Homemade dinner rolls are a great way to retreat from a busy day. From white to whole wheat to onion-rosemary, these easy recipes for dinner rolls turn out tempting whether you knead them by hand or shape them in the bread machine.
When Mennonites came to Kansas, they brought their German language, Turkey Red wheat and the recipe for this addictively sweet, soft dinner roll. Dont confuse it with the tooth-breaking cracker of the same name.
These easy-to-make rolls can be made ahead by preparing the dough in advance and storing it in the refrigerator. The baked rolls are slightly crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.
Use this simple skillet bread to dip in soup or enjoy it by itself dipped in olive oil or slathered with butter.
Serve these brown-and-serve rolls with all three dipping oils for a fall harvest of color and flavor.
A slightly sweeted dough is rolled around a chedder and onion filling, then baked until golden brown for these rolls.
For an elegant presentation, decorate each roll with a sage leaf. Serve with a Thanksgiving meal of roast turkey.
Dress up hot roll mix with cheese, onions, and herbs for these quick-fix buns.
Cheese and onions dress up packaged refrigerated biscuits for this easy bread, which pairs well with soups, salads, or roast.
A variety of coatings makes these breadsticks an interesting side dish or appetizer bread. Coiled ends add flair.
Onion, fennel, and pepper make these batter breads the perfect accompaniment for winter soups or stews.