OMGoodness! I just pulled them out of the oven. Forgot to add the butter on top, but slathered some on when I pulled them apart. Wow. I cut the recipe in half. I used an oiled pyrex 9 x 12 glass baking dish. I put the ingredients in my bread machine on dough cycle and when it was done, pulled it out, dumped it into an oiled bowl, punched it down, covered it and let it rise for an hour. Then I pulled pieces off the dough (about an inch or so a piece) rolled them up (not perfectly), and put them in the pyrex just touching. I got about 24 rolls out of it, and they all fit in the dish. I let it rise for another hour, then put it into the 400 degree oven for 15 minutes. The tops were brown, the bread was soft and scrumtious. When I pulled it out of the oven, all had grown together like several brown topped soft pillows in the dish. These were much more delicious than anything I ever could have bought. This recipe is the best. Soft, warm, tasty buns. I will make these always when I need or want dinner rolls. They are much better than "rolls". I bet I could make a batch or two and freeze them. Tell your aunt THANKS!!! I am indebted. Best rolls I've ever made or tasted. Thank you, Cristy.
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OMGoodness! I just pulled them out of the oven. Forgot to add the butter on top, but...