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Thursday, January 5, 2012

Dinner Rolls

Since I was off for 2 weeks for Christmas break I did get more time to bake. I stocked up on flour, eggs and butter just so we could do so. These dinner rolls are so good and easy to make, a great addition to any meal or sandwich for lunch! I didn't roll them into neat little balls I just cut them with a dough cutter and placed it in a round stoneware baker. Just covered with a clean linen dish cloth to rise, no butter.


Dinner Rolls - recipe from For the Love of Cooking

1 cup water
2 tablespoons butter (softened)
1 egg (held under warm water)
3 1/4 cups flour
1/4 cup sugar
1 teaspoon salt
3 teaspoons yeast

Add ingredients to your bread machine in order listed
Select the dough cycle and press start. When dough is ready, divide dough into 15 pieces and shape each piece into a ball. Place 2 inches apart on greased cookie sheet, or stoneware pan (like I do) Brush with butter then cover; let rise in a warm place 30 to 4o minutes or until doubled in size.

Preheat oven to 375 degrees and bake 8-10 minutes or until golden brown. Enjoy


Can you believe I made these? Yum!




Thanks to Heather at girlichef for hosting Bake Your Own Bread.

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32 comments:

  1. Those are bursting with softness and comfort!

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  2. Happy new year my friend! Hat's off for making your own dinner rolls :)

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  3. Yum is right! Nothing smells better than bread baking in the oven. And nothing tastes better.

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  4. those look perfect! gorgeous sunset too! :)

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  5. Perfect! I have to try your method; melt in your mouth goodness.
    Rita

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  6. Well done! Those look fabulous :)

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  7. Oh, Lindsey! these are the kind of dinner rolls that I would have to have on hand, and even freeze them. So, so, perfect, soft, and over the top super delicious. I do have a bread machine, which I rarely use, even when I make things with yeast, and have all the ingredients on hand.

    After seeing your gorgeous dinner rolls, I will make these this weekend, even if I'm on my WW diet, I can still have 1 roll, and let the family eat the rest!
    Thanks for sharing my all-time fave dinner rolls! Woo hooo!xoxo

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  8. I love dinner rolls that are served warm and this looks so soft and easy to make. Thanks for sharing Lyndsey:)

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  9. Confession: I've never made biscuits. (Ouch that hurts). You just made them seem so accessible and yes, I believe you made them and yes, they are perfect!

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  10. I can smell those from here, Lyndsey! Winter is the time for making yeast breads and rolls, in my opinion.
    Great recipe! Easy, too.

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  11. I love dinner rolls and these look amazing:)

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  12. They are so fluffy! They look amazing, bravo :)

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  14. Lyndsey, these are beautiful rolls! I can't imagine how delicious these were... one day I'll make my own bread just like yours!

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  15. Nothing like a big fluffy homemade roll-yum! These are definitely something that would be a hit at our house. Well done!

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  16. Your dinner rolls look delicious and fluffy indeed, it's not so difficult to make rolls after all huh!:)

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  17. Those rolls look very professional, yum yum. That sunset is superb. Diane

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  18. Fresh baked rolls are the best! That sunset is gorgeous.

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  19. These rolls are making me feel so hungry!

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  20. They look easy-peasy and so light and fluffy. I can't help but love them!

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  21. That sure looks yummy! And what's funny: my mom told me this weekend that she has made something similar for the first time (the Austrian version called "Striezel") and that she will send me the recipe. As soon as I receive it, I'll try it out and write a post, with a link to your recipe. Cheers from France!

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  22. they look good and i'm sure you're proud making those! that's a beautiful shot that you took on the sunset.

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  23. I LOVE dinner rolls. So fluffy and delicious. Perfect for anytime snacking, not just dinner! These look great.

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  24. Your dinner rolls look so soft and fluffy! Homemade rolls are just the best. Great shot of the sunset too! :)

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  25. I can imagine how amazing they must have smelled while baking. They looks so light and fluffy!

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  26. OMG! this is my kind of dinner rolls. I can stop when I start eating. I have a bread machine and have not use it for centuries. Now I got a reason to dig it out to use it.

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  27. Your rolls look perfect, Lyndsey! I hope you'll link up and send them over for BYOB- Bake Your Own Bread (http://www.girlichef.com/p/byob-bake-your-own-bread.html) which I'm hosting at my place this year! =)

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  28. Good, now I'm seeing you making some buns! Well, have to tell bread making is kinda a addictive. haha....
    Kristy

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  29. These buns look so soft and delicious - wonderful job :)

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