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Food: Non-Disastrous Dinner Rolls

November 9, 2011

I wanted to make bread last weekend, but one of my main problems with baking (lack of patience on my part) got in the way. I didn’t want to wait hours for things to rise. I didn’t want to figure out whether or not something had doubled in diameter. And I didn’t want to put things on a warm counter overnight and get up at 4am to knead said things.

But, I consulted my Best Baking Recipes Supplement from Cooking Light again, and found “Flaky Dinner Rolls” that required a minimum of rising and kneading and absolutely no changes to my sleep schedule. A few notes about the recipe:

-If you microwave room temperature milk for 45 seconds, you can get it to the right temperature to mix with the yeast and sugar.
-If you don’t have a muffin tin, just cut the rolls into the size you want and put them on a pan.
-I think topping these with some course salt, garlic, and parsley would make them even better.
-Cooking Light thinks this makes 12 rolls – I made 8, but I actually think you COULD get 12 rolls out of this. For once, they got the serving size right.


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