This recipe is similar to the one my mom has always used. She is famous in our family for these rolls, and no Thanksgiving would be complete without them. I have made them many times myself, but it was a lot of work to make it her way, by hand. The idea of using a bread machine (which has just been gathering dust in the basement) was my inspiration to look online, and I'm glad I found this recipe. I used milk instead of water to match my mom's recipe. I used all purpose flour, since I didn't have bread flour, but I added a tablespoon of vital wheat gluten. I also used an envelope of regular active yeast rather than a tablespoon...I think the envelope has slightly less than a tablespoon, but that's what I had. My mom also heats the milk and melts the butter, so I did that in the microwave. My bread machine requires liquids at bottom, so I added the warm liquid, cracked the egg in, then added the dry on top. The dough came out a perfect consistency. I shaped the rolls and let them rise a bit more before freezing them. I will take them out on Thanksgiving morning, let them defrost, rise a bit more and bake. Thanksgiving was never so easy! Thank you!
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This recipe is similar to the one my mom has always used. She is famous in our family for...