1 Hr Yeast Rolls

These are super easy to make. They have a slight sweetness to them and OH MAN are they freaking yummy!!!! You know they are THAT good when my Father In Law requests my Mom In Law to check the blog and see if the recipe is posted so that she can make them!!! I felt all warm and fuzzy inside on that request. Seriously, the man knows what he likes!

Let’s get on with the recipe….

Supply List:

1 cup water (110-115 degrees)

2 tbs Active dry yeast

1/4 cup Sugar

1 Egg

1/3 cup Oil

1 tsp Salt

3 1/2 cups Flour (I use unbleached all purpose flour)

Large bowl

Baking sheet

Directions:

Place the water and yeast in a large bowl for a couple of minutes to proof.

Yeast proofing....

Yeast proofing….

Add in the rest of the ingredients and mix until blended.

Rest of the ingredients minus the flour...

Rest of the ingredients minus the flour…

Hello flour...

Hello flour…

Dough will be sticky.

Sticky dough...

Sticky dough…

Let it rise until doubled for 30 minutes.

After the 1st rise....

After the 1st rise….

Punch down and shape into balls.

Punched down...

Punched down…

Place on baking sheet and let rise again for about another 30 minutes.

Ready to go into the oven...

Second rise later and ready to go into the oven…

Bake at 325 until golden brown.

Yeast rolls are ready to enjoy!

Yeast rolls are ready to enjoy!

Let stand for 5 minutes at least unless you like REALLY hot rolls!

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