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Rolls

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MarblesMom

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And my total cheat frozen dough balls, getting ready to rise for 3 - 5 hours, per the package.  "Someone" suggested eating at 1 pm, so I am up before the sun to make this all happen.

Please excuse the stovetop - I know, I know, the 80's called and they want their kitchen back.  Working on it, I promise.

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DaniLouisiana

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I like the muffin tin for the rolls! I'm going to do that next time. I do the frozen rolls too-makes life so much easier when hubs "suggests" fresh rolls to go with stew etc.

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PennySycamore

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My rolls turned out pretty good, but they would have been better without so much yeast.  The recipe for Parker House Rolls from Beard on Bread calls for 2 packets of yeast.  A packet of active dry yeast used to contain a tablespoon.  Now a packet of yeast is about 2 and 1/4 teaspoons.  You might think the extra yeast would not that big a difference, but slower rising makes for more flavorful rolls.  The dough had doubled in bulk in about 25 minutes.  There was also the mess that the dough made on the counter while it was proofing.

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MarblesMom

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I am not brave enough to try them from scratch @PennySycamore!  Here is what is left of the rolls - so buttery and amazing.  Mr MM said he ate 7.  Seven.  SEVEN.

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      1 minute ago, Daisy0322 said:

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