Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls
Erin 12/357/2017 12/24/2017
What am i doing wrong with your mix? The dough was SO STICKY I couldn't form it into balls. I have added two additional cups of flour and it's still a mess. I've actually lost half the dough already just washing my hands off because this stuff is like super glue.
michelle 11/325/2016 11/21/2016
How could i alter this recipe to use the Artisan All Purpose Flour?
Mary 02/41/2016 02/11/2016
Thank you for all the motivation...you are simply awesome!
Heather 11/332/2015 11/29/2015
These are the best rolls I have made for my family! Instead of making the traditional Cloverleaf Roll, I simply use a large cookie scoop and scoop out onto parchment paper, let them raise and bake. I have also brushed on melted butter and or garlic butter on the rolls as soon as they come out of the oven. You will not be disappointed!
Charlotte 02/47/2015 02/17/2015
I made these as 'brown n serve' rolls, baking them for 12 minutes, cooling and freezing. Then thawed them out and baked them for 12 more minutes. They were wonderful!!! I also baked them straight through according to the recipe and they were good, but a little drier and tougher than the brown n serve rolls. I prefer the brown n serve method. I have searched and tried dinner roll recipes and these are the best GF rolls I have made. Thank you very much for the recipe!!! Very excited to have dinner rolls again!!!
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