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These rolls are easy to make, tender, and outstanding! Definitely are keeper!
Man I hate to leave only 3 stars with all the 5's. I had my mom, dad and brother over for dinner and prepared these to go with our roast. We all agreed that they were just okay. Definitely a lot like brown and serve rolls. On the bright side it was really easy to put together.
I told my friend that I would make her anything she wanted for her birthday. She wanted Refrigerator Rolls like her mother used to make. Well, I told her I had never made refrigerator rolls before, they were usually just plain rolls. But I said I would try. I went onto Zaar and picked this one after looking at several. These are delicious. I made her rolls and then made some Cinnamon Rolls for us. They were the best Cinnamon Rolls I have ever made; better than my recipe. Thank you Aroostook, up there in the county, for posting these yummy rolls. I will be making them again and again. Can't wait for my granddaughter to come home from college as she loves Cinnamon Rolls and I will make sure I have them for her. I love them and thanks.
These are great! I made the dough late this morning, and tore some off for rolls for dinner. Later this evening, I'll make more rolls and freeze them for later. I also plan on making cinnamon rolls for tomorrow's breakfast. What a versatile recipe! And rise, do they ever!! Thanks for a great recipe for my collection. By the way, the rolls just came out of the oven, and I am eating them with melted garlic butter. Yum, yum!
Soft and tender rolls. So good coming out of the oven.
Best roll recipe on this site that dosnt call for a bread machine,i tried them all. They are perfect.
I want to say I have made these 2x now. The first time I tried to cut recipe in half and somewhere I messed everything up. Rolls didnt rise. Not sure if I killed yeast or just messed up by trying to change recipe. I really wanted these rolls so I tired again and I followed recipe exactly. It made alot of Dough, but they came out this time. Since there was sooo much dough, I was able to try different ways to make the rolls. I froze half the dough for later and froze half cooked rolls as in your directions and made a batch for dinner that night. I forgot to brush butter before I let them rise which I think will help the outside not dry out so much. Thank you for great recipe!
This was my first time making dough by hand (in my kitchenaide vs. my breadmaker) and I think I didn't add enough flour because when I first turned it out it stuck to everything, but I kneaded in soem more flour and it became more manageable. This makes a ton of dough, and rises like crazy. I made dinner rolls and then used the remainder to make cinnamon rolls. I put one plate in the freezer and the other in the fridge to rise overnight. They were excellent this morning! Thank you!
This dough has an excellent consistancy. We haven't eaten them yet. I cooked them for tomorrow; my son's birthday, but I can tell they will be very good. I put garlic powder in with the melted butter to brush on the rolls. Can't wait to try them! They look wonderful!
Definitely the prettiest little rolls I ever made; just perfect. And, they tasted great. They were light and flaky and a bit yeasty, just the way I like them. Makes quite a large batch so I'll be checking the appropriate forum here for ideas on how to use the rest of it.