Super Easy Dinner Rolls
Homemade rolls are the perfect complement to almost any meal and this super easy recipe from Santana Calo yields perfect rolls every time!
2 cups warm water (separated into 1 cup portions)
1/2 cup sugar
1 Tbsp. yeast
1/2 cup oil
2 tsp. salt
6(ish) cups flour
Add sugar, salt, oil and 1 cup water to mixer bowl.
Add yeast to remaining cup of water and let bloom until frothy (about 5-10 minutes). Once bloomed, add to the mixer bowl.
Gradually mix in the flour--1 cup at a time--until the dough becomes sticky but not overly wet. Make sure that each cup of flour is fully incorporated into the dough before adding the next cup.
Cover the dough and let rise until double in size (usually about 30-60 minutes).
Form into 16 equal sized rolls. Cover again and let rise until double in size (usually about 30-60 minutes).
Pre-heat over to 350°F and then bake for about 15 minutes or until golden brown.
Remove from oven and baste with butter while rolls are still warm.
Santana Calo is a wife and mother to two infant daughters, and has lived in Wisconsin her entire life. She loves gardening and being as self-sufficient as possible--homegrown and homemade is what she's all about. Now she and her family are on their way to creating a more natural and sustainable lifestyle while teaching their children the value of hard work. She's also an entrepreneur who is in the beginning stages of starting an herbal body care business. You can find Santana on her blog, www.hogsbackhomestead.com or on social media on Instagram (@hogsbackhomestead) and Facebook