By Marie on May 04, 2005
Photo by monique11
Photo by monique11
"This recipe makes wonderfully soft rolls to use for your sandwiches or burgers, etc. Recipe courtesy of Quick Cooking."
Serving Size: 1 (925 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"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."
"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,"
"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."
"Yummmm!! Thanks for a great recipe!"
"I really liked these for hamburgers and will probably make them again. Thanks for posting!"
"Another winning recipe. Absolutely easy and delicious.Thanks Marie."
"They are so yummy and so moist. I'll do it again soon. Thanks Marie :)"
"I really liked these delicious buns, Marie. They were very easy to make and the dough was so nice to work with. I cut the buns at 3 1/2" diameter and some at 2 1/2" and I preferred the larger size for sandwiches. This is now the third bread/rolls recipe of yours that I have tried and loved so thank you very much, your recipes are great."
"theses were yummy i used 2 teasp yeast in my batch they were soft and tasty thank you.used them for pulled pork sandwhichs."
"Soft as promised! Wonderful flavor. My daughter had to have one as soon as they came out of the oven. I also used a whole packet of yeast with no ill effects. Thanks for sharing!"
"YUM! these were soft and delicious. I used a whole packet of active dry yeast which is 2 1/2tsp. After dough cycle I made the buns and let rise 30 minutes longer than recipe states and baked at 350' for 12 minutes. Made this for the April's "Flour Power" challenge. I also made Recipe #44355 to have with this recipe. :) Thank you for sharing the recipe!"
"For the first time, I got to make buns that did not have such a strong yeasty smell. I made mine with my KA, and let it rise twice. The buns were soft and fluffy, and a little sweet. I will be using this recipe to make my hamburger buns from now on. What a find. Thank you for posting."
"I liked the rolls, although I didn't read the yeast measurement and put in a 2 1/4 tsps. We only got a dozen good sized rolls out of it- but I didn't roll them out. They were delicious!"
"Nice buns, Marie. I did find them so soft, they were a little difficult to remove from the pan. I suspect if I had baked them in a glass pan, the bottoms would be firmer. That being said,the kids ate so many buns after school, they pretty much ruined their supper. Does that tell you how good they were ? I am going to try these again, and I will bake them a little differently. Thanks Marie, for a great recipe."
"This recipe made GREAT sandwich rolls! "
"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!"