They taste good and were easy enough to make, but I did have some difficulty with this recipe.
First I took another reviewers advice and added less sugar (2tbsp). I'm glad I did that. I have never made a kneaded dough recipe before (I watched my mother bake bread when I was a kid, but this was the first time I did something 100% on my own)
I wasnt entirely sure what "soft dough" was so I guessed with the flour addition (i used exactly 3 c.) I kneaded the dough as instructed, again I believe it reached the "smooth and elastic" in about the amount of time mentioned in the recipe.
When it came to baking, where I had my issues, I found that it took a lot longer than suggested to reach "golden brown" - in fact, I had to pull them out before they barely had any color on them at all because their bottoms were getting dark.
Flavorwise, these rolls are pretty "yeasty", another reviewer suggested using less yeast, and I would like to try that. Dont get me wrong, thy tasted good, but I think regarding a hamburger roll, I would want a less flavorful bun. Also, if you make the 12, as suggested, they are small- very nearly "slider" size.
I'm not sure if I did anything wrong, but mine all cracked on the top, and had a fairly dense consistency. I'd try making these again,though, because they are easy and good. just a bit tricky for a beginner-but a good starting point!