Welcoming Rolls

This is an exceptional recipe for wonderful rolls. Whenever you want to welcome a new neighbor, make someone feel better or just make someones day, make these rolls. Or make them as a treat for yourself! Click for closer scrumptiousness!!!


In the bowl of your mixer, add 4 1/2 cups of bread flour, 3 tsp. of instant yeast, 1 tsp. salt and 1/2 cup of sugar.


Melt 1 stick of butter (8 tablespoons) in a heavy pan.


Beat 2 eggs together.


Temper the eggs by adding a bit of the hot butter slowly to the eggs until they are warm. Them add the eggs to the rest of the butter.


Stir 1 cup of milk into the egg/butter mix. Add this liquid to the dry ingredients and knead until you have a smooth dough.


Place the dough in a lightly greased bowl and cover with plastic wrap and allow it to double in bulk.


I roll this out on a pastry cloth. Wherever you roll it out, sprinkle the surface lightly with flour.


I use a ruled rolling pin to measure.

Roll it out to about 18 inches in diameter.


Cut it into fourths.


Then cut each quarter in half (eighths).


Then cut each piece in half again (sixteenths). I am a math genius!


Spread each piece with melted butter. It is actually better to spread the whole surface before you cut it which I obviously forgot to do! I am not always a genius.


Roll each piece from the wide end towards the point.


I had some bruschetta topping which I made yesterday and I spread some of it on a few of the wedges.


Place the rolls seam side down so they don't unroll while cooking.


Allow them to rest on cookie sheets until they have risen a bit.


Brush the tops with melted butter.


I also cracked some sea salt on top of them.


Aren't they cute?! Bake them at 350 degrees for 10-12 mintues until they are golden.


Straight out of the oven. These are certain to make someone feel welcome!

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Comments

faerwillow said…
~would you care to be my chef! these are wonderful...look savory and simple...warm wishes and brightest blessings~
Tammie Lee said…
oh yum, these look gorgeous and delicious.
Pricilla said…
It has absolutely NOTHING to do with all that butter, right?
heh
Kiki said…
Gorgeous post...beautiful!
Yum!
Kiki~
Delicious!
My grandmother used to do those, but usually with something sweet in them instead, like apple sauce :-)

Have a great day now!
Christer.
Right now if I had one wish in the world it would be to live next door to you. That way I could come to your house and hug Teddy and beg for food.

These look fabulous!
perfect...i have never made cresent rolls...now i will have to...

these look so good..i am soaking some white beans for soup tomorrow night...i know..i am sitting here in a sweatshirt...and i want to make those croque monseur sandwhiches with the bechamel sauce on top...i am going to cruise your sidebar to see if you have made them...

teddy says hi...
oh, i got a new cookbook yesterday...sophie dahl's..have you heard of her? she is english. i had never heard of her...but the book is wonderful...seasonal...organic...eveverything looked so good....
Oh, yum... the brushetta makes it sound even more delicious ♥
Chaotic_Dreamer said…
These Look yummy!

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Sharlene T. said…
Where did you find THAT rolling pin with measurements on it... this is a perfect recipe for my fig strips... can't wait to try it!thanks for sharing...

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Sara said…
I am so coming over to your house for dinner soon. :)
Debbie said…
You are just a cooking fool!!!! Love the pasta cake! I am gaining weight just looking at the pictures! So....you have started decorating this early huh? I can only imagine what it will look like when you are done. My garden has engulfed itself. I have developed tomato hornworms and the heat won't let up enough for me to get out there. I HATE the heat and it makes me sick. What a nice thing to come here and check out your wonderful cooking skills. Did you used to be a chef?