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Old 02-10-2013, 08:45 AM   #1
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ISO Brown and Serve Rolls

I have a couple of dinner roll recipes that I make alot and then family loves. But the hubbie loves the brown and serve rolls you find in the grocery stores. The ones that come in a single layer Package of 12 and you just pop them in the oven and till their brown and then brush them with butter.

If any anyone has a recipe for them, I would love to make them for him

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Old 02-10-2013, 08:51 AM   #2
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If your dinner roll recipes call for yeast, then any of them will do for the brown and serve. It is a matter of shape. And they do need a second rise.
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Old 02-10-2013, 03:31 PM   #3
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Thanks, when I make them I make alot and freeze them -
The next batch I will try a second rise.
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Give your dough a first rise. Depress it and form the rolls, place in your muffin tin. Brush tops with butter. Cover, let rise again covered. Then bake them. One single ball of dough = Brown and Serve. Three small balls of dough in one muffin cup = Clover Leaf rolls. One large roll with a crease made with the back of a table knife = Parker House rolls. All the same dough, just a different name for each shape.
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The brown and serve rolls are just par-baked. You finish the baking...sounds like something Shrek would say...it's why he doesn't get homemade hollandaise sauce.
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The brown and serve rolls are just par-baked. You finish the baking...sounds like something Shrek would say...it's why he doesn't get homemade hollandaise sauce.
They just save time and a lot of work. I would rather have fresh.
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What's "brown and serve"?
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The rolls are partially baked, enough to set the rolls and then frozen. You buy them, thaw them and finish baking them.
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I see, thank you.
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Old 02-12-2013, 07:48 AM   #10
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The ones in our area are not frozen, They are sold in a single layer tray of a dozen.
Take them out of the package and place on baking tray and bake till brown and serve.
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