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I have been making these rolls for about a year. With some tweaking, we have really enjoyed them. If I follow the recipe exactly the dough is so wet that I can't even get it out of the bowl. So, I usually end up adding at least 1-2 more cups of flour (on top of the 4 cups listed in the recipe). Tonight I looked online for similar rolls and found that others were using almost half the liquid. So, I decided to try to use less milk. This time I used 1 1/4 cups of milk and that really seemed to do the trick. There was no need to add more flour and it made a nice, pliable dough. Depending on the dough texture, I would probably do no less than 1 1/4 cups and no more than 1 1/2 cups of milk. No matter more flour or less milk, I have found that I only need to cook them for 20 minutes max. We have really enjoyed these rolls. They are easy and have such a great flavor. We like to have them as a side or use them to make little shredded chicken or sloppy joe sandwiches. Thank you for posting this recipe!
I made those today and they were awesome ! As one chef advised, i cut down the milk by half and they turned out super delicious. Stuffed them with hotdogs and coleslaw. Yummy !
Ok I am supporting the 5 star claim. This reminds of the dinner rolls from the Betty Crocker cookbook which I cannot find in my boxes! So Thank YOU! btw I did not do many crescent rolls as that took too much time and I was short on time.
I made these for Thanksgiving and they were amazing. Everyone loved them and I'll be making them again for Christmas dinner.
I have made these dinner rolls several times now and they always turn out excellent. My family can't get enough.
I've made these three times now. I've had to fiddle with the flour a bit, the first time they were way too tough. But, today I think I finally got it right. They are terrific. I've always liked a sweeter roll and plan on making these often.
Very yummy rolls! I might pre-make a batch or two of these for Thanksgiving this year.