These soft, warm and buttery dinner rolls are easy to make and delicious to eat. They will please the whole family, adults and kids alike!
Kids love to help shape them, and they fill your home with a delicious aroma.
They are the best served warm on the same day of baking.
Tips for making the best dinner rolls with ham and cheese:
Do not overheat the milk – if milk is too hot it will kill the yeast. Similarly use room temperature butter – it will be easier to incorporate it into the dough.
Ensure the yeast is not expired – try to proof ½ teaspoon of yeast in a small cup of warm water and sugar. If it will foam in few minutes the yeast is good to use.
Do not over proof the dough in first and second rise.
You can make the dough the night before. Follow all the steps before baking and keep the tray in the fridge covered with plastic wrap. Next morning pull out the tray from the fridge and let the dough come to room temperature for approximately 30 minute. Finish by baking the rolls.
To freeze these dinner rolls, complete all the steps before baking, wrap the pan in plastic foil and after that in a big clear plastic bag to avoid freezer burn. Freeze them up to 10 weeks. Pull the tray out from freezer the night before, thaw the tray in the fridge with the rolls still covered. After that pull out the tray from fridge and allow the dough to come to room temperature for 30 minutes. Finish by baking the dinner rolls.
Dinner rolls can be stored at room temperature in a plastic or glass container with a lid on.
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