These turned out delicious! Here are my deviations from the recipe: First of all, I made 1/4 of the recipe (6 rolls). Second, when using Active Dry Yeast, sometimes you need to ACTIVATE it-- my 50-cent package came with directions on the back--basically take some water (deduct it from the recipe total), add some sugar for the yeast to eat, add the yeast, let it sit for 5 minutes or so, and THEN dump it in and continue with the recipe. This ensures the yeast is active. Third, I ended up using more than the apportioned amount of flour, simply because I don't know how to knead dough and kept adding some to keep it from sticking to me. Fourth, I let the rolls rise in my oven (heated to 170 and then turned off) since my house is about 60 this time of year (so consider the temperature as a factor in rising time). This took about 3-4 hours. They came out with good texture and the icing was very nom too!
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These turned out delicious! Here are my deviations from the recipe: First of all, I made 1/4...