I've finally tried this recipe and tweaked it enough to get it reasonably close. These are the closest I've seen to my favorite rolls in places like Quincy's, Grandy's, etc. It's a nice soft squishy yeast roll, perfect with any meal. To clarify the directions since one reviewer mentioned that they had a problem with their first batch: Make sure that your machine's dough cycle includes the rising time! I thought everyone's did, but apparently not. (My own personal machine mixes up the ingredients and then there's a total rise time of a little over an hour (closer to 1.5 hours). So, if you think your ABM just mixes things up but doesn't allow for rising time, add a 2 hour (approx) rise time between steps 1 and 2. If your machine's dough cycle DOES have a built in rising time, then you're all set, and you can follow the instructions exactly, no need for extra rising time.
- Place all ingredients in above order in bread machine.
- After dough cycle completes, remove and shape as rolls, placing them in a pan lined with parchment paper.
- Let rise for 30 minutes.
- Brush tops with butter prior to baking (I use about 2 tbl spoon melted margarine).
- Bake 20 to 25 minutes at 350 degrees until golden brown, on the highest rack possible in your oven.
- Brush the tops with honey butter to give it a slightly sweet taste, as soon as you get them out of the oven. Now eat, and enjoy!