Recipe by tullius
"These are soft and very tall pull-apart rolls with tender crusts."
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warm water (100 degrees F/40 degrees C)
active dry yeast
instant mashed potato flakes
whole wheat flour
unbleached all-purpose flour
warm buttermilk (no more than 110 degrees F/45 degrees C)
vegetable oil, or as needed
melted butter (or as needed), divided
Delicious rolls! I followed directions except used oil (my flakes were butter flavored). I rolled them crescent roll style-no leftovers!
Turned out to be lead rocks in the oven.
These were easy and turned out absolutely perfect, the only thing I did was bake them for only 20 minutes will try 18 the next time as my oven is old, the edges were a little browner then I like them, I was doing a "trial run" trying to find rolls to make for fathers day and this is it!!!!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!
I used my Kitchen Aid mixer to make these rolls. I proofed the yeast with the warm water, buttermilk (that I warmed with the water) and sugar for ten minutes, melted butter, egg and all the dry ingredients. I did need just a touch more flour than the recipe stated to get it to form into a ball and jump on the bread hook. I kneaded it in the Kitchen Aid with the dough hook for about five minutes or more, I had a little bit of an issue with the bread hook actually wanting to knead the bread dough in the mixer bowl. It kept wanting to kick the dough out! I set it to rise in a greased bowl on my heating pad for an hour, then formed them into rolls and plopped them into greased muffin tins (about a heaping 1/4 cup for each roll?), covered them and set them to rise on my heating pad until they doubled. I did get 12 large rolls, not nine out of this recipe. 400* for 15 minutes was absolutely perfect. HUGE dinner rolls that were a little different texture and flavor-wise from your typical bread rolls. That's not a bad thing, it's just different. Next time I make these, I might use another egg, just to see if that will get it to where it needs to be for me. It's almost there, flavor-wise. It's got the flavor of a croissant. I think it would be perfect with another egg. NOTE: Watch these in the oven, they do have quick minute or two where they could burn. I almost had that happen but I caught it just in time.
I love these rolls. I have made them three times now and they just keep getting better. Light and fluffy and huge. I didn't have all of the ingredients on hand so this is what I used. I used two cups all purpose flour and one cup bread flour. Warm milk instead of buttermilk and Idaho loaded instant potatoes. They were wonderful. Please give this recipe a try you won't be disappointed. Either way as written or little changes this is a terrific recipe. Thank you.
Excellent roll recipe. they were very easy and so tasty. the only change I may make the next time is to skip the additional salt as the potato flakes I used had salt already added and the additional salt made them just a bit too salty for my taste.
I made these for New Year's Eve to serve with crockpot soups that my guests brought. I changed the recipe by using dry milk, not buttermilk, softening the yeast in all of the required water and adding the powdered milk with the flour. I also used canned dry eggs by the same method: the powdered eggs go in with a cup of flour, and the necessary liquid is added as water at the beginning. Then I use my Bosch to knead the large amount of dough. The rolls were fluffier than most rolls and browned beautifully. I will make this recipe often. I quadrupled the recipe and sent dozens home with my guests for New Year's Day sandwiches. The rolls were huge and worked for sandwiches and dinner rolls as well. This is a new standard recipe. I think they will roll out well for cinnamon rolls, too. I complement the chef. My husband said they were a triumph at our party.
Just wonderful. I don't normally like using wholewheat flour in my rolls, but the buttermilk does something amazing making the rolls soft and excellent. We had these with Texas BBQ pulled pork. Perfect.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
High Rise Dinner Rolls
Serving Size: 1/9 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 9
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 72
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