Sweet Dinner Rolls
This basic homemade dinner roll recipe is the only one you'll ever need. It makes soft, sweet dinner rolls, and can also be used for cinnamon rolls.
these are the best rolls I have ever made. The first time I made them, I followed instructions and used all purpose flour. They were tasty but a little dense and not flakey. The way I make them now, they turn out so airy, flakey and buttery - almost like a croissant. What I do: I heat the milk and water in a small bowl, then add yeast and 1 TBS of sugar (from the 1/3 cup - I even add a bit less than 1/3 in total as it was too sweet the first time - about 1/3 minus 2 TBS) and let rise and get foamy. In my KA Mixer I beat the butter and sugar, add egg and salt and beat, then add my yeasty liquid and slowly incorporate BREAD flour - it makes a huge difference. I knead the dough in the machine for 5 minutes then let it rest for 15. The dough starts out sticky but after 5 minutes of machine kneading it is perfect and you do not even need any flour to roll it out. Next I use a pizza slicer and cut the dough in half, roll out each half into a circle, add the butter on top and use the cutter to cut each circle in
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Absolutely wonderful dinner rolls!! I made this recipe using my bread machine and the dough turned out perfect. I did use a spoon to drop in flour into measuring cup so I didn't use too much flour (so the bread would rise properly). I baked half the recipe and froze the other half. I decided to make round dinner rolls. To freeze the rolls I placed the round rolls on a flat surface in the freezer and allowed them to freeze. Then I transfered them into a freezer safe container until ready to use. Take rolls from freezer and allow to thaw and double in size. Then bake. I did bake the rolls at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes.
These fluffy, soft rolls made with butter and love stay soft for days.