Herbed Dinner Rolls
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + rising Bake: 15 min.
This is a wonderful recipe !! My family enjoys it , adults as well as the kids !!
I wanted to get a head start on Thanksgiving which happens to be tomorrow. I decided I wanted homemade dinner rolls and found this recipe that caught my eye because it uses a bread machine. Of course, you don’t have to use it but I love mine so I dusted it off and set it up. I had all the ingredients as I always keep bread flour in the fridge and yeast in the freezer.
Wonderful addition to my bread making. I also used the recipe to make the rolls without herbs, and very happy with them, too.
Actually made this recipe into two loaves of bread and in the food processor. The choice of herbs give this bread a wonderful flavor and give your kitchen and house a wonderful aroma!! Mixed all ingredients in food processor, split into two and let rise. Needs to cook a tad longer than if rolls. Very versatile recipe and delicious!!
These rolls are absolutely scrumptious! The herbs in them can be altered to your taste, and they add a subtle, but pleasant surprise!
Made these for Thanksgiving dinner. Will definitely make again. They made great slider rolls for leftover turkey sandwiches!
Fabulous all purpose roll recipe!
Tried the recipe twice. First time, made the dough, then per DH let it sit in the fridge overnight. Don't do that!!! The dough rose in the fridge, and when I divided it, it did not rise again. Got little nuggets. Second time, followed the instructions to the tee, without adding the butter and salt at the end. The rolls rose beautifully, had great texture, but were a little too yeasty and spicy for me. I actually deleted the recipe from my repertoire. Fortunately I froze the remaining rolls from the second batch and served them tonight with a fish soup that called for bread or rolls. These fit the bill. After defrosting them slightly, I heated them in the warming oven while the soup cooked and they went perfectly with the meal. DH thought they were wonderful for any dish that needed an extra pop of flavor in the bread. So . . . will probably keep a supply of these on hand in the freezer.
Love these rolls. Occasionally I omit the spices and brush with butter before going into the oven. Adding a mashed potato makes them extra fluffy-soft. :) thank you for this recipe!
These were awesome and easy to make. The rolls are great for sandwiches the next day. Definitely a keeper!