Easy Dinner Rolls

by Angie Liew
Easy Dinner Rolls

These fabulous homemade dinner rolls are super easy to make as all the hard work is been done by the bread machine. Just toss the ingredients in the bread maker to make the dough and then bake the rolls in the oven. This simple recipe for easy dinner rolls makes beautifully golden brown rolls with such a soft, light and fluffy texture.

 

Easy Dinner Rolls

 

Easy Dinner Rolls

Fluffy And Buttery Dinner Rolls

 

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Easy Dinner Rolls
By Angie Liew of Huang Kitchen
These fabulous homemade dinner rolls are super easy to make as all the hard work is been done by the bread machine. Just toss the ingredients in the bread maker to make the dough and then bake the rolls in the oven. This simple recipe for easy dinner rolls makes beautifully golden brown rolls with such a soft, light and fluffy texture.
Serving For
16rolls
Prep Time
1 3/4hour
Passive Time
1hour
Cook Time
15minutes
Serving For
16rolls
Prep Time
1 3/4hour
Passive Time
1hour
Cook Time
15minutes
Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. We are using a bread machine so place all ingredients in the pan. Start by adding lukewarm water into the pan.
    We are using a bread machine so place all ingredients in the pan. Start by adding lukewarm water into the pan.
    We are using a bread machine so place all ingredients in the pan. Start by adding lukewarm water into the pan.
    We are using a bread machine so place all ingredients in the pan. Start by adding lukewarm water into the pan.
  2. Add in the dry yeast.
    Add in the dry yeast.
    Add in the dry yeast.
    Add in the dry yeast.
  3. Mix until the yeast is dissolved.
    Mix until the yeast is dissolved.
    Mix until the yeast is dissolved.
    Mix until the yeast is dissolved.
  4. Then add in the warm milk. (Warm quickly in the microwave oven).
    Then add in the warm milk. (Warm quickly in the microwave oven).
    Then add in the warm milk. (Warm quickly in the microwave oven).
    Then add in the warm milk. (Warm quickly in the microwave oven).
  5. Add in the egg.
    Add in the egg.
    Add in the egg.
    Add in the egg.
  6. And add the softened butter. (Make sure it's softened to room temperature).
    And add the softened butter. (Make sure it's softened to room temperature).
    And add the softened butter. (Make sure it's softened to room temperature).
    And add the softened butter. (Make sure it's softened to room temperature).
  7. Next, add in the sugar.
    Next, add in the sugar.
    Next, add in the sugar.
    Next, add in the sugar.
  8. Then add in the all-purpose flour.
    Then add in the all-purpose flour.
    Then add in the all-purpose flour.
    Then add in the all-purpose flour.
  9. Lastly, add in the salt.
    Lastly, add in the salt.
    Lastly, add in the salt.
    Lastly, add in the salt.
  10. Close the lid of the bread machine and select the dough cycle. Press START.
    Close the lid of the bread machine and select the dough cycle. Press START.
    Close the lid of the bread machine and select the dough cycle. Press START.
    Close the lid of the bread machine and select the dough cycle. Press START.
  11. When the cycle finishes, open the lid of the bread machine.
    When the cycle finishes, open the lid of the bread machine.
    When the cycle finishes, open the lid of the bread machine.
    When the cycle finishes, open the lid of the bread machine.
  12. Turn the dough out onto a floured surface. Knead lightly to form into a round shape.
    Turn the dough out onto a floured surface. Knead lightly to form into a round shape.
    Turn the dough out onto a floured surface. Knead lightly to form into a round shape.
    Turn the dough out onto a floured surface. Knead lightly to form into a round shape.
  13. Divide the dough in half.
    Divide the dough in half.
    Divide the dough in half.
    Divide the dough in half.
  14. Rolled each half into a 12" circle.
    Rolled each half into a 12" circle.
    Rolled each half into a 12" circle.
    Rolled each half into a 12" circle.
  15. Use a brush to spread melted butter over the entire surface of each of the round dough. Then cut each circle into 8 wedges (or smaller wedges as desired).
    Use a brush to spread melted butter over the entire surface of each of the round dough. Then cut each circle into 8 wedges (or smaller wedges as desired).
    Use a brush to spread melted butter over the entire surface of each of the round dough. Then cut each circle into 8 wedges (or smaller wedges as desired).
    Use a brush to spread melted butter over the entire surface of each of the round dough. Then cut each circle into 8 wedges (or smaller wedges as desired).
  16. First, cut each of the round dough in halves.
    First, cut each of the round dough in halves.
    First, cut each of the round dough in halves.
    First, cut each of the round dough in halves.
  17. Then into quarters.
    Then into quarters.
    Then into quarters.
    Then into quarters.
  18. And then cut each quarter into halves.
    And then cut each quarter into halves.
    And then cut each quarter into halves.
    And then cut each quarter into halves.
  19. Roll each wedge starting from the wide edge.
    Roll each wedge starting from the wide edge.
    Roll each wedge starting from the wide edge.
    Roll each wedge starting from the wide edge.
  20. Rolled gently but tightly to the tip.
    Rolled gently but tightly to the tip.
    Rolled gently but tightly to the tip.
    Rolled gently but tightly to the tip.
  21. Place the rolls point side down onto ungreased cookie sheet.
    Place the rolls point side down onto ungreased cookie sheet.
    Place the rolls point side down onto ungreased cookie sheet.
    Place the rolls point side down onto ungreased cookie sheet.
  22. Cover the rolls with a clean kitchen towel and put the cookie sheet in a warm place.
    Cover the rolls with a clean kitchen towel and put the cookie sheet in a warm place.
    Cover the rolls with a clean kitchen towel and put the cookie sheet in a warm place.
    Cover the rolls with a clean kitchen towel and put the cookie sheet in a warm place.
  23. Leave the rolls to rise for 1 hour until double in size.
    Leave the rolls to rise for 1 hour until double in size.
    Leave the rolls to rise for 1 hour until double in size.
    Leave the rolls to rise for 1 hour until double in size.
  24. Meanwhile, preheat oven to 200 degree C (400 degree F).
    Meanwhile, preheat oven to 200 degree C (400 degree F).
    Meanwhile, preheat oven to 200 degree C (400 degree F).
    Meanwhile, preheat oven to 200 degree C (400 degree F).
  25. Once the dough has doubled in size, bake in the preheated oven for 10 to 15 minutes until tops are golden brown.
    Once the dough has doubled in size, bake in the preheated oven for 10 to 15 minutes until tops are golden brown.
    Once the dough has doubled in size, bake in the preheated oven for 10 to 15 minutes until tops are golden brown.
    Once the dough has doubled in size, bake in the preheated oven for 10 to 15 minutes until tops are golden brown.
  26. Once baked, remove the baked rolls on cookie sheet onto wire rack. And we're done!
    Once baked, remove the baked rolls on cookie sheet onto wire rack. And we're done!
    Once baked, remove the baked rolls on cookie sheet onto wire rack. And we're done!
    Once baked, remove the baked rolls on cookie sheet onto wire rack. And we're done!
  27. Quickly transfer the hot dinner rolls to cooling rack.
    Quickly transfer the hot dinner rolls to cooling rack.
    Quickly transfer the hot dinner rolls to cooling rack.
    Quickly transfer the hot dinner rolls to cooling rack.
  28. Serve them hot. These are just the way homemade dinner rolls should be ... big, buttery and perfectly fluffy!
    Serve them hot. These are just the way homemade dinner rolls should be ... big, buttery and perfectly fluffy!
    Serve them hot. These are just the way homemade dinner rolls should be ... big, buttery and perfectly fluffy!
    Serve them hot. These are just the way homemade dinner rolls should be ... big, buttery and perfectly fluffy!
Notes

This dough recipe can also be used to make cinnamon rolls.

Cool dinner rolls are best rewarmed in microwave for best results.

 

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