Buttery Yeast Rolls
Have you shied away from making homemade yeast rolls because you thought it was too hard? All that kneading and tossing flour have you confused? Bread-baking isn't all that difficult, and with a few professional tips, you can fill your house with the wonderful aroma of yeast bread baking in the oven. This yeast dinner roll recipe will change your mind and show you how easy and satisfying it is to make homemade bread. This recipe uses your heavy duty stand mixer; you don't have to add extra flour to prevent the dough from sticking to your surface like you would if kneading by hand, so ultimately the rolls are more tender and moister. Just use a small amount of extra flour for shaping – just enough to prevent the bread dough from sticking to your counter surface. To freeze leftover bread or an entire pan of baked rolls, cool completely after baking, then wrap securely in plastic wrap and place in a freezer bag. Warm them as needed. Go beyond the classic honey/butter combo and use these rolls to make slider sandwiches with leftover turkey/ham or breakfast sandwiches with egg and cheese.