Friday, August 20, 2010


In our house, rolls are a yummy treat. I make rolls called Lion House Rolls. If you are ever in Salt Lake City, stop by the Lion House or any Deseret Book and pick up some rolls. They are awesome! Here is the recipe I use:
2/3 C Dry milk
2 C really warm water
Mix the two ingredients together until the dry milk dissolves.
Add to this:
2 TBSP yeast
1/3 C sugar
1/3 C soft butter
2 tsp salt
1 egg
1 C flour
Mix these ingredients on low. Add 4 more cups of flour 1 C at a time.
Let the dough rise about 30 min.
Turn out dough on to floured surface.
Knead in flour if needed.
Roll out and ***shape as desired.
I follow the instructions for the Lion House rolls and cut the dough into rectangles and roll them up.
Let rise until double in size. This is roughly 1-1/2 hrs.
Bake at 375 around 15-19 min.
Brush the tops of hot rolls with melted butter.
*** You can brush melted butter on the dough after it is rolled out before it is shaped.

If you want the actual recipe, it is in any Lion House Recipe book. You will also find a lot of delicious recipes in each book.

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