Monday, April 28, 2008

When good rolls go bad...


Okay so I'm visiting the family this weekend and yesterday in preparation for dinner we decided to quick rize the rhodes dough...but I didn't read all of the instructions. So we put the frozen lumps of dough in a pan, preheat the oven and turn it off (as instructed), place boiling water in another pan and position it below the top rack and insert the rolls...we then promptly forgot about them...well, kind of (we thought we could leave them be for an hour and a half...but we were wrong). When we opened the oven to check on them, we had roll dough oozing over the side of the pan and brushing the oven rack...this would never do for rolls so we removed it, gathered up all of the dough, smooshed it into one giant glob and then pinched off pieces and placed them in muffin tins. They tasted good when they finished, but check out how huge they were....


~Pyper

2 comments:

Asterix said...

I thought you meant "go bad" as in moldy or rotten. thank goodness it wasn't. Unless you wanted to make sourdough rolls.

AmyNPyper said...

LOL...never made sourdough...that's a thought though. Those suckers are above the rim of the muffin tins...gynormus!