Raised Rich Rolls
When I was a kid, these were the rolls my mother made for special occasions.
She usually tied them into knots.

Here they are on their last rise.
I sliced three of the tops to see if it made a difference.
sandwich rolls rising

Not much!
sandwich rolls after baking
I wondered if this recipe could be used for crescent rolls.
So I rolled out half of the dough, buttered it, cut into 12 wedges, and rolled.
crescent rolls rising
They were wonderful.

crescent rolls after baking


These are great buffet rolls.

And great sandwich rolls.

super sandwich roll from Raised Rich Rolls recipe

Recipe:  

Ingredients:


If you're making crescent rolls:
1/2 cup butter (for rolling out dough)


It makes a very soft dough.

I proofed the yeast,
then mixed all ingredients in the stand mixer for 12 minutes.

I let it rise, punch down,
rise, punch down
and shape into balls or crescents,
 rise again,
then bake @350.
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Published 3/27/12

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Some of my other kitchen experiments:
You can click on these links to see them.
Altoids copycat
Apple pie
Bean Soup
World's greatest Biscuits
Blueberry Buckle
Blooming Bread
Challah Bread
Dill Pickles
Focaccia
No-Knead Bread
Peanut Butter
Raised Rich Rolls
Raisin Bread
Ravioli
Yorkshire Pudding or Popovers