Beyond fantastic. I'm pretty new to yeast so I was a bit scared. Also, my oven isn't the greatest so I think next time I'll leave these in for about 25 min.
Since I don’t have a bread machine here is what I did:
1.Sift flower into bowl and set aside.
2.Proof the yeast with the water and sugar and let sit for 10 minutes until frothy.
3.Combine the butter, pudding mix, milk, egg, and salt. Mix with a mixer.
4.Mix in the yeast mixture to the mixture in #2.
5.Start to add the flour slowly. I added it about a half a cup at a time sifting it again. (I found that no matter what I make, it always seems to come out better when I double sift the flour.) I used the mixer until the dough got too dense to mix anymore. 6.Knead dough for about 8-10 min until it forms a ball.
7.Place ball in lightly greased bowl and roll to make sure the entire ball is lightly greased. This keeps the top part from becoming dry. Cover lightly and let rise for about an hour. I let my rise on the stove having the oven on a low setting.
8.After the dough rises, roll out into rectangle (mine was a little bigger then 17X10) For the inside part of the rolls, instead of using the given instructions I took the tips of some other reviews and did the following: I mixed together one stick of butter, 1 cup brown sugar, and 2 Tablespoons of cinnamon. (I didn’t use the pecans). I mixed all together with a mixer until it formed a paste-like material. I then just spread it as evenly as I coul
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Beyond fantastic. I'm pretty new to yeast so I was a bit scared. Also, my oven isn't the...