These were terrible. Not even almost edible. The texture and consistency was beyond bad; it didn't even remotely resemble bread. You couldn't pay me to make these again.
Omg, i just made these and was having them with supper but these things are horrible. I'm sorry but i see no way that this is a four star recipe.
I made these with ingredient suggestions from others. I didn't have rosemary, so I used thyme and garlic powder. I discovered after making these rolls that I am not a fan of thyme, however it smells amazing. I think next time I will try Italian seasoning and garlic powder like others suggested. I also made half the batch with cheese and the other without. I was afraid I wouldn't like the cheese, but it was good.
the rolls are really good suprisingly. i made them twice in one night. The first time i read the instructions and mistakenly added 2 tsp of baking soda so i added 2 tsp of baking powder to balance DO NOT DO THAT it was really chalky. But about 2hrs later got the courage up to read the recipe again and they turned out great. I will definitely make them again. They are a gift from heaven for those on a yeast free diet like me. Thanks to the chef.
For a yeast free roll with no animal ingredients, these were really delicious-easy and inexpensive to boot! Thanks Chef Dudo. Stella (zfanatique)
I think this is a good basic recipe. I used fresh pineapple sage from my garden instead of the rosemary and thyme. I also didn't have any baking soda, so I used 1/2 cup of beer, and 1 cup of water. I think they turned out well.
These were terrible! They tasted like rubber. The thyme smell was overwhelming. It was a waste of time and ingredients. The dog wouldn't even eat them!
Really poor recipe. Bland and not fluffy at all.
I've made those twice and they are great. A bit dense but that's because it's a no yeast recipe. I'm sold on this for a quick addition to a meal.
Not great/not bad. I agree with other posters, they are a bit rubbery but the grated cheese elevated them. Don't think I'd make them again though.