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What do you do when you need fluffy dinner rolls soon, and want them to be homemade, AND you need them asap? MAKE THIS RECIPE and pull hot, fluffy dinner rolls out of the oven in about 30 minutes.
I’ve long been a fan of my breadmaker. It takes all the work out of bread and pizza dough, and turns out a consistent product every time. BUT, it takes an hour and a half to be ready to pull out and shape/bake – and then needs to be given more time to rise…. and I needed them (and dinner) to be ready in 45 minutes.
Could I have run to the store? Sure. But WHY? When I can make these little beauties from scratch (and now, so can you!!)
These would be great for holidays, weeknights, basically – any time you need them.
What do you do when you need dinner rolls soon, and want them to be homemade, AND you need them asap? MAKE THIS RECIPE and pull hot, fluffy rolls out of the oven in about 30 minutes. #bread #rolls #dinnerrolls# quickrecipe #homemade Click To Tweet
I mean, look at the fluffiness!!
30 minute dinner rolls – the flavor
If you are worried that they’ll be overwhelmingly yeast-y tasting (2 Tbs yeast sounds like a lot), stop worrying – they’re not! These are tender-soft, and and absolutely divine.
You need these in your life. Go, make a batch. Please.
How to make easy homemade bread rolls
- Add water, oil, yeast and sugar to the bowl of your stand mixer
- Rest 10 minutes.
- Add some of the flour, the salt and egg into the yeast mixture using a dough hook, and mix, adding remaining flour gradually.
- Mix until a smooth ball forms, then divide into rolls.
- Allow to rise, covered for 10 minutes. Preheat the oven while you wait!
- Bake for 10 minutes, or until the tops are golden brown.
- Brush with butter, and serve!
- (see that was easy, right?)
Want more bread? How about these?
- In the bowl of your stand mixer, combine the warm water, oil, yeast, and sugar.
- Allow to rest for 10 minutes (the yeast should bloom, and the mixture will look "puffy")
Add 2 cups of the flour, the salt, and the egg into the yeast mixture using a dough hook, and mix.
- Add the remaining flour gradually.
- Let your mixer do the work and let it knead it all together until it becomes smooth ball. The dough will be fairly soft.
- Shape dough into 12 balls and place in a 9x13 pan.
- Let dough rest for 10 minutes, and heat your oven to 400F.
- Bake for 10 minutes or until tops are just golden brown.
- Remove from oven, and brush tops with butter.