Easy Potato Rolls
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + rising Bake: 20 min.
Everybody liked these rolls. It was easy to add mashed potatoes by just whipping up a dried potato mix. I turn my oven onto 350 for one minute and then immediately turn it off. This gives me a nice warm place to let my dough rise, especially in the winter time. I was worried about using my machine when I saw “Do not knead”. But it worked out fine and was a success.
These are just like non used to make. I did use leftover mashed potatoes (with the butter and milk added) and they turned out perfect. Great flavor, light, airy. I made one pan of 15 and froze the rest of the balls as directed in another review. This is a keeper recipe
I followed the directions exactly except cut the amounts in half because I didn't need so many! Mine didn't rise like they should or like the picture. My yeast is not expired and the water was not too hot. Any ideas why they didn't rise? Thanks!
I've been making potato rolls for many years using my grandmother's recipe. The only thing I do differently is use the water the potatoes were cooked in for the warm water. Everybody loves them.
I made these rolls for a ladies luncheon I was hosting and they were a smash hit! One lady, who often brings her homemade rolls, even asked for the recipe! My husband is not a big bread eater, but asked for a roll instead of toast for breakfast until they were gone.
I am not a home baker of buns/bread but these were very easy to make, I loved them. Thank you Jeannette McKinney for posting a delicious recipe. One thing you stated is that you try to keep some in the refrigerator to bake, do you make the buns up, then place in the fridge
Just a cool little tip. I have a small heating pad that I set my bowl on to rise the dough. Set it on low and Wallah it's ready in no time.
I’d like to make these ahead of time. At what point can the dough be refrigerated, or frozen?
Make these often, also use the dough to male cinnamon rolls, absolutely wonderful.
I make bread all the time, and have taught myself shortcuts to make it less time consuming. The optimal way for yeast is to let it rise in warm water, but u can skip step and just add it to ur dry ingredients. It will rise, unlike what nemeneme said! It just takes alittle longer! But it will work. As far as the new baker that added that less of flour, u need to practice again and again. U didn’t do the recipe correctly Baking is an art! Once u get the hang of it, it is easy to make!