Nice recipe! I made one batch of Hamburger buns and a batch of hot dog buns. The hamburger buns were "prettier" than the hot dog buns but all tasted good! Will make them again! ***UPDATE*** I made this recipe again today. I needed hoagie rolls to put BBQ beef on. I just dropped the risen dough out of the bowl on to the floured bread board and just lightly flattened it out and left it in it's round shape. I cut it into 8 pieces like cutting a pie. I rolled up each "wedge" from the small end to the big end, and at the same time was pulling tension on the doughs surface. I let these roll up sit and rest for about 5 minutes and then rolled them out the length I wanted (about 9") I covered them with plastic wrap sprayed with Pam and let them proof about a half hour. Brushed them with an egg was and sprinkled sesame seeds on top and then made 4 diagonal slashes on each bun. Baked on a stone at 375* for about 12 minutes. 16 buns (double batch) and 7 adults for dinner, only 4 buns left over! Very good sandwich rolls! Sorry for the long review, but they were good!!
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Nice recipe! I made one batch of Hamburger buns and a batch of hot dog buns. The hamburger...