Well, my dough is mixed and resting in the frige right now, so I don't know what they'll taste like, but I used my Kitchenaid mixer with the paddle first and dough hook second and even though I used all 6 1/2 cups of flour, my dough was soooo sticky! No one else has mentioned sticky dough, so maybe it's just me? Plus, I am a little confused as to where to let the rolls rise after being in the fridge overnight: in the fridge, or on the countertop? I'm going to bet on the countertop, so I'll let everyone know. I'm also used to placing dough in a greased bowl, and there was no mention of that in this recipe, but I did it anyway. Three stars so far for the confusion.*****update: I changed my review to 2 stars because the rising rolls stuck to the non-linty towels that I used to cover them, and when all was said and done, I had bread shaped like rounds of dough. My dough was still sticky when pinching off pieces to place on the cookie sheets for the final rise, and these didn't melt in your mouth or were fluffy----it was bread in texture and taste. I guess that's ok if you wanted to make homemade bread without kneading it.....but I won't be making this recipe again. Not impressed at all.
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Well, my dough is mixed and resting in the frige right now, so I don't know what they'll taste...