On Sunday night we got the chance to go see Les Mis at a local theater with my husbands company. Have you see Les Mis, the movie or the musical? I had not seen the movie before, and didn’t really know anything about the story. The extent of my knowledge was there was a character named Cosette. One of my best friends in high school was named Cosette. Her mom had watched the movie and loved it so much while she was pregnant, she named her daughter after one of the characters. I am glad that I finally know the story, and had the chance to see it live.
Today #SundaySupper is celebrating its 1st birthday. I honestly had no idea it was that new. I joined this summer, and had seen it around for awhile at that point. So when Isabel announced this weeks event, I was shocked. I am so happy to be part of this wonderful and supportive group. Getting people back to having dinner around the dinner table is such an important thing, I am happy I can help spread the word each Sunday. So to celebrate today, we are looking back. Each of us have made a recipe from one of our fellow contributors, that was part of one of the past events. Kind of fun, huh?
I picked these dinner rolls from Carla at Chocolate Moosey. She made them for the Land O’ Lakes event this summer. Coincidentally that was my first event with the #SundaySupper group. I really had a hard time picking, there have been so many great recipes over the last year. But fresh bread won out in the end. I have a soft spot for fresh bread, I just can’t turn it down.
I made these rolls over the weekend, and they were so quick. They were ready in under an hour, and so soft and fluffy. The touch of honey leaves them with a hint of sweetness. I reheated them in the oven the next day and they were just as good. The whole family agreed that these will need to be made again and again in our house.
- Honey Butter Dinner Rolls
- From Chocolate Moosey
- 2 – 2½ cups flour
- 2 tbls sugar
- 2¼ tsp active yeast (1 package)
- ¼ tsp garlic powder
- ¼ tsp onion powder
- ¼ tsp salt
- ¾ cup warm watner (120-130 degrees)
- 3 Tbls unsalted butter, melted and cooled
- ¾ cup shredded cheddar cheese
- 2 tsp honey
- ⅛ tsp garlic powder
- ⅛ tsp onion powder
- In a large bowl, combine 1½ cups flour, sugar, yeast, garlic powder, onion powder and salt. Add water and 2 Tbls butter. Beat for about 3 minutes, until smooth. Using a spatula stir in cheese, and enough of the remaining flour (1/2-1 cup) to form a soft dough.
- Turn the dough onto a lightly floured surface. Knead for 4-6 minutes, until smooth. Add additional flour if the dough is sticky. Cover and let rest for 10 minutes.
- Spray a pie plate or other round pan with non stick spray. After the dough has rested, divide into 12 equal portions. Roll into balls, and place in the pan. Cover and let rise for about 30 minutes, or until doubled in size.
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Once the rolls have risen, bake for 11-14 minutes, or until lightly golden brown.
- In a small bowl combine 1 Tbls butter, honey, garlic powder and onion powder. Heat for a few seconds, so it is thin. Remove rolls from the oven, and brush with the butter honey mixture. Let rolls cool until the glaze sets. Then serve.
Join us in our celebration! Visit these blogs and see how each one is celebrating Sunday Supper’s birthday:
Sunday Supper Appetizers:
- Hot Spinach Parmesan Dip by Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks inspired by Comfy Cuisine
- So Simple Pizza Puffs by The Weekend Gourmet inspired by Hip Foodie Mom
- Pepperoni and Mozzarella Pull Apart by Noshing With The Nolands inspired by In the Kitchen with KP
Sunday Supper Soups and Breads:
- Lasagna Soup by The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen inspired by Cravings of a Lunatic
- Easy Italian Wedding Soup by Webicurean inspired by Family Foodie
- Roasted Butternut Squash and Sage Soup by Damn Delicious inspired by Cupcakes and Kale Chips
- Honey Butter Dinner Rolls by Dinners, Dishes and Desserts inspired by Chocolate Moosey
- Chicken Noodle Soup by Big Bears Wife inspired by My Catholic Kitchen
- Tomato Florentine Soup by Mama Mommy Mom inspired by The Meltaways
- Chicken Soup with Dumplings by Comfy Cuisine inspired by The Messy Baker
- Coconut Curry Chicken Soup by My Trials in the Kitchen inspired by Damn Delicious
Sunday Supper Main Dishes:
- Portuguese Mussels and Shrimp in Chorizo Sauce by Supper for a Steal inspired by Family Foodie
- (GlutenFree) Chicken Bruschetta by The Meltaways inspired by Family Foodie
- Feijoada Portuguese Bean Stew by Kimchi Mom inspired by Family Foodie
- Lentils and Chorizo Stew by Galactosemia in PDX inspired by Vintage Kitchen
- Carnitas Pizza w/ Chipotle-Avocado Crema by girlichef inspired by Damn Delicious
- Chicken and Black Bean Enchiladas by Country Girl in the Village inspired by Webicurean
- Drunken Meatballs by Small Wallet Big Appetite inspired by The Foodie Army Wife
- Goat Cheese Rigatoni Alfredo by Magnolia Days inspired by Family Foodie
- Dorie’s Chicken-in-the-Pot by Hip Foodie Mom inspired by Gotta Get Baked
- Pulled Pickled Pork by Juanita’s Cocina inspired by Daily Dish Recipes
- Hoisin Asian Meatballs by Gotta Get Baked inspired by Damn Delicious
- Shrimp-Stuffed Twice Baked Potatoes by Daily Dish Recipes inspired by Juanita’s Cocina
- Soy, Orange Juice and Red Wine Marinade by Peanut Butter and Peppers inspired by That Skinny Chick Can Bake
- Chicken Burger with Curried Cabbage Slaw by Cindy’s Recipes and Writings inspired by Soni’s Food
- Corn and Basil Handpies by Curious Cuisiniere inspired by Vintage Kitchen Notes
- Lightened Up Slow Cooker Indian Butter Chicken by Cupcakes and Kale Chips inspired by The Meltaways
- Jalapeño Popper Chicken Chili by Food Lust People Love inspired by Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
- Bigos by Maroc Mama inspired by From Fast Food to Fresh Food
- Crispy Coconut Chicken Strips with Sweet Chili Sauce by From Fast Food to Fresh Food inspired by Crispy Bits and Burnt Ends
- Pork Loin with Port Shallot Sauce by Bobbi’s Kozy Kitchen inspired by Vintage Kitchen Notes
- Sweet & Tender Brisket by Daddy Knows Less inspired by Juanita’s Cocina
- Fish Tacos by Cookistry inspired by Little Ferraro Kitchen
- Homemade Harissa by Masala Herb inspired by The Wimpy Vegetarian
- Spicy Seoulful Pulled Pork Sandwiches by Family Foodie inspired by Kimchi Mom
- New Orleans Style White Beans & Rice by Catholic Foodie inspired by The Hand that Rocks the Ladle
- Spice Rubbed Chicken Tacos with Tropical Salsa by The Urban Mrs. inspired by Family Foodie
- Mac n Cheese Cups with Pork Shoulder Ragu by Crispy Bits and Burnt Ends inspired by Hip Foodie Mom
Sunday Supper Veggies:
- Carrots au Gratin by Shockingly Delicious inspired by Juanita’s Cocina
- Skillet Spinach Corn with Edamame, Cilantro & Bacon Bits by The Lovely Pantry inspired by Sue’s Nutrition Buzz
Sunday Supper Desserts and Snacks:
- Chocolate Brownie Tart by That Skinny Chick Can Bake inspired by Magnolia Days
- Mexican Hot Cocoa Sandwich Cookies by Chocolate Moosey inspired by Juanita’s Cocina
- Cinnamon Apple Chimichangas by La Cocina de Leslie inspired by Juanita’s Cocina
- Apple Pull Apart Bread with Caramel Drizzle by Cravings of a Lunatic inspired by Gotta Get Baked
- Cherry Tart by Happy Baking Days inspired by Vintage Kitchen
- Orange Rolls by No One Likes Crumbley Cookies inspired by That Skinny Chick Can Bake
- Caramel Apple Bread by The Foodie Army Wife inspired by Fam Friends Food
- Rosettes by Simply Gourmet inspired by That Skinny Chick Can Bake
- Pumpkin Donut Puffs by Soni’s Food inspired by Daily Dish Recipes
- Chocolate Chip Cut-out Cookies by Basic and Delicious inspired by Chocolate Moosey
- Nutella Shortbread Bars by Kelly Bakes inspired by Baker Street
- Butterscotch Pudding Triple Chip Cookies by Mom’s Test Kitchen inspired by Dinner Dishes and Desserts
- Chocolate Fudge Brownie Ice Cream by The Messy Baker Blog inspired by Cravings of a Lunatic
- Angel Cake Sandwiches by Ninja Baker inspired by That Skinny Girl Can Bake
- Soft Pretzels with Spicy Beer Cheese Sauce by Vintage Kitchen inspired by girlichef
- Sweet N Spicy Roasted Spiced Nuts by Sue’s Nutrition Buzz inspired by The Foodie Army Wife
- Cheesecake with Fresh Berries by An Appealing Plan inspired by The Messy Baker Blog
- Spiced Pumpkin Ricotta Oat Muffins by In the Kitchen with Audrey inspired by Sue’s Nutrition Buzz
- Budget Friendly Breakfast Freezable Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Sandwiches by In The Kitchen with KP inspired by Big Bear’s Wife
- Raspberry Hot Chocolate by My Catholic Kitchen inspired by Momma’s Meals
Sunday Supper Wine Pairings by ENOFYLZ Wine Blog
What a fun event filled with such good food! I only wish I could actually taste each one. Oh wait! I can. I have the recipes. Time to get cooking…
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Happy Halloween! Today is a busy day. We have Halloween parades, parties, pumpkins to carve, and trick or treating to get to. I am sure if you have kids, you are in the same boat. So here is a super quick side dish to make before you send them out tonight.
The more I look at these the more I think they look like sail boats, not witches hats, but go with me. Just don’t look too hard. I used store bought crescent rolls for these, and just didn’t roll them up all the way. Fold the tip over, and you have a hat! Great with a bowl of chili, or just about anything before they run around the neighborhood collecting candy.
My son thought they were super cute. He was very excited to have them with dinner. After awhile he did turn on me, and jumped on the sail boat side. Of course, I had to open my mouth and cast doubt, didn’t I? Either way, they are cute and fun for the kids.
I hope everyone had a great weekend and a great St. Patrick’s Day. It was a great long weekend for us. My husband took a half day on Friday, so we spent the afternoon at a museum and exploring parts of Denver. On Saturday morning we stumbled upon a St. Patrick’s Day parade, which made for a fun activity. Then, yesterday we went hiking. It was the perfect weather for our 5+ mile hike in the foothills near Fort Collins. Today is back to real life….spring break is over
Real life, means I have to have a meal plan ready for the week. Last week it included these rolls, they might have to be made again soon. This recipe has been floating around Pinterest for awhile. When I made Beer Cheese Soup, I knew these would pair perfectly with it. A big soft pretzel with a cheddar soup? Kind of a no brainer! The whole family loved them. I was a little nervous for my husbands reaction, because they are a little outside the box. But he loved them. He kind of hoarded them and made sure there were enough for each bowl of soup he was having leftover. Plus, they were surprisingly easy!
I hope you all had a great Valentine’s Day yesterday. Did anyone do anything extra special? My 6 year old loved his party at school, and came home with lots of cards and candy. He loved the little card I made him, and the Star Wars figure. He made us a very cute little heart that he cut out and wrote “I Love You” on. Hubby surprised me with The Bread Baker’s Apprentice, which makes this post very ironic. All in all, a pretty good Tuesday (minus the parts of dinner that failed).
Now that we are past another holiday, it is time to get back to normal food. So I bring you bread, and it is not pink or heart shaped I love bread, especially fresh bread. When I have soup, I really want bread to go with it. A couple weeks ago when I made Corn Chowder, I tried these rolls. They were soft, and the perfect pairing for any soup. I think I might actually be getting over my fear of yeast! Hard to believe I used to shy away from trying any bread recipe.
My husband has a cold. My son got it on Monday, and then my husband got it. I have managed to avoid it thus far, fingers crossed it can stay that way! So when planning dinner last night, husband says he doesn’t feel like much. What is a girl to do? I was out running errands and remembered I had leftover soup in the freezer. Perfect!! Just make some dinner rolls (because who can have soup without bread?), and we are done. Plus it was a cloudy, windy, 45 degree day….soup seemed appropriate.
I love these rolls! I have been making them for years. I found then in a Weight Watchers cookbook that I have. They are only 56 calories per roll! Fresh bread for only 56 calories, heaven! The original recipe calls for sun-dried tomatoes to be added with the herbs, but I skip that part. I have always been nervous about making bread. It has taken me awhile to feel comfortable with it. I still have not mastered it, but I don’t shy away from it like I used to. But this one is foolproof – your food processor does the kneading!
Herb Dinner Rolls
Adapted from Weight Watchers
1 1/4 cups lukewarm water (105-115 degrees)
1 package active dry yeast
3 1/2 cups all purpose flour
1 1/2 tsp salt
1 1/2 tsp Italian Seasoning
1/4 tsp freshly ground black pepper
1 egg white, beaten with 2 tsp of water
In a liquid measuring cup, measure the water, and then sprinkle the yeast over the top. Let it stand for about 10 minutes, until it becomes foamy. Put the flour and the salt in the food processor.
Turn on the food processor, and then scrape the yeast mixture through the feed tube, just until the dough forms a ball. Then pulse it until it is smooth and no longer sticky, about 30 times. Spray a bowl with non-stick spray, and place the dough in the bowl. Cover with a towel and let stand for about an hour, until it is double in size.
Next you divide the dough into 12 portions. Try to get them equal in size. Form each into an oval shape. Place them on a lined baking tray, 3 inches apart. Cover and let rise for another hour.
After they have almost doubled in size again, you are ready to bake them. You bake at 400 degrees, for about 20 minutes. Brush them with the egg white so they get nice and brown on the top. You can tell when bread it done by knocking on the bottom. When it sounds hollow, it is done.