By Silent Rain on December 03, 2008
Photo by Silent Rain
Photo by Silent Rain
"A rich and delicious fluffy roll with just the right amount of crust and an awesome taste! Try it with all ingredients called for, then if you have adjustments to make, by all means go ahead! Watch for the coloring on the rolls as you don't want to get them too dark! :) *Preparation time includes all steps except baking; depending on machine cycle length. Make SURE you grease your pan or they will stick, even on non-stick! Use 1 tsp salt as noted below if you are not on a salt restricted diet. Same recipe as used for my Angel Bread - Bread Machine Recipe"
Serving Size: 1 (35 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"This is a great recipe! Melt in your mouth buns - no one would believe that I made them and that they weren't store bought. They are waaaay better that store bought!! I made them with the same ingredients except I used all purpose unbleached flour, normal yeast, cold butter straight from the fridge and I used powered milk. It worked great! Thanks :)"
"What a great recipe. I have made this one many times. Recently, I wanted to make some savory monkey bread muffins. I took this recipe and divided it into 24 . Cut each piece into little bites and rolled 1st in melted butter and then into a 4 cheese blend (provolone, asiago, parmesan & romano), let rise and then sprinkled tops with Kosher salt. Bake 375 for 10 mins. Half of these were gone before we sat down to dinner. Everyone wanted the recipe."
"this is a winner. Great texture. addictive!"
"I loved this recipe. I split the dough and used half for dinner rolls and the other half for a loaf. My husband and I are BIG bread eaters and love warm bread with real butter and sometimes a good jam or jelly. I found this recipe easy to use and plan on using again and again."
"If I could give this 10 stars, I would. It is easy, inexpensive and absolutely delicious. I would add a bit more salt for hubby, but for me it was just terrific. I even see possibilities for making it for breakfast using some orange juice and orange zest. Angel, this is a keeper and one that I am proud to have in my recipe file. Great job. Please everyone, try it, you will NOT be disappointed. I used the creamer, too."
"Excellent recipe, I just took them out of the oven,put some butter ont hem, And oh my goodness,they are delicious! Great texture,I forgot to do the egg wash,But i would think that would just be cosmetic,Thank you for sharing the recipe.Definitely a keeper! ABM Rocks!"
"This recipe is a real winner and I'm so glad I found the time tonight to try it! I must admit that I have never baked rolls in a muffin tin before, but they turned out great...very pretty! And very tasty!! The doughball was perfect! Absolutely no adjustments were necessary! The ratios were right on the mark! I made 24 rolls and they had such a great rise that they were a very good size!! And they baked to perfection in 10 mins.! I used the dry milk powder instead of the coffee creamer. Next time I might use 1 tsp. salt. But that's just my preference in most bread recipes. Nothing wrong with the recipe as written, and I followed it to a "tee" using her measurements so I could give a good review of the recipe as she posted it....Which is.....I rate this one a 10!! Or would if I could! 5 stars here! Thanks so much for a keeper!!"