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Buttery, Soft Dinner Rolls in the Bread Machine — 15 Comments

  1. Thanks so much for this recipe. I’ve tried so many other recipes which were not what I was looking for, but this one is the best. Buttery, soft, yummy! EVERYONE loves these and they want more!

  2. I just got this zojirushi when my old welbit died. I can’t figure out how to set the zojirdushi so that it shuts off after the knead and first rise. I use it to make rolls and things that require me to get the dough out. Can you tell me how? I have tried following the instructions in the book to no avail,
    Thank you,
    Linda

    • Hi Linda, You’ve got a couple of options. Your machine should had a “dough” setting. That’s what I use when I need to work with the dough. However it has not one, but two rises in it. If you’d like something different then you’ll need to program your Zo using the Home Made function.

      • Marsha. My machine has the 2 rises as well. Do you let your machine finish with the 2 rises or do you remove the dough after the first rise? I’ve never made rolls or worked with dough before.

        • Good question! Leave the dough in the machine through the entire dough cycle. (It’ll go through both rises in the machine.) Once the cycle is complete (it takes almost two hours in my machine) remove the dough and shape it into rolls. Let the rolls rise one more time and then pop them into the oven.

  3. Love the site! Thank you for all the great recipes. Have a question for you…what brand baking sheets do you use? They look like restaurant supply….

  4. I don’t have dry milk. Can I substitute low fat milk for dry milk? If so how much milk do I use and do I eliminate the water? I saw a conversion that 3 tablespoons of dry milk equals 3/4 cup of milk. Not sure if I should still use 1/4 cup of water to get the same amount of liquids. Thanks

    • Hi Paul, I’ve always used dry milk. If you end up doing a substitution let everyone know what you did and how it turned out. I’m sure you’re not the only one who finds themselves out of powdered milk.

  5. This is my go to recipe for dinners rolls. In fact, I have a couple of family members who request a batch of them as birthday and Christmas presents. Thank-you for this amazing recipe.

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