By Marie on March 28, 2004
Photo by kzbhansen
Photo by kzbhansen
"A small pat of butter is enclosed in the center of these fabulous rolls before baking. The top is also brushed with additional melted butter to produce a softer crust. Rising time is not included in prep time. This is one of my favorites!"
Serving Size: 1 (828 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"These are very very good!! Made them tonight with chicken and it was a winner. I did make them in a muffin tin and I did add a bit of garlic to the butter. My dough wasnt too sticky at all and I actually didnt need to add anymore to it other then amount mentioned. Thanks for a great recipe!!"
"These came out flat for me and tasted more like biscuits. I didn't know how long to let it mix in the food processor, so I just mixed until a ball was formed, but I wonder if that's why they taste like biscuits. I was disappointed because I was making them to share with our lovely neighbors and they just didn't turn out."
"I made these for Thanksgiving, and they were great! The dough is very sticky, but that's to be expected with so much milk and butter in it. Once it had risen, the dough was much easier to work with. I put them all together in a baking pan and baked them as pull-apart rolls."
"These were very good! I also did this by hand. The dough was a slightly sticky and I did add about 1/4 cup flour. I also subbed 1 cup of whole wheat flour and added some minced garlic with the butter that was inside the roll. These were really soft and buttery rolls. Next time I will try with roasted garlic with the butter. Thank you!"
"These tasted okay but the dough was incredibly sticky and difficult to work with. I added 1/2 c flour and it was still too sticky - it never formed a good ball but I didn't want to add too much flour and make them tough. I made them in my Kitchen-aid mixer because I don't have a food processer, switching to my dough hook after two cups of flour. I didn't brush the tops with butter because I like crusty rolls. I don't think I'll be making these again simply because the dough was so difficult to work with but they did taste fine."
"Awesome is right! These rolls were absolutely fantastic. The dough came out very sticky, so when dividing and forming I used a little extra bread flour on my hands and on the dough, which worked just great. I used a lightly greased cookie sheet just as you call for, and they came out just perfect. I think next time I will brush just a little less butter on top than I did here, as I would have liked the crust just a little "crustier". We just loved these rolls, and thank you so much for posting this recipe!! Dianne"
"These are absolutely delicious! The only difference I did in making them is I don't have a food processor so I sifted the flour and salt into a large bowl and slowly mixed in the liquid ingredients by hand.And I also used a lightly greased muffin tin (as suggested by lwilson , great suggestion by the way thank you)! The only problem I had with this recipe is I have to double it next time it wasn't enough for my family they loved them so much LOL ;)"
"I definately will be making these again. Try putting them in a cupcake pan, they keep shape better. "
"Marie, I'm not surprised this recipe is a favourite. It IS awesome! I don't have a mixer with a dough hook so did everyhing by hand but the dough is very easy to work so it hardly took any extra time. We all enjoyed the rolls especially my almost 3 year old. Definitely is a recipe worth making!"