One Hour Bread Rolls -

One Hour Bread Rolls

Good IdeasOne hour dinner rolls:
(Amber Hawman’s Recipe)
2 packages yeast
1t salt
1/4 c warm water
3T sugar
4T butter
1 1/4 c milk
3 c flour (more if needed)
*Dissolve yeast in the warm water.  Heat milk, but do not boil!  Add butter
(I put it in cold so it cools milk down), salt and sugar.  Let mixture cool a minute and then add it to yeast mixture.  Add flour, and dough will be sticky. You may add more flour for a stiffer dough if desired.  Knead for a few minutes and then place in a greased bowl and cover.  Let it raise for 15 minutes.  Shape into rolls.  Place in a greased pan, cookie sheet or muffin pans.  Let raise for fifteen more minutes.  Bake for 10-13 minutes at 400 degrees.  They are done when they are golden on top…..but let me just just say….yummy!

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3 Responses to “One Hour Bread Rolls”

  1. David says:

    I have to say…Amy, your rolls are celestial!

  2. Jackie says:

    I just made these rolls for dinner and they are scrumptious!! I made them in a muffin pan, and they are cooked perfectly and taste even better. Yay for good new recipes!

  3. […] (I put it in cold so it cools milk down), salt and sugar. Let mixture cool a minute and then add it to yeast mixture. Add flour, and dough will be sticky. You may add more flour for a stiffer dough if desired. Knead for a few minutes and then place in a greased bowl and cover. Let it raise for 15 minutes. One Hour Bread Rolls | – StumbleUpon […]

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