Aunt Helen’s Rolls

by Cat on December 29, 2010

I’m dropping in a treasured family recipe from Designing Mom Ryan of Tin Parade for all of you to try this week!

by Designing Mom Ryan
Aunt Helen’s Rolls.

These always make me think of our history. Every bite carries a warm sense of family. Make these for your family and change the name to suit…Grandma—’s dinner rolls…who knows…maybe your own family will still be making these 70 years later too.

Aunt Helen’s Icebox Butter Rolls
• 1 package active dry yeast /2 T warm water /Dissolve yeast in water
• Add 2 c warm milk, ½ c sugar, 1 beaten egg,1 t salt, 3 c flour
• Beat til smooth
• Add ¾ c melted butter, 2 ½ cups more flour
• Mix (dough will be sticky-do not kneed),Place dough in greased bowl
• Turn dough over after placing in bowl so top is greased
• Cover/refrigerate overnight,In morning push down center of dough
• Cut dough in half,Roll 1 half into Triangle
• Cut 12 small Triangles out of large one
• Roll pieces wide to small like a crescent roll
• Place rolls pointed side down on greased baking sheet
• Brush w/ melted butter,Cover w/ damp cloth
• Let rise to doubled in warm place (1/2 – 1 hr.)
• Repeat w/other half
• Bake @ 350 15 – 20 min.,Brush w/melted butter

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