Wednesday, February 20, 2013

60 Minute Rolls

Bread9.jpgThese dinner rolls have become a staple in our home. As far as dinner rolls go, this one takes the cake on speed. From start to finish you can have them done in 60 minutes. That's right! It takes just one hour to make them. These rolls have saved me many times when I have forgotten to make my rolls earlier in the day.
Bread1.jpgBegin by proofing your yeast with a mixture of water, yeast, and sugar. After just 10-15 minutes your yeast should look just as fabulous as this.
Bread2.jpgAdd some flour to a mixing bowl and make a well in the center. When the yeast has been proofed pour yeast mixture into the center of the well. 
Bread3.jpgMelt some butter and add it to the dough. Then add a little more flour.
Bread4.jpgOnce the dough gathers around the dough hook and pulls away from the side of the mixing bowl roll into a ball and let the dough rise for about 15 minutes.
Bread5.jpgThe dough should rise quickly if it's in a warm place. Then punch dough down and form 24 balls. Space them out evenly on two baking sheets. Let them rise while the oven is preheating. Then bake them!
Bread6.jpgIn just 10 minutes you'll have some hot, buttery rolls ready to be devoured.
Bread8.jpgThese rolls go great with everything. I even make sliders with them or eat them with a little butter too! It's a win win kind of roll. Thank you to my sister-in-law, Nikara, for sharing this recipe with me. I adapted it just a tad, because I just love butter over oil. ;)
60 Minute Dinner Rolls Recipe copy


Lauren said...

I love carbs and those rolls look great. There will be carbs in Heaven, I know it.

Heather said... hour you say?

I might just make these for Lenten supper tonight. Thanks for sharing!

Virginia said...

Thank you!!!!