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These are very tasty. My kids loved them! I used them as hamburger buns, but I'm sure it would make good dinner rolls too. I divided the dough into about 15 pieces, rounded them up and placed on a parchment covered sheet. The dough is moist - use some flour if you're shaping this way. I've made this recipe twice and raised the temp. to 375 the second time - browned better, might be just my oven, though. Very good! Thanks Marie!

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Monstr October 16, 2005

How would I prepare these rolls without a bread machine?

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Lisa B. December 27, 2015

Made this today and it was delicious! I do not have a bread maker and it still came out great. I proofed the yeast with the sugar and milk(I only had almond milk on hand). I made sure the milk was at 109 degrees and let it set for 12 minutes. I used regular white flour and the rest of the ingredients as stated in the recipe. The dough was easy to work with. I let the dough rise twice in the oven with the light on for warmth. The third time I rolled the dough into 16 individual rolls, let 10 rise for 45 minutes and baked as directed. Froze 6 after 2nd rise for tomorrow. Very , Very Good Recipe! Thank you!

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etmmo4 July 29, 2015

Turned out so soft and nice. Going to use them for BBQ pork sandwiches later today.

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adopt a greyhound September 30, 2014

I've always found sandwich rolls rise too high and make the sandwich more bread than filling and my boyfriend hates that! These, however, are different. They don't tower up and they're substantial enough to hold some sloppy (wet) ingredients without falling apart. I love them! What a great recipe. Thanks for submitting.

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kris.hodges_12155422 September 27, 2014

I have been looking for a soft bun recipe all my life which really works. This one came very close. I think I didn't allow the dough to rise enough or didn't add enough yeast because the buns were more like scones than rolls. Very sweet and delicious though. So I made them again, this time with less sugar and 12oz of flour instead of the 30oz called for in the recipe. I don't use bread makers. The dough was more a paste and after rising, it was difficult to handle without flour on the board. I tried a glass dish like chef Dee suggested and made walnut size balls and they turned out beautifully as you can see in the picture. Thanks so much for the inspiration.

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monique11 February 15, 2013

I just made these. They are fresh out of the oven. I have been looking for a hamburger bun recipe for months now and I have found the one I will use. My husband and I couldn't resist, we had to try them right out of the oven. They are wonderful and soft. I did bake at 375 and had no problem with them being too soft,

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Gumdrop August 19, 2012

Easy to follow directions and lots of fun shaping the dough. I made these into hotdog buns and they came out perfect; the taste and texture of the rolls are awesome! DH and DS loved them. Can't wait to make this again...it was fun! Thanks for sharing.

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Heartspell October 19, 2011

Yummmm!! Thanks for a great recipe!

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mamakida February 27, 2011

I really liked these for hamburgers and will probably make them again. Thanks for posting!

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Heather U. June 01, 2010
Soft Sandwich Buns (bread Machine)