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on February 06, 2005
Aroostook, now this is going to be kinda windy, but you did it for me so you have to read. As you know I have tried various recipes for rolls here on Zaar, including those that have shown up in the top 40 that didn't work, and you promised me these would. I took you at your word, you know you did PROMISE, and I finally did it. These were the best. I used my KA to knead the dough and just kept adding flour until it pulled away from the sides of the bowl. When I removed the dough from the bowl, I placed it on a floured area and kneaded it several times. It was very sticky, but it felt different from the other doughs I've tried, very airy. So I decided not to put them in the frig, and covered them with a towel and within an hour they had doubled. I punched down, and let them rise again, again about an hour, and they doubled again, (to my surprise). Then I tore off a good size chunk, and put them in my baking pan, covered them with a towel. Now this is when everything usually falls apart for me and I get a heavy, will-not-rise-if-I-had-to blob. I covered it with a towel and had to leave the house. When I returned about an hour later the first thing I did was look toward my kitchen, and to my amazement, the towel was standing at attention. These babies rose like a real tropper. These were so good, but the size of hamburger buns. (You see, my rolls never have risen before, so I wasn't thinking of the size. Next time will made smaller size rolls) DH said he was going to the store to buy some hamburger meat for Hamburgers tomorrow. Thank you so much for your help and behind the sceen advice. I have finally made a homemade roll that didn't turn out like a brick. Success at last. (By the way, Aroostook, I took a picture of the giant rolls because they were my first success at making rolls, and will get it to you somehow, but I will not post by the recipe. It might scar some people)people found this review Helpful. You can only vote others' reviews helpful or not helpful... Was this review helpful to you? Yes | No We don't know who you are. Sign in or create an account
on May 22, 2004
These turned out great! I made the dough using approximately 7 cups of flour. I was in a rush to get some rolls done for dinner, so I let the dough rise at room temperature. Then I let enough rolls rise for dinner and froze the left over dough in roll size balls for later. Thanks!people found this review Helpful. You can only vote others' reviews helpful or not helpful... Was this review helpful to you? Yes | No We don't know who you are. Sign in or create an account
Serving Size: 1 (37 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 48