I found this recipe 5 years ago when I was living in Trinidad. Every Sunday I would cook a nice dinner for my husband and me and also for anywhere from 4-10 young missionaries. Not only did I love it at first bite, but no matter how many dozen I would make, they would all get eaten. I've made this recipe in Guyana and Fiji where I was also serving young missionaries. And when I lived in china for a year teaching English, I made it for a group of American teachers whenever it was my turn to cook the rolls for our weekly Sunday dinner gathering. So, the rolls from this recipe has been loved and devoured all over the world. They are easy to make. My grandchildren love the crescent shape. The adults always admire their light and melt-in-your-mouth texture.
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I found this recipe 5 years ago when I was living in Trinidad. Every Sunday I would cook a...