How to Make Dinner Rolls
- I mixed the dough in my Kitchen Aid mixer. I let the Kitchen aid mixer knead the dough for 10 minutes on low and then I hand kneaded the dough another 5 minutes.
I made about 2 to 3 inch balls of dough because grandma’s rolls were always huge, and I placed them almost touching in a large baking pan.
You can get 30 small rolls from this recipe, however, the amount of rolls you get will depend on the size and shape of your rolls.
- Her note on the page read: Makes good cinnamon rolls. I have never made cinnamon rolls so I decided to give it a try. I divided the dough in half and made cinnamon rolls out of the other half. They turned out wonderful and delicious and I will post the recipe for Grandma Delsie's Cinnamon Rolls at another time.