New to my bread machine, only have made a couple of loaves that turned out good, tried this first roll recipe and it turned out FANTASTIC. Now I can make a couple dozen for Christmas Dinner and freeze them. I uploaded a picture of my very first yeast rolls. 64 year old roll virgin baker ;D
Excellent rolls! I decided at 4:42pm that I wanted/needed/desired rolls with my chicken dinner. I set about trying to find a quick roll, that had a lot of taste, and pow! I found this. This is everything that I could of asked for. I don't have a bread machine, so I just dumped the whole bunch of ingredients into my KA (kitchen aid) and used the dough-hook to bring together (7 minutes) went and let rise for about 40 minutes, the put into a ball, and let rise another 20. Baked and presto, hot rolls right with the chicken. And GOOD too! Thx! My go to recipe for nice, crusty, hot rolls in a flash!
Excellent recipe! I make two loaves of bread out of it as well. The flavor is delicious and it is so easy to put together in my bread machine. When making loaves, I just use the dough cycle and form into two loaves and rise, then bake in the oven.
I decided to try out this recipe as a possiblity for Christmas festivities. This lovely, soft dough made a delicious roll. I formed the recipe into 9 rolls making the perfect size for a leftover turkey sandwich! A few more batches and I will be set for the holiday season. Thank-you.
The best rolls I have ever made, I got lazy and added the whole egg, I will be making this again and again.
Pretty tasty. Used this recipe for a more gourmet twist on a burger. Thanks!
Very nice though mine didn't get a crusty top. I think I will do as another reviewer suggested and brush the tops with egg wash before baking.
I've made bread, buns and cinnamon buns with this recipe, and gotten rave reviews everytime. Great flavor, not overwhelming, fantastic cinnamon buns! Has become a staple in my repertoire! Will use often as it's very quick and easy! Love it!
Although these tasted very good, mine did not turn out crisp on the outside. Next time I'll try baking a bit longer than indicated.
These were great! I made some in sub-bun shapes for last night's ham and cheese sandwiches. The rest I made in the traditional round rolls. They were great warm, out of the oven, with butter melted in the middle (am I drooling?). Terrific recipe! I will be making this simple recipe often.