These turned out rather nice despite my budding bread making skills. This recipe is so easy as the bread machine does most of the work. I cannot for the life of me divide dough evenly. When I must even it out I'm forever dealing with separating creases that refuse to smooth out and blend completely. I worry that this may make the end product full of air holes. I fear the extra handling may cause tough bread. I'm also very shape challenged. Make a round mound? Heart, oval, square, oblong... everything but! This recipe is hardly to blame for my failings and I shouldn't be so hard on myself. Bread making takes much practice. If shaping ability is a main shortcoming, then I should be grateful and happy. And I really am. Tonight I made steak sandwiches a la Pioneer Woman. Normally I go for the bakery made onion buns but I'm pinching pennies and had the ingredients for these rolls. I followed a re-viewer's suggestion to top with caramelized onions; A wonderful tip but I must find a way to make the onion bits to stick to the bun tops better. These rolls had great flavour and just about perfect density. Perfect for a dinner sandwich. Thank you for the great recipe. I will make these again for sure. Practice, practice, practice!
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These turned out rather nice despite my budding bread making skills. This recipe is so easy as...