The Best Homemade Dinner Rolls You’ll Ever Eat

The Best Homemade Dinner Rolls You’ll Ever Eat

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61 Responses

  1. Jessica Baughman says:

    she has such an asmr voice

  2. Lightning 596 says:

    I only watch this because I want to watch someone cook

  3. Robloxster Gamer says:

    IF U ARE READING THIS YOU ARE GONE HAVE A GOOD YEAR

    IM SUBBING TO EVERYONE WHO SUBS TO ME🚀🖥

  4. Cam P says:

    But how does it compare to Texas Roadhouse?

  5. 미코MIKO says:

    Bless this girl tbh

  6. _Bob McCoy says:

    *You know a dinner roll is good when you eat them just like that*

  7. ᛏᚺᛟᚱ says:

    Here’s a pro tip I learned working in a bakery:
    You don’t proof your dough before shaping it. You let the gluten rest about 10-15 minutes after kneading it, and then you roll it out, or shape it, depends on what you’re doing, and then you let it proof. There’s no need to proof it twice.

    • Moggie Mum says:

      Try a batch both ways see what you prefer

    • ᛏᚺᛟᚱ says:

      +Disha Basu that’s the same thing. Proofing is waiting for the yeast to ferment, which creates CO2, which makes the bread rise.

    • notconvincedgranny says:

      +ᛏᚺᛟᚱ It matters. Instant dry yeast you proof once; active dry yeast, twice. It’s not a question of pro vs home, it’s a question of what you’re starting with, and the particular recipe or type of bread you’re preparing.

    • ᛏᚺᛟᚱ says:

      +notconvincedgranny We don’t have instant dry yeast, we have dry, but fresh is a lot more common, so I don’t really have experience with it, but for fresh, there’s no need to proof this kind of dough twice. Do Americans have a lack of access to fresh?

    • Paul You says:

      +Ramen Noodles Water is the basic. You can try almond milk but it will make almost zero difference.

  8. Jonah Caldwell says:

    If humans can see water but not air, can fish see air but not water?

  9. A Culinary Passion - Trevor LaFalce says:

    I could hear the angels singing throughout this video!!!!!!! I love dinner rolls so much! Throughout my culinary career, I have been making lots of bread and rolls in an effort to find the right recipe. I can only get my hands on active dry yeast. I have wanted to use fresh yeast, but where I live, it is pretty hard to find it. But overall, I am thrilled with all dinner roll recipes, and I DEFINITELY plan on making these rolls one of these upcoming days!

  10. Marzipan says:

    If Claire gives something this much praise you know it’s good

  11. Julian Munoz says:

    Proof your yeast in water so if its dead and you have to throw it out you dont waste milk butter and sugar

  12. Durga Meenakshi Panneerdoss says:

    If u r reading this I hope you have a good day!😀

  13. henry says:

    did she just call dinner rolls sexy?

  14. NLAW SAVIOR says:

    David Seymour! Make this and other Thanksgiving recipes for your family this year. Please.
    Oh, and make the Timpano for Christmas this year. Just a Christmas present from you to us.😉

  15. DIma Ramchund says:

    So folks what are we complaining about today??

  16. Disha Basu says:

    If only I received as much love as these dinner rolls… Sigh.

  17. winterbucky says:

    After watching hundreds of cooking videos, i find myself becoming immuned from hunger

  18. RidonkulousMG says:

    Imo, dinner rolls are probably one of my favorite parts of thanksgiving.

  19. Masum. says:

    Thanks to tasty, “oomph” is now my favourite word while cooking.

  20. Waa_ Luigi says:

    4:53 That physically hurt me.

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