These fluffy, warm dinner rolls made from scratch with honey butter brushed on top are the perfect accompaniment to nice home-cooked family dinner.
I love baking bread but certainly don’t do it often enough. Even though it’s summer, I still love to bake fresh bread. When you create a nice summer meal with produce you bought at the local farmer’s market, chances are you’ll need some bread to accompany it. How about some Honey Butter Dinner Rolls? It only takes a few minutes to make the dough. Then while it is resting, you can finish prepping the rest of dinner. I’ve made these dinner rolls several times before, once for Thanksgiving (or was it Christmas?) and again just last weekend to go along with some Italian wedding soup.
At first glance, this recipe may seem time-consuming, but most of it is resting and rising time. While you are waiting, you can finish prepping dinner. They only take a little over 10 minutes to bake, so you can pop them in the oven when dinner is almost ready. Fresh and simple indeed.
This recipe involves yeast, but don’t be scared! This is a low-key recipe for those who are new to baking with yeast. It is important you measure your water temperature. Too cold means the yeast won’t activate. Too hot and the yeast will die. There is a little bit of kneading involved, but I find that very relaxing. Then you break the yeast into balls and place them into a round cake pan. This gives the dinner rolls a bit of a rustic look after you break them apart. Then you brush these fluffy dinner rolls with a honey butter glaze.
Source: Adapted from Taste of Home
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