Click here to see Grandma Elsie's Potato Rolls - Day One for the recipe!
The dough rose overnight and looked great this morning. Today we went to Sonnet's house to finish making the rolls.
Sonnet rolled the dough and cut it and I dipped, folded and placed the rolls in the pans.
The recipe is easy to make in the Kitchen Aid, not much working the dough, a single batch makes a lot of rolls, and pre-baking makes them fast and easy when it's time for dinner.
It took a little while to make that many rolls, but I know we'll be happy on Thursday when everyone gobbles them up.
We had four beautiful batches of dough and ended up with 8 9x13" pans of rolls.
Remember, the rolls are pre-baked and then baked again for a short time before serving -- kinda like homemade brown and serve rolls, but sooooo much better!
The taste test proves Grandma Elsie's potato roll recipe is a winner!