These were a breeze using the bread machine to make the dough. I skipped scalding the milk and just combined it with the water. I'm not sure what I missed out on by doing this but these turned out beautiful and worthy of serving at Thanksgiving dinner. Definitely a keeper.
I used butter in place of shortening. And (after I post a picture) you will see that I rolled most in knot rolls the best I could. These turned out great! Very much a dinner roll and paired great with our rotisserie chicken dinner. I will definitely make again!
I followed the recipe as is and they have turned out great ever time. The family gives it
My rolls did not rise up pretty like the photo so I am disappointed in their appearance. I let them rise for extra time covered in a warm place.They did not rise enough to be fluffy they taste good but are dense. Is one package of yeast enough?
Very good! I followed the recipe exactly and even at 7 000 feet elevation didn t have to change a thing. I ll be making these again!
Very easy to make
Great & easy recipe. Made these in my breadmaker (wet ingred 1st then dry yeast last - dough setting) at Thanksgiving couldn't believe how great they turned out. Everyone loved them. I did follow the recipe and scald the milk. Buns were light but rich with flavour. Making them again to go with tonights pot roast. It's a keeper!
My family loved these! A lot! I subbed butter in the recipe and used olive oil to grease the bowl and dough ball and also the cookie sheet I used to cook them on. The olive oil gave it a great crunch. For some reason after the recommended time the rolls were not brown yet. So I raised the temp to 400 and left them in another 10-12 min until I liked the color. They were so delicious! A keeper no more packaged rolls for us! Also I think they would be great made into a sweet roll! Trying that next! Update: I have made these at least 6 times. They turn out great every time. I decided to make the dough the day before and put them in the fridge. Even with leaving them out for 2 hours they did not rise like normal. I do not recommend making them a day ahead. They still tasted delicious!
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