised! I buttered two cake pans and put 9 rolls in each pan. I made one pan with a smaller amount of plain butter and the other with lots of garlic butter - for immediate use served hot out of the oven. The garlic ones vanished immediately (and there were only 4 of us)! Thanks, Marie.

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*Pixie* September 03, 2005

Marie...these are awesome! I made them twicem first time I think my yeast was a little old but they were still great, but better the second time! Use sprapy butter for the topping only cause I forgot to melt some. Only thing I did different the secon time was to make sure that when I turned the dough out of the machine and punched it down, I formed it into a nice rectangle that easily cut into 3 strips with 6 rolls each. Learned this from the first time when the pieces didnt make for a nice "together" roll. Thanx. This was made for Zarr tag!

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LAURIE October 17, 2004
Light and Soft Dinner Rolls (abm)