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*pursed lips looking stern with hands on hips* Okay, YOU. Why'd you have to go and show me this recipe? Made for A-NZ#61 recipe tag.
BK I really enjoyed the flavor and the SMELL of this bread. I made a loaf of bread and 6 hoagie rolls. We used the rolls last night for italian sausage and onion sandwiches for family dinner. OH YEA! I also used my bread machine to mix the dough, then free shaped the rolls and the bread boule. Cooked these on my stone. I did get a pic of the rolls but the bread was gone in a split. I used sage freshly ground from my kitchen plant and like it's sister herbs, fresh ground herbs made the house tantilize. Will make these often.MAde for AUs/NZ Swap 38
Excellent recipe BK. I have to tell you that I used the bread machine to do the mixing and kneading and the dough turned out beautifully. I got six big sandwich buns from it and I can't wait to make a chicken sandwich on one. As a plus they smell wonderful while baking :D.
I made these to go along with "James Beard's Chicken Kiev" and they were came out perfectly. They are very buttery and I love the sage flavor. The dough was very easy to work with and I didn't need to change a thing! Thanks, BK.
Great recipe BK! I did increase the yeast to 1 tablespoon and also increased the water to 1/2 cup, also I had to increase the flour amount slightly. I got 16 rolls which I separated and baked in two pans. thanks for sharing...Kitten:)
Wow! Such a great recipe! I am writing this recipe in my Thanksgiving recipe book. I think they will surprise and delight all my guests. I used ground sage and the buns had a glorious green tint to them! We loved it. The instructions were so good that even a "Bread Klutz" like myself could do these with great success.
Very nice recipe .. I used my bread machine to prepare the dough, then used about a quarter of it to make bread sticks .. Thanks for sharing!
These are very tasty and easy to make rolls. I didn't change anything in the recipe, and now I have 10 delicious rolls (2 gone already). BTW, with the dough divided into 12 equal portions, the rolls came to 50 g each. Thank you very much for posting this recipe.