By Kittencalskitchen on April 19, 2005
Photo by Breezytoo
Photo by Breezytoo
"I make these buns on a regular basis they have remained a family-favorite over the years --- if you choose not to brush the tops with any butter another idea is after the second rise before baking mix 1 egg white with 1 tsp cold water and carefully brush the buns with egg wash mixture then sprinkle with sesame seeds :)"
Serving Size: 1 (86 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"I made these to take to a game night and now they won't let me come without them! Kitten, as always with your recipes, they are fantastic! Thanks for posting! I plan to make them for Thanksgiving as well."
"Love Love Love these rolls thank you for posting very easy to put together another big hit with my family thanks again kit"
"I had to make my first review for these rols! OMG they are SOOO GOOOD. I made them yesterday for Thanksgiving and we couldn't stop eating them. Luckily I made a double batch. I am eating one for breakfast right now.. I added .5 tablespoon more sugar (total 1 extra) since it was double batch because that was suggested if you wanted a sweeter roll. OMG once again. this is my new roll recipe!"
"I'm rating these for the second time, they are just melt in your mouth delicious.. these definately need more stars.. they are so pretty when baked. I could have eaten these and left the rest of dinner."
"Wonderful rolls kitten! I loved the dough, it was so light and airy when I got my hands into it to shape the rolls! I made mine a bit smaller then the suggested 12 and got 16 good sized rolls. (Don't have a 13X9 metal pan so used 2 9" metal instead) I did add about a 1/4 cup extra flour to the dough when mixing ~ these are a very tender, light and flavorful roll I'll definitely be making again, thanks for sharing yor recipe!"
"Yowzer, these are amazing! I'm a regular bread-baker, meaning I bake bread at least 3 times a week. I can honestly say this is the best roll recipe I have ever made! They are soooo light and fluffy. I didn't brush the tops with butter before baking, and they were still amazingly buttery. But I DID melt about 2 tablespoons of butter for the pan :)- I will be posting a picture and link to this recipe on my blog: http://bikebookandbread.blogspot.com/"
"Oh...my...gosh. WOW! These are the fluffiest, yeastiest (is that a word, lol?) rolls I've ever eaten. The only substitution I made was that I used 3 c. white flour and 1 c. whole wheat flour instead of all white flour. I brushed them with melted butter before and after baking. YUM!! Thanks for another great recipe, kittencal!"
"Kitten, these rolls are triple a rated in my book.. taste, texture couldn't be better.. I see the recipe was posted some time ago, however; I just recently came across it and so glad I did. Needless to say i'll make these often, thanks for the detailed directions."
"I have made these twice now and both times came out fantastic. Made them for some friends who are very picky eaters (including the kids if you can imagine?? lol) There were no leftovers. Made them for the same family the second time but this time made a double batch. Same thing. No leftovers. First time I ever made rolls that turned out. Thanks once again!"
"I tagged this recipe on Zaar Tag. If I could give this 50 start I would!! This is SOOO SOOO Good!!! I did use half and half in place of the milk and did baste with about 1 cup of butter over time. This will be made MANY MANY Times!!!! Kittencal you did it again!!! WOnderful fabulous recipe. Thanks for posting Karen!"