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Potato Yeast Rolls

Started by joan, April 29, 2003, 10:04:41 am

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joan

April 29, 2003, 10:04:41 am Last Edit: April 29, 2003, 11:31:53 am by Etta Sue
  I have given this recipe to only a very few close friends.

Potato Yeast Rolls

Dissolve:
        3 pkg. dry yeast in 1 c. lukewarm water
Mix in large bowl:
        1 qt. scalded milk
         2 c. mashed potatoes(no milk added)
         2 sticks margarine or butter
         1 c. sugar
Let cool to lukewarm, then add:
          yeast mixture
          6 cups plain flour
Let stand til foams up(about 20 mins.)
Add:
          2 beaten eggs
          1 Tblsp. salt
           more flour to make soft dough.  Knead, then allow to rise in warm place til doubled.  Turn out onto floured surface and roll or press to about 1/2 inch thickness.  Cut out rounds with biscuit cutter or glass and place onto greased pans.  Allow to rise again then bake in 350 degree oven until brown.  Brush tops with melted butter and enjoy!

Tip:  when adding lukewarm water to the yeast, test on inside of wrist.  If it feel really warm or cold, then it's not right - must be lukewarm(barely warm).  Also, I have good results allowing the dough(covered with dish towel) to rise in a sunny location away from drafts.  
             

Etta Sue

Thank you, Joan, for this recipe.  As you may notice, I took the liberty of making the title of the recipe in Bold.  This is just for being uniform for our recipes.  Then if people want to copy and paste the recipe into notepad or Word, the title is bold.  

Please come back and post some more recipes.  If all of your recipes are like this one, you are one great cook!

God Bless.




Pat

Hey, Joan!  

That sounds like a great recipe!  Thanks for sharing it with us.


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joan

Etta Sue - the bold looks just fine.  Hope you try this recipe.  The ladies at the salad supper tonight applauded me for the rolls!    These rolls can be frozen after baking and heated before serving - don't forget to butter while hot!

Pat Scott - sorry it took so long for me to get here!  Looks like such a lovely place to be.

Pat



Joan, better late than never!  We have a wonderful group of people here.  

Make sure you go and see all of the nice welcome messages to you in the New Every Morning thread for today.

Folks, Joan is a fantastic cook!  I've been in her home and tasted what she's cooked!  And she's great at saying "Y'all come!"



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Etta Sue

Is this Joan S from SrNet?  Hi, Joan!  Glad to see ya here!!!!




joan

Hi to you too, Etta Sue.  Yes, I'm from SN where it has become too rude sometimes for me.

Etta Sue

I agree, Joan...I lurk and still get upset with the innuendos at times.   ::)  Be sure and check out New Every Morning on here.  That is where we meet each morning and tell about our coming day.  Lots of great questions and answers, too!





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Joan ~ Hi, I thought it might be you! Glad you are here with us. (The Gabby One)

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