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MMMmmmm....tastey soft and sweet. I used 1 1/2 Tbsp of rapid rise yeast. With rapid rice you don't need to proof the yeast makes it alot easier. Just threw everything together all at once and mixed with the kitchenaid. I had to put in about 5 1/2 c of flour and bake at 375 because I live in Colorado in high altitude.
I am not a bread maker. I am nervous about making anything with yeast but I just had to try these. I'm so glad I did - they'll be on our Thanksgiving table for sure this year! So easy and tasty - they don't even need butter. By the way I used two 1/4 oz packages of yeast and it worked out just fine. Thanks so much for sharing!!!
I proofed the yeast in about 1/4 cup warm water plus 1 teaspoon sugar then added a little extra flour and everything else according to the recipe to make a rich heavy dough. It made a golden orange roll slightly dense with a sweet and delicate flavor. I'm making these for Thanksgiving. They are delicious and well worth giving a try.
Very good. I'm sure the recipe is quite good as written but I did make some changes. I used sweet potatoes in place of pumpkin (baked and mashed) and added a tsp of vanilla. The dough is very soft but easy to work with. I used the heavy-duty stand mixer and dough hook to knead and it worked perfectly. I think I would prefer a bit more yeast and will probably use the dry next time as I would like them to be a little fluffier and dry seems to me to make lighter bread. But they were delicious and easy and my family loved them. It's a keeper recipe. Thanks for the post.
Excellent! I warmed the milk and then added it all to the bread machine under the dough cycle. I didnt have the cake yeast so I used 1 1/2 Tblspn as anotehr reviewer suggested. Once the dough was complete I put a towel over it and let it rise. Dived it and let it rise again baked then enjoyed! The whole family loved em!
Excellent rolls perfect for Thanksgiving! I used about 5 teaspoons of bulk yeast instead of the compressed cake...turned out fine. I love how you can get a vegetable into bread and your kids will never know! A keeper for sure.