It's true, these are "to die for". I did take the advice of others and added about 1 1/2 tsp of honey to the proof mixture. I'm at high altitude and for me it took 3 1/2 cups bread flour and I also lowered the heat to 375 and they came out fine. Didn't change the other ingredients. Baked until the tops were light brown then brushed with butter then put back in oven a few more minutes to a nice golden brown. The crust was crisp and the inside was chewy as advertised. These were perfect with the easy french dip recipe. Too bad it didn't turn out for one of the reviewers. Avoid terry cloth towels, they will stick to rising dough (i've made that mistake) and flatten your buns. If you bake flattened dough it will be hard like cookies (my sister in law did that and yes the rolls were bricks) Use linen type kitchen towels, they work better
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It's true, these are "to die for". I did take the advice of others and added about 1 1/2 tsp...