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Rich Rolls

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Thanks to Mom for providing me with this recipe, I can’t remember having a holiday dinner without these.
This is higher in fat than what would normally be found in common bread, but everyone has a different Fat, Protein, CHO (carbohydrate) percentage that they aim for, so this might be right up your alley.

1.5 c milk
.25 water
.5 cup butter
1 t yeast
3 egg
1 t salt
.5 cup sugar
5 cups or so of flour

Using a large bowl, add the warm water and yeast. Let this sit for 5-10 minutes and add milk (warm), butter, eggs, salt, and sugar. Mix these and begin to add the flour until kneading is needed. Knead until elastic adding a little more flour if needed. Paint with butter and cover. Let this rise for an hour or until doubled.
Give it a good old fashioned smack. Divide the dough into four equal parts and roll into balls. On a floured surface, roll each ball out into an 8-9” circle. Cut this circle in 8 pieces, just like a pizza. Roll each piece up from the fat end to the tip. Let these sit aside to rise for 30 minutes or so in a warm area. Once the rolls have risen, bake for about 14 minutes at 330F on a cookie sheet. Makes 32 rolls.