These rolls were fine until I went to try to get the damp cloth off of them, after I had made them into balls and let them rise the 40 minutes. I couldn't get it off without completely deflating the rolls and taking some of the dough off with the cloth. I ended up having to throw the whole mess away. I used more flour like other reviewers suggested. I used paper towels, damp, not dry, rather than a damp cloth because I was afraid that the weight of the cloth (being damp and more heavy) would prevent the rolls from rising the second time. Maybe that was the problem. I even tried getting the towel wet before I removed it, like one reviewer said helped her get it off the rolls. I may try this recipe again, not sure. I think the end product would have been great, but not sure how to get there. I guess I'll try it once more and this time use a cloth rather than paper towels that were damp.
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These rolls were fine until I went to try to get the damp cloth off of them, after I had made...