Total TimePrep: 25 min. + rising Bake: 20 min.
Recently made these rolls and took some to my neighbors..we all loved them!!! Soft and yummy, a real keeper of a recipe. I had always liked dilly bread and made it so these were a perfect smaller version A++ Agree with egg wash suggestion below!
These were very tasty. They mixed up quickly and easily. My family thought they were delicious. Added to my recipe box as I will make these often. Thanks for a delicious recipe.
My Grandma used to make dill buns every time I would go visit. Unfortunately I never got the recipe from her then I found this! Almost exactly like I remember them so delicious and soft the only problem is now I have to make them all the time because everyone loves them! PS for that extra curb appeal I think it’s worth throwing an egg wash on before baking!
I have been making these for Christmas ever since the recipe was in my Taste of Home magazine. It is my absolute favorite and it is the most asked for bread during the Holidays.I have made this in my bread machine and also made it by hand from scratch . I give this recipe a 100% rating !!!
I have been making these rolls for family get togethers since this was first published in the magazine. They are a nice alternative to plain dinner rolls and as the contributer of the recipe stated, they are great the next day for egg salad, etc. I have never had an issue with these rising and they always turn out light and fluffy.
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A new favorite. Soft and flavorful. Excellent!
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Ooops, forgot to say "add remaining flour while dough is in bread machine."
Best rolls I've ever made. Put 1st 10 ingredients in food processor, ran it, added 1 cup flour, ran it, then poured all into bread machine. Put on knead and rise program only. These rolls will continue to rise quite a bit while baking. Very light and tender with a subtle onion/dill taste. Recipe is a keeper!