Dinner rolls

dinner rolls

A basic recipe for homemade dinner rolls that does not require any fancy bread machines.This recipe yields 12-15 rolls and you could make them for Sunday dinners.Easy,fresh and warm dinner rolls directly from the oven are irresistible.They are soft,light,slightly sweet and goes well with butter,jam or any spreads.
A little time consuming recipe but super easy!If you love the taste of fresh dinner rolls then give this recipe a try !!





3 & 1/2 cups flour

1 cup milk

2 eggs

5 tbsp sugar

4 tsp yeast

1/2 tsp salt

6 tbsp butter

dinner rolls,.


Heat a pan on medium flame,melt the butter add milk and sugar.Stir to mix well.

melt butter,add milk and sugar

Add salt and eggs.

add salt,eggs

Switch off the flame.Add the yeast to luke warm mixture and mix well.Let it stay for 5 mins for the yeast to proof.

add yeast

Add the flour to this yeast mixture,a sticky dough will be formed.Let this dough rest for an hour.

add flour

After an hour take the dough to your work surface,dust some flour and knead the dough for 10 mins.Let the dough rest for half an hour until it doubles in size.

after an hour..

doubles in volume

Divide the dough into 12 equal parts and shape them as you wish.

divide into equal halves

start shaping them

shaped ones

Grease the baking pan and arrange these rolls.Cover it with a plastic wrap and let it rise for 45 mins.

let it rise

Preheat the oven to 180 degree C and bake for 15-18 mins.Brush with honey,butter or egg white.Serve these soft ,sweet dinner rolls with jam,butter or any spreads.

apply egg white


22 thoughts on “Dinner rolls

  1. Sounds like such a simple recipe!! And the resting time isn’t too bad – there’s always something else that can be done while the dough rests! I can’t wait to try these 🙂 Do they freeze well if I make a batch and save some for next week??


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