WONDERFUL-light, fluffy, great tasting!. This is an amazing recipe that came out great. I used "quick yeast" and the "quick yeast dough" cycle. This is the best bread machine recipe that I have tried so far. Thanks for this outstanding recipe.
Wow - these were really yummy rolls. The texture came out nice and fluffy - a little crusty, but I think I let them rise on the counter a bit longer than i should have. I used the proof feature on my oven and it worked beautifully. I decreased the sugar based on other reviews, but would use 3 Tbsp the next time I make them, as I like my rolls a little bit sweeter. This will be my go-to recipe for dinner rolls. Thanks for posting a winner !!
Absolutely fantastic rolls. I was looking for some rolls to make for a dinner party we were having and needed something quick and easy. I only made a couple of changes which were to cut the yeast down slightly - I used a preportioned packet and to cut the sugar down to 2 tablespoons. I like sweet rolls but it wouldn't have gone well with the dinner I was cooking. One of my guests thought I had bought them from the store. Great recipe, one which I will be using often.
The best roll recipe! Light and fluffy, slightly sweet, always a hit! Thanks Liisa!!
Re-Review:This was an outstanding recipe.They came out perfectly & were super easy. I doubled the recipe and did these wonderful rolls in my kitchen-aid this time. I put them in a greased bowl,covered with plastic. Then I rose them in the microwave. Place a microwave safe cup in the back corner and heat them on 10% for 8 minutes. Let them rest 5 minutes and then 10% 5 minutes more. I then cut them into 32 pieces and put them in a glass casserole dish covered them with plastic and let them rise again in the microwave at 10% for 5 minutes for the last rise. Then baked at 350 X 15 minutes. Total time spent making 7 minutes. Total time spent on the rises 25 minutes. Total time 47 minutes instead of hours. Fastest yeast rolls I have ever made and they still came out perfect!
These were very tasty! I used a couple of pie pans to set these in they were much easier to get apart. Thanks for sharing.
These were really nice, soft, tender rolls. They were very tasty. The recipe was simple to use. The only thing I changed was to replace the water and dry milk with 1 cup of nonfat milk. My only complaint was that they tasted a little too yeasty to me. Thanks for posting, LiisaN!
These are truly the easiest rolls I have ever made. I did not have bread flour, used all purpose flour and added a generous teaspoon of wheat gluten. They turned out perfect with very little effort. My family loved them. I am a baker and they are used to home baked breads.
I had these last night at my goddaughters house for Halloween. Fabulous!!! 10 star rolls and a keeper.