Dinner Rolls and the secrets behind making these soft dinner rolls.
Here is my favorite website to get the recipe for dinner rolls https://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/big-batch-quick-dinner-rolls-recipe. It’s a great recipe I have a few things I’d like to tweak to make outstanding dinner rolls to impress the dinner guest. One thing I stress about making bread is that nothing is quick about the process. I don’t care if the recipe says ” quick.” It considered a quick method because you can use instant yeast verses say ” dry active yeast,” where you have to activate the yeast before you put into the bread flour. Instant yeast is easier and saves you time because you can just toss into the bread flour and follow the steps in the recipe. But make no mistake bread-making of any type always takes about 2-3 hours to get it right. The one ingredient I added to this recipe was 2 tablespoons of instant mash potatoes. Just two tablespoons of instant mash potatoes give the dinner rolls a softer longer shelve life after it’s baked and cooled. If you like to butter the dinner rolls, I say do that after it comes out of the oven. I literally take a stick of butter using only top of the butter, and rub the top of the buns with a little bit of butter. That way you’re hands don’t get too messy and buttering job gets don’t in a jiffy.