Recipe by beth
"These rolls are soft and delicious and mixing them up in a bread machine makes them easy."
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3 1/4 cups
active dry yeast
I made these in the KA, kneaded for about 10 minutes, let the dough rise for about an hour, punched down and deflated the dough. From that point, I followed the rest of the recipe. The texture is light, the rolls are tender, they have just a hint of sweetness, and they cooked perfectly at 15 minutes. Great dinner rolls, but will make good slider buns or a bun for a breakfast sausage patty. I might try an egg wash the next time rather than brushing them with butter. Thanks, Beth, this is a 5-star recipe, we loved it!
Although easy to make, they seemed day old right out of the oven. They weren't the 'soft' rolls I was looking for or expected from such a highly rated recipe.
Seriously easy and fast! They came out perfectly. :) I never use my bread machine because it has never turned out a single decent loaf of bread. I wanted some rolls in a hurry and it wasn't going to be life or death if the recipe didn't work. I used Bronze Chief High Gluten Chemical Free flour just to see what would happen and the result was perfect! Definitely a go-to recipe.
Made these last night. Used the breadmaker dough setting. The dough was very wet and sticky, had to add a lot more bread flour to keep from sticking to the sides. Once I punched it down and removed from the pan it was still very sticky and hard to handle and I had a tough time separating into the pieces. All that being said, the rolls are great, everyone here loved them and I will be making them again. If not for the stickiness issue (and that was probably my fault some way), they are a 5 for sure because of the ease in making them and the great texture and taste. *****Updated**** made them again and they are perfect - figured it was user error last time. We are in love with the flavor and texture. My rating is a definite 5+++
These are the best hands down easy to make and believe me they are worth making.---Steve
This recipe is awesome. My whole family loved these rolls. They were great for little sandwiches the next day too. The first time I used all bread flour. The next time I used a mix of bread flour and white whole wheat flour. Great both ways!
I'll be making these again, they are so light and tender. I made this into 24 rolls in a 9"x 13" pan. They came out about the size of King's Hawaiian rolls, only a bit taller. I added a teaspoon each of poppy seeds and dried onion to the topping butter before baking and it came out nicely. I plan to make these again to use for my slider recipes.
After making buns by hand, this bread machine recipe is a life saver! The texture is soft with a sweet hint in the dough. I normally have to let the buns rise in the oven with light on for about an hour to give the second rise time. I have to say, after making them many, many times, they've never turned out poorly. Excellent recipe, thank you!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Soft Dinner Rolls
Serving Size: 1/15 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 15
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 35
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