I don't have a bread machine, so I processed these using my KitchenAid, and I let them sit for about an hour (didn't increase in size at all, unfortunately). After additional kneading (after that first hour), I don’t know if this is standard, but it took my rolls almost 3 hours to double in size! I was going to just throw in the towel after the first 40 minutes, but luckily my husband had an additional 2 hours of yard work to do. So, I set the baking sheets of rolls on my dishwasher (which had recently ran a load and was still quite warm) with the towel over them and took my time. Lo and behold, when I finally went to throw them in the oven, they had finally almost doubled in size. *LoL* Maybe it’s because we live in Phoenix and are already running our air conditioning throughout the house (set to about 80 degrees)? Who knows.
Overall, they were very yummy, even though they didn’t raise quite enough. We will definitely be eating them again!
(For those wondering, the only thing I had to change (as we don’t use milk) is I changed the milk to water. I used a .25 ounce packet of active dry yeast, as per the instructions.)
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I don't have a bread machine, so I processed these using my KitchenAid, and I let them sit for...