Monday, April 25, 2016

Soft Dinner Rolls

Well, back to Ryan's bad tooth dinner, now that the excitement of Kellie's big announcement and visit are over.

To go with his Cream of Spinach Soup, Ryan wanted really soft rolls, which he could eat without much chewing.  And, since I had a tooth go bad on me last Thursday (and went for a root canal on Friday), I pulled this recipe out again.  Nice flavor, very soft, what more is there to say?

SOFT DINNER ROLLS

1-1/4 cups very warm milk (110-120F)
2 tbsp yeast
4 cups flour
2 tbsp gluten powder (optional)
2 tbsp sugar
2 tsp salt
1/4 cup vegetable oil

Add ingredients to your mixing bowl or bread machine in the order given; process according to my directions (see link to the right ------>).  Form into 16 balls, place on baking sheets and flatten.  Let them rise 15 to 20 minutes, then bake at 375F for 15 to 20 minutes, depending upon how dark you want them.

Ryan swore that I kept him from starving to death in the 2 days before he had his tooth pulled with these rolls.  And, having eaten them with a very tender mouth over this weekend, I have to agree that for soft bread, these are the best!

Happy Monday, everyone!

6 comments:

~~louise~~ said...

Uh oh, I hope you "guys" I feeling better. I can't even believe you were up to baking anything after root canal Marjie!

These rolls sure do look heavenly though. You know me, I don't do yeasty things but if I did...

Thanks for sharing, Marjie...

Linda said...

I'm going to try these....I don't know what's happened to my bun making ability lately but it isn't good. Maybe if I quit with the dump and pour method.......

Big Dude said...

They do look soft and delicious.

grace said...

yum! i have great self-control around a surprising number of foods, but soft bread is my kryptonite!

Pam said...

I love soft dinner rolls! They look super tasty. I hope your sore teeth are on the mend.

Nichole Burke said...

Nothing beats fresh baked rolls/bread!