Monday, August 22, 2011

Texas Roadhouse Rolls for bread maker

There are many copy cat recipes for Texas Roadhouse rolls. I wanted to make these, but didn't want to use the food processor or do it by hand. I adapted the recipe and put all the ingredients in the bread maker. They turned out wonderful. I froze half of them before baking. We LOVED these.
Texas Roadhouse Rolls for bread maker

(small batch size - make 18 large rolls)

1/4 cup warm water
2 tsp dry yeast
1 cup milk
1-1/2 Tbs butter
1/4 cup sugar
1 egg
1 tsp salt
3-1/2 to 4 cups all purpose flour
Put all ingredients in bread maker according to YOUR bread maker.  Set for dough.  When done, take out and roll into a rectangle.  Fold the dough in half and let rest for 15 minutes.  Cut into squares.  I used a pizza cutter to do this.

Bake at 350° for 10-15 minutes (adjust accordingly - depending on the size of the rolls) till golden brown.
The most important step is to generously butter the hot rolls before bringing them to the table. This makes them irresistible!  Serve with cinnamon buttter.

*Rolls may be frozen unbaked - do so as soon as formed. Remove from freezer at least 4-6 hours before you need them. Allow to rise (covered) and bake as directed.

12 comments:

  1. Oh my. Get thee behind me! LOL I can smell 'em just reading the recipe!

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  2. Yum I am making these right now. I will link it back to your blog if mine work out. I am scared of anything that calls for yeast lol. They sound amazzing thanks for the easy recipe.

    Ashley
    www.thedailysmash101.blogspot.com

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  3. mmmm loved these with supper tonight..had to share with my "what's for dinner" Face Book group!

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  4. Oh man I have made these twice now in the past week . So so yummy thats so much for the easy and great rolls.

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  5. WOW! This recipe is fantastic! Earlier tonight, I attempted a similar recipe, and that experience ended in culinary disaster.

    I found your recipe/link, and I threw all the ingredients in the bread maker. It's now 10:45 p.m., and I am enjoying hot, tasty Texas Roadhouse rolls!

    Thank you for this recipe! :)

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  6. How are these if baked ahead and served at room temperature?

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    1. I think making them ahead is fine. We just reheat in a towel in the microwave.

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  7. I didn't end up with enough dough to make 18, the dough was very stiff and elastic, difficult to roll out......what did i do wrong? My bread machine dough setting is over an hour long, it had already risen once.

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    1. Wow. Maybe your yeast was old . I have made these many times in the bread maker and mine goes for 2 hours and goes through 2 rise times. Maybe try to let them rise a second time if your bread maker only does one rise

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    2. How do you know if your bread machine goes through 2 rises? The time on ours is 1:20 and I dont want to try it and end up with the same problem?

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  8. Thank you so much for the recipe. I made it two days ago. I substituted the all purpose flour with bread flour and it's quiet bounce ( a little elastic when trying to roll out. Overall I like the bread very much (since I can skip brushing butter on top to cut down calories). I put the dough into fridge over night and formed it the next day to save some time ..( Otherwise, I will need to wait pass midnight)

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  9. Dave, set your bread maker to the DOUGH setting and you will be fine. Good Luck!

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