Recipe by DEBEAR
"These light and delicious rolls are easy to make, economical and require no kneading."
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1 (.25 ounce) package
active dry yeast
warm water (110 degrees F/45 degrees C)
1 1/2 teaspoons
1 1/2 cups
This is a great recipe! Mixing it up is quick, and you just walk away and let it rise. There is NO NEED TO KNEED! It's perfect! My 11 year old and I put these in the oven and everyone said "Oooo" and "Ahhhh" as we tried them. I even tried rolling the dough into balls and placed two side-by-side in a muffin pan... and they baked up well. Enjoy! Email this to a friend! Thanks Monica! Oh, and try cutting Pollish sausage into 3rds, and wrapping this dough around them, and making "pigs-in-a-blanket". Yummm!!!
I tried this recipe for Thanksgiving dinner for 15 people because it sounded so easy and "no fail".. Well, after step 1, the dough rised but did not double. I was rushed for time so I continued on to step 3. The rolls did not rise at all. even after 4 hrs. in a warm oven. My husband saved the day by quickly making biscuits from a mix.
I put the rolls in the refrigerator and tried again the next day. I let them sit for a whole afternoon and part of the evening in a warm environment but to no avail. They never raised! I baked them anyway and ended up with what looked like cookies..
I was so dissapointed because of the waste of time and ingredients.
This recipe is really good, but needs some corrections. Step 2 should say to pour milk and SHORTENING into bowl, not milk and margarine. Also, there is no mention of when to add the sugar. I added 2 Tbsp with yeast and the remaining 1/2 cup with the flour.
These were a major hit Thanksgiving, my family wants them next year. They are so easy and I love that you can make them ahead and freeze. I do alot of cooking ahead when I'm expecting a crowd and these have been added to my tried and true stand-bys.
one word: FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!!!
This bread did not rise. It was a big disappointment.
This recipe does not tell you when to add the sugar? I am a novice at making bread so I tried this recipe. About half way through I realized this recipe does not tell you when to add the sugar. I decided to add it at a point that I thought would be ok, however I guess it wasn't the right time to add it. Therefore the bread did not rise and I ended up throwing away the whole batch. As I hate wasting food this made me pretty upset. Whoever submitted this I would highly recommend rewriting the recipe with more clear instructions for beginners as the title of the recipe sort of makes it seem like this is a good recipe for beginners.
Despite letting dough rise over 2 1/2 hrs, it didn't double. Couldn't believe it then said add more flour then cut and let it rise TWO MORE HOURS! What a waste of time.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Monica's Never Fail Rolls
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 144
** Calories from Fat: 59
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