Sandwich Rolls (Abm)

"I do not like to buy rolls from the store. They smell funny to me. This is a nice way to make them at home, in your bread maker. No fuss, No paying for junk at the store. They will taste wonderful, fresh out of the oven, whether you use them for sandwiches or not! I only have a copy of this recipe. I am not sure of the name of the book, but it might be: The Bread Machine Cookbook I."
 
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Ready In:
2hrs 10mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
10-12
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ingredients

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directions

  • Place all ingredients in order suggested by your bread machine manufacturer.
  • Use dough cycle.
  • When dough is finished, remove from machine.
  • Form into 10- 12 balls.
  • Shape into rolls.
  • Let rise for 40- 50 minutes on a lightly greased baking sheet.
  • Bake in a preheated oven 375* for 20 minute or until golden brown.

Questions & Replies

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  1. karolmahle_11877247
    HOW CAN I CONVERT RECIPE FOR STAND MIXER
     
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Reviews

  1. danlynclark
    These were fantastic! A soft, tender, fluffy roll! I used butter instead of oil. I added about 1/4 cup vital wheat gluten and I think it really added to the chewy texture. I split the dough into 8 parts. I rolled each part into a rectangle and then rolled it up to make a hoagie shape. I brushed with water and sliced some diagonal slashes with a knife. I let it rise in a warm, moist oven. I baked for 20 minutes with a ramekin of water to give moist heat. I will not be buying store-bought sandwich rolls from now on.
     
  2. Beth in Tennessee
    YUMMY! I just made these for turkey sandwiches. I added a little garlic powder and italian seasoning in the breadmaker. Right before I put them in the oven I brushed with I Can't Believe It's Not Butter and sprinkled on some parmesan cheese. They were so yummy! I am going to make these all the time!
     
  3. LillyZackMom
    Nice & simple. I put everything in my bread machine, set the timer, went out to do errands, and came back just before the dough was ready. Followed the recipe exactly and came out with 6 hamburger-sized rolls which will work perfectly for a smaller-sized sandwich for my kids. I might try white whole wheat flour next time around. Thanks for sharing!
     
  4. liss681
    My family loves these rolls!
     
  5. MollyJ
    This was a user-friendly ABM recipe that makes a very tasty roll. DH and I have been eating sandwiches in the lunch box made with these rolls and it just makes a difference in how you feel about taking your lunch. I also used 1 c. whole wheat flour. I might consider trying a little wheat germ in it also.
     
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  1. danlynclark
    These were fantastic! A soft, tender, fluffy roll! I used butter instead of oil. I added about 1/4 cup vital wheat gluten and I think it really added to the chewy texture. I split the dough into 8 parts. I rolled each part into a rectangle and then rolled it up to make a hoagie shape. I brushed with water and sliced some diagonal slashes with a knife. I let it rise in a warm, moist oven. I baked for 20 minutes with a ramekin of water to give moist heat. I will not be buying store-bought sandwich rolls from now on.
     

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