Umm, wow, these surprised me! They are soft, flaky, sweet, and rich tasting. I have not had a wheat roll like this. I decided to try the dough cycle on my Zojirushi bread machine to make this a quick and easy recipe. When the dough cycle was over I proceeded to step 4. I did only do a half a recipe, and I am glad I did because the dough had risen to the top of my bread machine container. When it was done I plopped the dough out onto a parchment lined baking sheet. I realized it was way too wet. I ended up adding a scoop of all-purpose flour. I didn't measure it, but it may have been a 1/2 a cup of so. I used the flour to maneuver the dough and make it not stick. I used a pastry wheel to cut the dough as suggested in 6 pieces and then in half. It is difficult to get them all precisely the same size. So, some of my rolls weren't so large as others and the rolled appearance looked quite frankly slightly different on each. I followed all of the ingredients only using Gold Medal white whole wheat, a lighter colored wheat grain, for the whole wheat flour. I sprayed my Cuisinart non-stick muffin pan with Bakers Joy and let them rise in it for 30 minutes. I baked then, because they were nearly doubled in size. They took about 15 minutes. Note, the last butter ingredient should be divided. ty
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Umm, wow, these surprised me! They are soft, flaky, sweet, and rich tasting. I have not had a...