these rolls tasted pretty good. they had a nice flavor, although they were a little tough the next day. i added about 2 tbsp of clover honey just because i love honey, but i'm sure they are good w/o that addition. i didn't want to use my breadmaker so i did it by hand. mix the water, a pinch of sugar, and yeast together (i just put them in a measuring cup) and let it proof, about ten minutes or until it gets bubbly. then just mix all the ingredients together (i usually use a wooden spoon), adding the flour last, until you have a sticky dough. knead on a floured surface until you get a smooth ball, place in a greased bowl, cover with a clean kitchen towel or greased plastic wrap, and let it rise about 2 hrs in a warm place. then follow the directions from there. my apt was kind of cool, so it didn't rise really well the first time, but after i shaped them (i just cut into squares, i had about 24 rolls), buttered the tops, and let them rise again while i drove to mom's in the warm car (about 45 minute drive), they about doubled in size. they cooked for about 20 minutes and everyone loved them. i thought they tasted good, seemed just a tad dry. i may add a little more butter or less flour next time. otherwise, this is a great recipe. thanks for sharing.
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these rolls tasted pretty good. they had a nice flavor, although they were a little tough the...