With the Holidays fast approaching, this is one thing that ALWAYS is found on every ones table, ROLLS!
I have tried many MANY recipes for rolls over the years, trying to find the PERFECT one.
Thankfully, this one doesnt require a stand mixer! YET they are just as incredible , seriously.
This is the recipe my family has used for awhile now, especially when we didnt OWN a mixer (my hand was the mixer! lol)
They were perfectly fluffy and the taste was out of this world!
Once you try these, you will never go buy store bought ones AGAIN.
One bite….and there is no turning back! 😀
I used them for Sunday Dinners, Holidays and when I made sliders- perfect for so many things and they keep pretty well too!
I want to use this recipe to do some different types of sliders, which should be coming to the blog SOON!
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The Ultimate Dinner Rolls - NO MIXER NEEDED!
- 1 tbsp dry yeast
- 1/2 cup warm water
- 1 tablespoon garlic powder
- 4 1/2 Cups Pillsbury Bread Flour
- 2 teaspoons of salt
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1 cup whole Milk
- 5 Tablespoons butter, melted
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 4 tablespoons melted butter for basting -during and after
- In a medium mixing bowl, add your water, dry yeast and sugar together ONLY and allow it to sit for about 10 minutes, it will begin to appear 'foamy-ish' (trust me, its fine) then set aside.
- in a SEPARATE Large bowl- add in only the flour, garlic powder & salt- then mix until well incorporated.
- Next, add the milk, eggs, butter and the foamy yeast into the same large bowl and mix with a spoon until well combined and thick.
- Cover the large bowl with a towel and let it sit in a warm area for around 2 hours so it can properly rise.
- Once it has risen, you want to mix it a bit more to remove some of the bubbles before we start rolling the dough.
- Butter the bottom of a large baking tray and set it aside.
- Now, take some flour and just lightly dust where you will be rolling the dough, spread your dough even out and add a bit more flour over the top (so its not SO sticky) then start rolling your balls
- Place the balls, one by one on the buttered baking tray, making the rolls even in size and spacing at least 2 inches apart
- Once the rolls are all formed and on the tray, let them sit for about 45 min (so they can rise a bit more before baking)
- Preheat your oven to 375F
- Bake them for 7 minutes, pull them half out of the oven- brush 2 tablespoons of the melted butter on top of all the rolls evenly, return back to the oven for a remaining 8 minutes OR until browned on the tops.
- Remove rolls from oven and use the remaining two tablespoons of melted butter to brush all of the rolls again.
- Allow to sit a couple minutes, then serve warm.
NOTE you may use as much flour as needed to avoid the dough sticking to your hands too much!