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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Buttermilk Refrigerator Dough - ready at a moment's notice...





I don’t know how anyone can cook on a regular basis without a quart of buttermilk in their refrigerator. It is the main ingredient in these hearty rolls. The dough reminds me of the buttermilk scone dough my mother used to make for the Relief Society Bazaar booth at the Sandy City 4th of July Celebration when I was a kid. The proportions are different, but the taste is almost the same. Delicious!

So how many favorite roll recipes do YOU have, anyway? I am hopeless... every roll becomes my new favorite. This recipe (which I saw on sisterscafe website HERE) caught my eye because it can be stored in the refrigerator for a long period of time without much change in quality. As the sisters mention, it is the answer to hot rolls for Sunday Dinner. But I’ve found a few other ways to use this versatile dough - check back for one soon...

My dear friend Debbie has a unique way of making Knot rolls. Check out her website cookinonthemountain.blogspot.com - (she can make heavenly meals completely in her box oven - it’s amazing! She is my outdoor cooking hero-ine!) I used her method of shaping with this terrific dough, but next time I will try her recipe also...

For this recipe, plenty of photos, and instructions - go to:
www.changeabletable.com ("full house" tab)


1 comment:

  1. Beautiful! I'm going to plan on making those this Sunday. They look so soft.

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