These Delicious Quick Dinner Rolls are soft, tender, and incredibly simple to make. They’re absolutely delicious and perfect for holiday dinners, parties or any meal.
These Lion House rolls are always going to be my most favorite rolls in the history of the world, and these rustic dinner rolls are probably a close second, but you can never have too many favorite rolls, right?
These Delicious Quick Dinner Rolls are going to make your life so much easier, especially when you’re in a pinch and need rolls sooner than later.
So even if you’re like me and have your favorites, I promise these rolls are worth a try.
These rolls are so good! They’re soft and fluffy, but not so much that they fall apart. You can load them up with as much butter and jam as you’d like and they will hold up just fine.
We used these the other night to make turkey sandwiches on and can I just say they were some of the best turkey sandwiches we’ve eaten.
Thanksgiving is a week away, which gives you plenty of time to give these a trial run, and I highly recommend that you do.
TIPS FOR MAKING THESE ROLLS:
- Make sure you don’t add too much flour. You most likely will not use the full 7 cups for flour (I never have). You want the dough to be slightly sticky/tacky. Don’t worry about the dough sticking to your hands when you form it into balls, if it does, you can spray cooking spray on your hands to prevent it from sticking. If you use too much flour, the rolls will be heavy and nearly as good.
- If you want to freeze these rolls, let them rise for about 10 minutes on the counter after you’ve placed them on the pans, then wrap them in freezer-safe bags, or a double layer of bread bags (this works great if you use round pans, if not use a few layers of plastic wrap), seal well and place in the freezer for up to 4 weeks. To bake after freezing, remove the wrapped buns from the freezer the night before you want to bake them and let them thaw in the fridge overnight. Bake at 350°F, and add about 5 to 10 extra minutes to the baking time to account for the chilled dough.
- I like to weigh my dough balls and get them as close to all the same size as possible, this isn’t necessary, I just like them to be all the same size (I know, lame!)
Recipe Source: King Arthur Flour