Yield: Yields 16 rolls.
Try fresh herbs, poppyseeds, or black pepper and Cheddar to give these easy dinner rolls a flavor twist.
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Make Ahead Tips
A day ahead, prepare the dough, shape the rolls, and arrange them in a baking dish. Cover with plastic and refrigerate overnight. Take the rolls out of the fridge about 4 hours before you want to bake them. Set them in a warm place until they rise as described in the recipe. Or, bake the rolls a day ahead and store them, covered in the pan, at room temperature. Reheat at 300°F, covered loosely with foil, until warm. The baked rolls can also be frozen for up to two months before thawing at room temperature. Reheat as instructed above.
The only soft dinner roll recipe you need to know.
My family & guests love these. This is my go to recipe when I want to impress, with homemade dinner rolls. I always make the herb version, choosing herbs to complement the main dish.
These are the best rolls ever. I make them all of the time. They have a great taste, soft texture but not like white "glue" bread.
These were so easy to make, and had a great texture and flavor. I did the herb variation and used the suggested parsley, chives and thyme. Will make the cheddar variation next.
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