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I'm a roll making queen thanks to this recipe. Easy and tasty! Thanks. Tonight, I'm adding a little rosemary to it. :-D
My first attempt at rolls and these came out awesome. I did need to add additional flour as it was a humid day but I am used to that. Took these to a potluck dinner and my friend's daughter declared these the best rolls she has ever eaten. Thanks!
Excellent crust on these rolls. However I didn't think the flavor was that good. Thanks!
Excellent! I made these into 8 big kaiser rolls. My family loved the taste and had seconds at supper tonight. I used a can of water also in the bottom of my oven, while they baked. Also I brushed the buns with egg yolk/water mixture, before placing in the oven. I didn't care for the smell of the egg yolk as they baked though. Kind of gross.But very tasty buns!
Made these today for Christmas dinner (in the freezer) I had the same problem mentioned here about the dough being too sticky, so expected to add more flour. I added about 1/2 cup more (just felt it after adding a bit) and they came out wonderfully. I also put the water in the oven while I preheated it and it did the trick. The tops were nice with just the right amount of "crusty" and tender inside. My DH and I had to sample one to make sure we could serve them at Christmas, we can, everyone will love these.
We did this by hand, as we don't make our bread in a machine. This turned out really well. These rolls were made for cheese steaks, which are notorious roll destroyers. With a generous application of mayonaise on both sides of the roll, these guys held up very well, almost to the very end of the sandwich! If you're throwing greasy stuff into your rolls, this is the way to go! Great taste, great texture, and resistant to cheese stake toppings!
I am "new" to baking, but am trying more and more things since I got a breadmaker... however, these didn't turn out for me at all. I was left with a soupy mixture at the end of my dough cycle. When I read the recipe I thought there was a little more water and yeast than other recipes I have tried and the same amount of flour... maybe I need to play around with it some more to make it work for my machine... I read where other reviewers had problems with sticky dough, so I was prepared for that, but my dough was so soupy I didn't want to waste flour trying to fix it... Maybe it's just me since so many others loved it... I will try it again soon. Thanks for posting!!!
Best rolls we have ever made-we will use this a lot thanks so much
easy and delish- everyone loved them-thanksfor this great recipe
Wow! I am new at bread-making, and I don't have a bread machine, so I was nervous to try these despite the rave reviews and simple instructions. I'm so glad I did, and thanks to the other reviewer who also used a Kitchenaid mixer! I combined all the liquids and the yeast in the mixer, then gradually added the flour until it was the right consistency. I also had to use closer to 3 1/2 cups, and I cut the water to 1 1/8 cups. I let it rise for two hours, then made the rolls as written from #4 on. YUM! My 4yo son and I split one straight out of the oven, and I'll make these again and again. I'm excited to try different variations, too. These definitely increased my bread-making confidence... Thanks so much, Chris from Kansas, for posting!