I made these following the recipe ALMOST word for word. I used bread flour instead of all purpose (things always seem less dense when I use bread flour in yeast bread recipes) and changed the order I added the ingredients. In a stand mixer I added the sugar, warm water, and yeast. After it's foamy I add about 2 cups of the bread flour, the egg, butter, salt, and oil. I use a bread hook and slowly add more flour until the dough pulls away from the sides. After letting the mixer knead the dough for 6 minutes I let it rise and formed little dough balls. I did NOT flatten them, as I like less flat buns. Other than the bread flour substitute, the order I added the ingredients, and not flattening the dough balls, I did everything word for word. I would dock a point for the dough ball formation technique being confusing, but it's a difficult technique to explain through text. I would search youtube for "how to shape a bread boule" as that would be an easier to understand presentation.
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I made these following the recipe ALMOST word for word. I used bread flour instead of all...