Swedish Dill Rolls

These are very good rolls!


If you have fresh dill growing in your garden, this is a great way to use some of it. These are perfect rolls to serve with summer meals.

Saute' a diced onion in 2 tablespoons of butter until it softens. Mix in 1/3 cup of cream cheese.


Pour 1/2 cup of water into your mixer bowl. Add 1 tsp. of salt, a beaten egg, 2 1/4 tsp. rapid rise yeast and 1/3 cup of chopped fresh dill.


Add the cream cheese and onion mixture. Add about 3 cups of flour and beat until you have a nice smooth dough.


Place the dough in a greased bowl and allow it to rise until double in bulk.


Nice dough.


Pinch of golf ball sized pieces and place in a greased pan and allow to double again.


Bake at 375 degrees until golden on top.


Remove from the pan and let them cool on a rack.


These make delicious hamburger buns too. Sort of like having your pickle in the bun!

Comments

Janet said…
That looks so yummy, thank you for sharing the recipe. I don't have an outdoor garden but I have an herb garden growing in my Aerogarden which is hydroponic. The dill is determined to take over my little unit so it will be dill buns shortly! :-)

Thanks again,

janet
Suzie said…
I love dill! This recipe is a "must make!" Thanks so much for sharing another winner!
i LOVE DILL...and do have some growing in my garden... i am going to make these...i LOVE bread with dill in it !!!!

kary and l'il teddy
I´ve never done these and I´m swedish :-) But I love dill so this is definitely something I´ll do next time I bake. I think these are great for breakfast or to soak up those last residues of sauce or soup :-)

Have a great day!

Christer.
What a great idea for hamburger buns with the 4th of July just around the corner.

Enough about the rolls. I made the crumble from yesterday this morning and have already eaten 2. The crumbles are a must make.
That looks wonderful. Great to combine with smoked salmon and cream cheese I imagine !!!
Have a great day.
Mmmm, I love dill. These look great!
laurie said…
I couldn't believe it when I read this,, my aunt made these all the time,, so good,, we ate them with potato soup,
Barbara said…
May I ask what type of mixer you use to knead your dough in? I have just killed another mixer and am in need of a new one and you seem to make so much bread with no problems!!

Thank you.
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p.s. these rolls look so delicious. There on my to do list!
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SharleneT said…
I don't have dill in the garden (no, I don't know why I screwed up but I did!) so I'm going to try it with some of the others. Sure do look yummy. Thanks for sharing.