These rolls come out soft and fluffy. Brush them on the top with some extra butter when they are still fresh out of the oven and they will be heavenly.
One of the things I am working on learning the ins and outs of is bread making. I’m finding this project to be both one of mine and Chuck’s favorites. I just love the smell of fresh bread, and the process of making it is very relaxing. For Chuck it’s all about the eating part. A typical loaf in our house doesn’t last very long, since he attacks it with the veracity of a starving lion. I have to fight him to make sure I get my fair share. Married life can be hell I tell you!
But in all seriousness, while I’ve been experimenting with bread for a while now, I still feel like I’ve got a lot to learn. There’s just so many different types of bread! Right now I’ve pretty much perfected the basic Dutch oven bread, and this recipe for dinner rolls. It, like most bread recipes is just a handful of ingredients that come together beautifully, and in just the right amount of time to serve with dinner. If you’re new to roll baking these are the ones to start with.
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