Homemade Potato Rolls

by Beth

Amish Potato Rolls

1 c. mashed potato

1 c. sugar

½ c. butter

3 eggs, beaten

1 ½ t. salt

2 pkg yeast

1 c. warm water

5 cups flour

Mix together first 5 ingredients. Dissolve the yeast in the warm water, then add it to the mixture. Stir in about 3 cups flour. Add remaining flour while kneading. Knead until no longer sticky but still moist. Let rise until double.

Preheat oven to 325*. Roll out dough to 3/4″-1″ thickness. Cut into bun shapes with round cookie or biscuit cutter. Place on greased cookie sheet about 2″ apart. Let rise until puffy but not doubled. Brush with milk. Bake until golden brown, about 12 minutes.

Yields: 3 dozen

Prep time; 40 min.

Cook time: 40 min.

This recipe comes from Food Network. It is an Amish recipe.  Kayla made this batch and probably took the picture :o)

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14 thoughts on “Homemade Potato Rolls

  1. Those look really good! Hmm… Maybe I’ll try to modify them for a gluten free version! :)

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  2. Yes, I think these could freeze nicely. I’ve never done it but I would think, if you freeze them after the cutting and then thaw and let them rise, they should do well. Hope you enjoy them as much as we do.

  3. i have made 10+ attempts at bread but never have luck. I think its a fight with the yeast. All the yeast i find says no need to add water to activate. How would this change the directions here?

  4. Just skip the dissolving stage and just put the yeast into the flour and mix. You may have a bad batch of yeast if it’s not raising. Sometimes I’m not patience enough, it could take longer than a recipe calls for if the temp. of the room is cooler. You could put your oven on warm for 10 minutes, shut off and the try to raise the bread there. HTH

  5. You will still need the liquid but the yeast doesn’t need to be proofed. I hope that makes sense to you.

  6. I made these potato rolls today for my family and another family. Totally crashed my diet. I ate two before dinner. They were exceptional. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

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