Foodie Friday: Yummy Homemade Rolls Recipe

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Here is yet another famous Lewis family recipe for y'all! Such delicious rolls, it's impossible for me to escape a family function without downing at least three. Plain, buttered, with jam, it's all good. I think the record for a cousin eating these rolls in one sitting is like fifteen or something. Too yummy! Preparing the rolls is always a fun way to get amped up for gathering all together the morning of too. Definitely a family tradition I can get on board with :) BARB’S DINNER ROLLS SERVES 48 4-½ cup warm (almost hot) water 4 tablespoons yeast 1 cup granulated sugar ½ cup margarine (or butter), melted ½ cup shortening, melted 10-12 cups white flour 5 tsp. (scant) salt 1 cup dry milk (use high quality product with fine grind) 2 eggs ROLL FILLING: ½ cup butter, melted - Place warm water in bottom of Bosch or KitchenAid with bread attachment with yeast and sprinkle slightly with a little sugar. - After yeast looks “soft” add and mix ingredients in this order: sugar, melted margarine and shortening (melt these together), 4 cups of flour with 5 tsp. salt. Mix these together well. - Add 1 generous cup dry milk. Mix together well. - Add 2 eggs. Mix together well. - Add 4 more cups flour. Mix until smooth. Add 2 more cups flour. Mix 5 minutes until "dimply and sweaty"; dough will be soft. -Rise until double (about 45-60 minutes). Punch dough down and roll entire batch of dough into large oblong circle. - Spread 1 cube melted butter over dough; cut the dough in half. Cut long triangles out of dough and roll up from long end to point to form a crescent shape; place on greased cooking pans. - Cover rolls with clean, dry tea towel and let rise another 60-90 minutes on pans. Bake @ 375° for 12 minutes or until golden brown. NUTRITION FACTS Nutrition (per serving): 179.6 calories; 32% calories from fat; 6.5g total fat; 19.1mg cholesterol; 281.5mg sodium; 97.5mg potassium; 25.8g carbohydrates; 0.9g fiber; 5.6g sugar; 4.3g protein. RECIPE SOURCE Author: Barbara Camp