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Yeast Rolls ??? #8956863 11/17/23 12:34 PM
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These are something I have never mastered, always done by one of the older females on either my wife's side or my side of the family. They no longer are in the picture and I have tried duplicating some of their recipes. Of course they always just tossed this and that in from memory and never had anything written down. I asked several to actually measure stuff so I could try to match them. Of course when they tried writing them down, and I attempted from their notes, results were no where close.

so ...

so any of you have a tried and true "sweet" yeast roll recipe??? Help!


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I gave up on making them. Go to Golden Chick and buy their raw frozen rolls. I have an oven with a proof cycle so I just pop them in there for an hour or so and they rise up quite nice. 350 for 8-9 minutes and they are much better then I could do. It sure saves a lot of work. Everyone looks forward to the rolls. I let them rise until they get about the size of a baseball. in fact, it's on my list to go by Golden Chick today.

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Yep, frozen Rhoades rolls or bread loaves in the freezer section of the grocery. Staple in out house!!


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Re: Yeast Rolls ??? [Re: PMK] #8956993 11/17/23 04:14 PM
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Originally Posted by PMK
These are something I have never mastered, always done by one of the older females on either my wife's side or my side of the family. They no longer are in the picture and I have tried duplicating some of their recipes. Of course they always just tossed this and that in from memory and never had anything written down. I asked several to actually measure stuff so I could try to match them. Of course when they tried writing them down, and I attempted from their notes, results were no where close.

so ...

so any of you have a tried and true "sweet" yeast roll recipe??? Help!

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Re: Yeast Rolls ??? [Re: jetdad] #8957192 11/17/23 10:13 PM
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Originally Posted by jetdad
I gave up on making them. Go to Golden Chick and buy their raw frozen rolls. I have an oven with a proof cycle so I just pop them in there for an hour or so and they rise up quite nice. 350 for 8-9 minutes and they are much better then I could do. It sure saves a lot of work. Everyone looks forward to the rolls. I let them rise until they get about the size of a baseball. in fact, it's on my list to go by Golden Chick today.

this is a great idea ... but we just called our local GC and they said they no longer sell their frozen raw rolls ... poop!


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Well that blows. I just picked up a dozen at the GC in Whitesboro. You might call back and speak with the manager. I know a few years ago I asked for a dozen and the gal looked at me like I was from another planet. She said they only sell them cooked. After getting the mgr over I got my rolls. Uninformed employee may be the cause. It sure makes life easy.

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LOL ... my wife can be pretty convincing and she was the one that made the call, she kinda hammered on the guy, he said I wish I could but we got in trouble a while back and can no longer sell them that way. Maybe I can get her to call back to talk to the manager.

I've gone thru all my old recipe books from family members that had perfect rolls and they all vary a little bit, including some from the same person confused2 ... it's on my agenda today to figure one out (small batches to find one).


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Here's a recipe I use for Kolache Dough. Definitely do not overbake. For rolls leave out the vanilla extract, and brush the tops with an egg wash. Otherwise they won't turn brown on top quickly and you'll overbake them.

Ingredients:
½ cup milk (heated approximately 30 seconds in microwave)
2 tablespoons warm water (110 degrees F.)
½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract
¼ cup butter, room temperature
1 egg, room temperature and beaten
¼ teaspoon salt
¼ cup granulated sugar
2½ cups bread flour
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 teaspoon vital wheat gluten (optional)
2 teaspoons instant active dry yeast

In a stand mixer, combine all the ingredients in the order given.
Using a dough hook, mix everything together until a soft dough
forms. If necessary, add water or flour one tablespoon at a time
until the dough is the desired consistency. Continue mixing until
elastic, approximately 10 minutes. Cover the bowl with plastic
wrap or a dish towel and let rise until double in size.

Bake at 375° for 15 minutes or until light brown. Do not over
bake!

Makes about one dozen kolaches.


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the recipe I used came out really good but not near sweet enough although I almost doubled the amount of sugar it called for. My computer is not letting me add pictures at the moment ...


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Wife baked 2 batches yesterday. One didn’t rise much, the other worked out. They will be devoured by the horde in no time.



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PMK: Those look pretty darned good.

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They look good. up

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