|Ultimate Mixer Cookbook|
|by Rosemary Moon|
It's a gorgeous, streamlined appliance, displayed as a bona fide American icon by the Smithsonian Institution.
1 - 10 of 152 for mixer yeast rolls
To scald the ... when added), dissolve yeast in warm, not ... into 4 pieces. Roll each piece out ... will cause the rolls to need a ... about 32 small rolls.
Measure all of ... Mix 1 package yeast, 1 1/2 ... medium speed of mixer. Add 1 ... 2 hours before rolls are needed. Shape ... butter. Yield: 2 dozen rolls.
The optional lemon ... of an electric mixer, combine salt, ... flour to "feed" yeast. The yeast ... in 1/2 and roll out to 1/2 ... in your family, too.
Cream together in mixer. Refrigerate overnight. Shape into rolls and bake at ... 10 dozen party size. This was given to me by the dietitian at Ridgecrest.
Combine parts 1 ... of flour. Use mixer until too heavy, ... rise until double. Roll dough into rectangle ... rack for 15 minutes. Frost while still warm.
Wheat bread tends ... add 2 tablespoons yeast. Don't stir; ... cups, beat with mixer, add 3 ... 35-40 minutes. FOR ROLLS: Put dough ... recipe even more delicious!
Soften yeast in water. Add ... (may use hand mixer) for 2 ... board. Shape into rolls, let raise ... butter. Dough may be kept in refrigerator for 1 week.
In large mixer bowl combine 2 ... flour and the yeast. In saucepan ... minutes). Bake at 375 degrees for 12-15 minutes or until golden brown. Serve warm or cold.
Combine 2 cups flour, undissolved yeast, sugar, and ... Beat with electric mixer at medium speed ... to 24 hours. Roll into 1 1/2 ... for 1 dozen rolls - 9 x ... next to bottom rack.
Combine sugar (1 teaspoon), yeast, water and ... speed of electric mixer and set aside. ... always make mine into Parker House rolls. Shape anyway you desire.
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