Heavenly One Hour Dinner Rolls that are so light & fluffy. Delicious & buttery, they’re perfect for holidays but easy enough for every night of the week.
There are few things in this world I love more than a soft & fluffy dinner roll all smothered in butter. I really love bread & having homemade dinner rolls with our meal just makes me grin from ear to ear. I especially love it when the recipe comes together in an hour or less.
Because let’s be honest, if it takes too long then it’s really only suitable for a large planned event. Who has time to spend hours making rolls for a regular weeknight dinner? I sure don’t. I usually make my “go-to” One-Hour Dinner Rolls that are a favorite here.
But over Thanksgiving, I decided to change things up with this recipe & wow, it sure gives my original recipe a run for its money.
Dinner Roll Recipe
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So this past Thanksgiving we were spending the day with our next-door neighbors. I knew we would have a large crowd & my usual recipe makes about 20 rolls.
So I knew I had to either make about 3 batches to make sure we had enough or come up with a different recipe that would simplify things.
The day before Thanksgiving I decided to test recipes. I ended up with nearly 60 rolls – perfect for the holiday. But I wanted to make them fresh for the holiday – so I was passing out the test batch to everyone around.
I made another batch of 54 for us all to enjoy on the holiday. But I figured that you probably don’t need 54 rolls on a normal day any more than I do.
So I’m sharing a small batch version here for 18. This recipe easily doubles & triples depending on your needs. So you could make 18, 36 or 54 & they will still come out AWESOME!.
Heavenly One Hour Dinner Rolls
Oh & that is no joke- they really do take just one hour. The process is incredibly simple. You will not be disappointed. I promise! So simple that I can whip up a batch with our dinner at least once a week. I sometimes just make the triple batch & we have them all week long. These really are Heavenly One Hour Dinner Rolls.
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Heavenly One Hour Dinner Rolls
- 1/4 cup butter cubed + more for brushing on after baking
- 3/4 cup milk
- 1/4 cup granulated sugar
- 1/4 cup hot water
- 1 egg
- 2-1/4 cups all-purpose flour
- 1 tbsp dry active yeast you can also use instant yeast or rapid rise
- 1 tbsp salt
- 1 cup butter melted
- 1/4 cup coarse sea salt
- Combine butter, milk water & sugar in a large microwave-safe bowl
- Microwave 3 minutes
- Pour this mixture into mixing bowl fitted with a dough hook attachment
- Add egg & 1 cup of the flour - mix well.
- Sprinkle in yeast, salt & remaining flour - mix well
- Turn the mixer up to high & let it knead for approx 10-12 minutes
- Add a handful of flour as you remove the dough & work it in with your hands as you roll out onto a well-floured surface
- Roll into a flat circle & use a pizza wheel to cut into 18 pie-shaped wedges
- Roll in from the wide (outside) edge to the center so it looks like a croissant
- Place on a parchment-lined baking sheet
- Brush each roll with melted butter & sprinkle with coarse sea salt
- Let rise approx 15 min in a warm spot - preheat the oven to 375 while you wait.
- Bake approx 14 min & then broil for 1
- Brush with additional melted butter once baked - enjoy!
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