Baker’s Dozen Yeast Rolls
Total TimePrep: 25 min. + rising Bake: 15 min.
I made the rolls but just made them like regular rolls . They were delicious!
So delicious and easy. I leave the garlic out when serving with some dishes. It’s good either way.
I love the convenience of using my bread maker on the "dough" setting to make these rolls. After the cycle is completed I form the bought and let the rolls rise for 45 minutes and bake, then brush with melted butter. It's easy to double the recipe too. These rolls freeze really well too.
Came out wonderfully! I wish I could post a picture. Smelled amazing as they were baking. I didn't have quick-rise yeast, so I let them rise a little longer, just kept an eye on them.
I can't believe how perfect these turned out to be so easy and using so few ingredients! They were so so soft and feathery. I left out the cheese and brushed plain butter over the top as I was looking for an easy yeast roll recipe and I have found it! These were a great addition to our Easter dinner.
Made with no adjustments. The Quick Rise yeast made this recipe easy and the results were great. No leftovers!
De-e-e-licious! I made no adjustments and was happy for an opportunity to use my Quick Rise Yeast. Last time I bought supplies I picked some up along with the Active Rise. I certainly appreciated how easy it worked, I can't stand long because of some physical problems right now, really needed to cut time if possible. I am waiting for my granddaughter to come take some home.
What is quick rise yeast
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I use bread flour, regular yeast and double rise the dough. First rise in a greased bowl after mixing all the ingredients for 45 minutes then a second 45 minute rise after I’ve shaped them. They’re delicious and a huge hit. I actually tripled the recipe once and it still wasn’t enough. I use McCormick Pink Himalayan Garlic Salt for the topping. Really makes a difference.