Prep1 hr 30 mins
Moist, tender, buttery homemade rolls. The ease of the bread machine leaves time for you to spend on your other dishes. Probably the best bread machine roll recipe I've found. Too good for anyone to believe I really made them. Prep time includes bread machine time. VERY good rolls, they have never failed me personally, please try them!
- Place ingredients into bread machine in order instructed by the manufacturer.
- Usually all wet, (as listed above) or all dry first.
- Set machine to dough cycle (usually 90 minutes). When dough cycle is complete, remove dough onto floured board.
- Cut dough in equal sized pieces and place into greased muffin tins.
- You should have exactly 18 rolls or you can shape them another way you prefer and place on a cookie sheet.
- Cover and let rise in a warm place for thirty minutes or until doubled in size (Note: a damp paper towel sprayed with nonstick cooking spray works great!).
- Brush with melted butter and bake for 15 to 20 minutes at 350 degrees.
Excellent recipe. I highly recommend it. Great texture - crispy crust, soft and light inside. I used a stoneware mini-loaf pan and the bread baked up beautifully. It took a little longer than the recipe calls for, but 350 was the perfect temperature. I used all bread flour, but I believe that substituting a cup of whole wheat flour for one cup of bread flour, and adding a tablespoon of water would work fine, because the dough rises very well.
These turned out perfect! I pretty much followed recipe exactly, except my butter and egg came straight from the fridge...so I added the scrambled egg to the cold milk before I warmed it a bit on the stove...then I cut the butter in slices and added to the warmed milk. Will definitely make again!
Everyone in our family LOVED these rolls. They turned out just like restaurant rolls, soft, buttery, and delicious! After removing the dough from my bread machine, I rolled them out and set them on a cookie tray for the last rise, but had to leave for one of my son's soccer games. 4 hours later, upon my return, I popped them in the oven and they turned out perfect. I also used all bread flour, but substituted 4 tbsp honey for the 1/4 cup sugar. These are perfect dinner rolls.