AND I DO MEAN PERFECT!
Link to recipe is HERE.
I followed the recipe exactly. Mine did not rise to the proper height for 40 minutes instead of the 20 minutes cited in the recipe. Other than that, everything worked out exactly as it should have, including the cooking time. I started these at about 12:45 and they were coming out of the oven at 1:50. Unbelievable for homemade yeast rolls. It’s silly for me to be so excited over a recipe, but I am and can’t say enough good things about it. You must try it if you like to make bread. The Captain woke up to the smell of these rolls this afternoon. He thinks I’m awesome right at this moment. He loves me (and my rolls). He is eating his with thinly sliced ham as little sandwiches. I had mine with just buttah. Mmm!
I don’t think I’m even going to try the Lion House Roll recipe now, although I will try the flipping method of shaping the rolls sometime. (Video and recipe link in my last post if you missed it.) This recipe was too good and too quick to even try anything else.
The Ground Beef Stew I made yesterday was also a hit with both of us. It made a very large pot FULL. I only used three potatoes and half of a small bag of baby carrots because that’s all that would fit. I did have to add water and more V-8 juice three times as the cooking went on. I was surprised that some of my potatoes were not fully done until the 1.5 hour mark. This was also a keeper recipe.
No serious crocheting happening around here the last few days. I’ve only made a few random flowers just goofing around. See ya.