How To Make Texas Roadhouse Rolls?
Texas Roadhouse Rolls – a copycat recipe that is sweet, fluffy, and buttery. Texas rolls that have been liberally smeared with homemade melting honey cinnamon butter are served. All it takes is one bite to send you to bread paradise!
We never baked homemade buns while I was growing up. However, after I began baking in large quantities in college, I baked them for Thanksgiving and we never looked back! My handmade rolls are served at every holiday dinner, and no matter how many I prepare, there are never enough. You may eat them with jam or butter or on sandwiches… delicious! Is it already time for Thanksgiving?
I understand that baking yeast bread may be daunting for first-time bakers, but all you need is a basic recipe and some yeast that hasn’t been lying on your shelf for years. Most of my breads are kneaded by hand, but I just used my stand mixer with the dough hook attachment for this recipe to make it as simple as possible.
Depending on your preference, you may shape these Copycat Texas Roadhouse Rolls into knots, spiral rolls, crescents, or conventional bun shapes. I made simple squares since I wanted them to appear like Texas Roadhouse Rolls, which is what I was going for. Furthermore, if you roll the dough out into a square or rectangle, it is quite simple to cut into squares.
INGREDIENTS NEEDED TO MAKE THESE INCREDIBLE ROLLS:
Warm milk, about one cup.
A small Pkg.Of active dry yeast.
70 grams.Of white sugar.
3 Cups and a half.Of all-purpose four. + more for the board!!
A third Cup.Of melted butter + additional quarter cup.
A small spoon.Of salt.
FOR THE HONEY CINNAMON BUTTER, YOU’LL NEED:
A half Cup.Of softened butter.
1 small spoon.of ground cinnamon
2 large spoons.Of honey.
2 large spoons.Of powdered sugar.
I combined the heated milk with sugar, and yeast in a cup or small bowl. While preparing the other ingredients, I let the yeast proof and begin to activate.
This is not required, but I prefer to using cold milk straight from the refrigerator.
I combined the flour after sifting it with an egg, a third cup of melted butter, and salt in a stand mixer or food processor.
And I incorporate the milk liquid into the flour mixture until a smooth dough forms; the dough was stickier and wetter than normal bread dough.
And In an oiled bowl, I placed the dough, flipped it to coat both sides, and covered it with a cloth, and I let it double in size.
After that, I punched down the dough and turned it out onto a floured board after it has doubled in size, let it for around 10 minutes for rest.
Then, I rolled the dough out into a big, flat rectangle that was about 1/2 inch thick.
I cut it into 16 equal pieces with a sharp knife and put it on a prepared baking pan, and allowed it to double in size again.
I turned the temperature of the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit, and I baked the rolls on the prepared baking sheet for 10 minutes.
When they were taken from the oven, they were a light brown color, and I brushed the tops of the rolls with the remaining quarter cup of melted butter just before serving.
And to make the honey cinnamon butter; I combined the butter with ground cinnamon, honey, and powdered sugar in a mixing bowl until thoroughly combined, and I poured it over the baked rolls.
Let’s get started. I’m not going to keep you back. Feel the warm, soft, fluffy surface of those rolls being kissed by that silky smooth cinnamon butter spread! But, hey, I’ve had these rolls as sandwiches as well, and they’re just as tasty with or without the spread.