These mashed potato rolls are light as a feather and require no kneading! Bake up a batch for a holiday or any day!
Welcome to one of this country’s most delicious unknown sandwiches, the Beef on Weck. This simple but brilliant creation features thinly sliced, horseradish-covered roast beef piled high on a freshly baked kummelweck roll. The roll’s fragrant caraway seeds and coarse salt are a perfect accent, and when you add a steaming ramekin of fresh beef jus for dunking, you’ll understand why this is the pride of Western New York.
Wonderful creamy and simple caramel rolls that everyone loves. Butter can be substituted for margarine.
This is a homemade roll recipe from my sister’s mother-in-law. I make these for every holiday or special meal and my family wouldn’t have it any other way! They are the best served with the honey butter.
Piping hot apple and cinnamon flavored buns in under thirty minutes!
These big round rolls are baked in soup bowls. The dough is very moist so the rolls are very tender. They’re great for sandwiches.
Soft, sticky, sweet, with a touch of salt and the crunch of pecans, these delightful sticky buns make a special dessert treat. My family absolutely loves them.
Tender and delicious, these sour cream rolls will be a dinnertime hit.
In Germany, cakes made with plum are very popular. This variation can be made as either a whole cake or as individual ‘tarts.’ I call them ‘rolls’ due to their appearance. They are very delicious on a Sunday fall afternoon with a hot cup of tea! They’re best when still warm and served with whipped cream!
You can refrigerate this easy to make dough for up to a week. So these delicious rolls will be ready when ever you want them to be.
Tomato juice and mashed potatoes are the key ingredients for these rosy rolls. They are so delicious hot out of the oven with a bit of butter brushed on top.
Simple, delicious and baked in a skillet!
My grandmother, in the Depression, had five children and not a lot of income. So she had to get up quite early in the morning and make loaves of bread and rolls to sell so that she could supplement the income and keep the family going. My mother would deliver them to the neighbors, still hot out of the oven, with a jar of jam. Now I make my living making bread.
These rolls take a while to make but are certainly worth the effort. My maternal grandmother made a double batch of these at each major holiday, and they were almost always gone before anything else! They’re very tender and lightly sweet.
This recipe was passed on to me by my aunt; we used to beg for her to make this as children. The pepper is slight in comparison to the overall taste. The brushed egg yolk mixture gives the bread a crunchier outside and soft inside.
Rolls with onions and red pepper.
These light and delicious rolls are easy to make, economical, and require no kneading.
These are delicious white bread rolls that are dipped in butter, then rolled in Parmesan and left to rise. These are especially great for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Don’t get me wrong; if you hand me a hot dog at the ball game, it’s not like I’m going to throw it back in your face, but given the choice this butter-crisped, split-topped bun is the way to go. Thanks to its genius design the meat and fixings go in the top, which leaves three relatively flat sides to toast in butter.
These are referred to as fake sourdough biscuits, but are really refrigerator rolls. Very easy to make, and so handy.