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Man oh Man....I love the texture of these rolls; they are soft, squishy, tender and the crust is lightly crunchy and perfectly brown. The dough is a dream to work with but it took longer to rise so beware of this to time your dinner. I thought 400 degree was too high. So, I baked them at 350 for 20 minutes. Boy, they are so good. The next time I will increase the sugar to 1/2 cup, personal preference, as I like sweeter rolls. Thanks sooooo much for sharing this recipe.
I made these for a Good Friday dinner. What a hit! I think they're going to make it to the Easter table, too! I proofed my yeast in 1/4/ cup of the water, then added all the ingredients at once in my mixer using the dough hook and let it run on the lowest setting for 12 minutes. It worked perfectly.
Wonderful! I used coconut oil (the only other oil I had was olive oil) and I used bread flour. I did cut the dough enough times so I ended up with about 32 rolls. After I cut them up I froze 20 of the rolls. I'm hoping that I'll be able to thaw them and then continue on with the second rise and then bake as per the recipe. I'll add a footnote to this review after I've done that. With the remaining 12 I put them in a stoneware muffin pan that I sprayed with a non-stick spray (just in case) and let them rise a second time and then baked according to the directions. They browned nicely on the bottom without turning. Wonderful! Very much like the rolls I remember from my childhood. Thanks so much for the recipe - I'm sure I'll be making these many more times!
This is an amazing recipe! Because there are only two of us and I was trying to conserve on eggs since I was low on them...I made 1/4 of the recipe. (I beat the egg then measured it for half.) When I took the dough out of the machine I new that I would have 4 small rolls...which was fine for just DH and me. I put the rolls in a small pyrex dish lined with parchment paper, covered it and went to my afternoon meeting. When I got home about 2 hours later my small pyrex dish was completely full of raised dough! I thought that the rolls would have big holes in them when they baked since they had been left to raise fo rso long! Not so! Beautiful fluffy tasty rolls resulted...with no holes! Made for Spring PAC 2010 http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=327498&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0
I saw this recipe on PAC 2010 so I decided to try it. WOW, will definately make again!!!! Thanks for sharing you lovely recipe.
WowI! Easy and delicious yeast rolls. I already wrote a review but since it's not showing I have to think I must have not completed it correctly. (-; First I enjoyed a warm one out of the oven then I used a few of these to make little mini burgers to take to my daughter at work...they were a HUGE hit! Thanks for posting this Hoof Dr. Made for Pick A Chef, 2010.
Many, many thnx for sharing this recipe, Hoof Dr. This was my first recipe to try in my new bread maker. Loved the crunch of the crust. Made this to go with Broccoli and Lemon Pepper Chicken Alfredo With Bow Tie Pasta. I had to force myself not to eat more than 2 of your wonderful rolls. Made for PAC Spring 2010. You've been adopted! http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=327498&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0
I made these for Thanksgiving this year and they were a hit with everyone along with another roll recipe and this one won over!!!