Saturday, 28 April 2012

5 minute dinner rolls and the best tomato soup



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22 comments:

  1. It's cold AND rainy here. I'm thinking your tomato soup and biscuits would be absolutely perfect! And, honestly, who doesn't like homemade tomato soup? I can't wait to try them - Thanks!

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  2. I NEED to try this rolls recipe asap! Also I made your Feta and Black Olive Dip last night and it was amazing! Absolutely loved it :)

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    1. Aw I'm glad to hear it, thanks! :) Actually that dip would be pretty good spread on one of these rolls...

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  3. Every thing here looks wonderful and I have enjoyed checking out your site. Thank you for trying my recipe, too. I hope you have a great week.

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  4. I am making this soup right now, and it already looks fantastic! I would make the scone things too, but I'm all out of milk and it is WAY too cold to head outside right now, so I'll be having this with a black bean burger :) Thanks!

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    1. And the verdict is, this is actually one of the most delicious soups I have ever made!!! Definitely a winner, I can see myself making this a lot in the next months. I'm going home to visit my parents this weekend, and I'm totally going to make it for them :)

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    2. Yay I'm glad I wasn't alone in thinking it was the best soup ever!! :) Really glad you enjoyed it!

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  5. Love your blog! Newbie question about the dinner rolls: I have no self-raising flour, just the regular kind. I'm assuming that won't work right? Anything I can add to the flour to make it happen? Thanks!

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    1. Thanks! If you use plain flour your rolls will probably end up a bit flat and dense. You can add baking powder to plain flour which has the same effect as SR flour - see here http://www.cheftalk.com/t/33912/baking-powder-self-raising-flour

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    2. Thanks a mil :)

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  6. Both sound wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing on Thursday's Treasures Week 32! See you soon! <3 and hugs!

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  7. I love both of these recipes! I'm so glad you joined, and shared, on Thursday's Treasures Week 32! Hope you'll join again Thursday! <3 and hugs!

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  8. They sounds wonderful! Thanks for another great recipe and for linking up to Southern Sundays! :)

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  9. I've never seen a bread recipe like this with mayonnaise. It looks delicious and I will try them soon :)I found you over at Southern Sundays.

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  10. I never used mayo in rolls or bread - sounds like a nice idea. Something to try next time. Your rolls look delicious! And the soup too :-)

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  11. Girl, you are making me hungry...the pictures are fantastic! And the recipe is so quick, easy and is gonna be my next item on my to do list. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. oh this sounds like a delicious meal! awesome job!

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  13. Can i use pancake mix for the self rising effect since it has baking powder??

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  14. Can i use pancake mix for the leavening effect since i have no self rising flour orbaking powder??

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    1. Honestly I've never used pancake mix before, not sure I've ever even seen it in the shops! So I have no idea - but please experiment and report back! :)

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  15. Bonjour!
    I have all the ingredients for the rolls except the mayo..is it a problem???
    Sorry for my english...i'm french! and i'm missing "home made" bread...
    Thanks!

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    1. Since there are only 4 ingredients I don't think it would work if you skipped the mayo! The garlic granules is the only thing you could miss out.

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