One-hour Rolls


I like to think I’m organized, on the ball, and that I plan ahead well. But, let’s be real. I’m not. I usually start planning dinner around 4 p.m. And that doesn’t leave near enough time for rolls. Unless I make these one-hour rolls! Yeah. It’s like a secret weapon. I whip them up and serve hot fluffy buttered rolls for dinner . . . and I look like a hero. Now you can be a hero too. Shhhhhh. This can be our little secret . . . . Beware, though, for people will start referring to you as “Mr./Mrs. Incredible”.


1 c warm water

2 T yeast

¼ c sugar

1/3 c oil

1 egg, beaten

1 t salt

3 1/3 c flour

melted butter for brushing


In large bowl mix water, yeast, sugar and oil. Let stand for 15 minutes. Stir in egg and salt. Gradually mix in flour (dough will be slightly sticky). Cover with towel. Let stand for 10 minutes. Form 20 balls (handle dough with buttered hands) and place on large greased baking sheet. Cover again with towel and let rise 20 minutes. Bake at 375°F for 10 minutes. Brush warm rolls with melted butter.


Source: What is on Your Menu

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