Yes, it's quite possible to make Yeasted Dinner Rolls in an hour. Of course, a Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer, with a dough hook is what makes this possible. But, you can use elbow grease, but allow for a little extra time and some sweat equity. This recipe is adapted from "Lick the Bowl Good". I cut the ingredients in half, which yielded 9 rolls (you can get 12, if you make them smaller. I also adapted the directions, and mine turned out just right.
|¼||cup low-fat milk|
|1-½||packages (or 3-1/2tsps.) of dry active yeast|
|¾||cups warm water (105F – 115F)|
|2-½ to 3||cups all-purpose flour|
|2||tablespoons butter, melted (optional for brushing onto baked rolls)|