Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Good News. Bad News.


GOOD NEWS:
My new kitchen aid I got for Christmas works. It kneaded my dough perfectly, which then proceeded to rise perfecly, mold into my twist shapes perfectly, and cook perfectly.

BAD NEWS:
Rolls taste really bad when you forget to include one important ingredient: salt.

Dang...24 rolls into the trash (and a few hours of wasted time).
Any roll recipies you'd like to share? I'm on the hunt for the best roll recipe.

8 comments:

Anderson's said...

my older sister has THE best recipe. I will get it for you!

Hannah said...

Tragic! I have some great roll recipes but you'll probably have to wait another month or two for my brain to return :). Love yoU!

amy said...

YES!!! Best roll's ever! http://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=204&sid=251983
I made them for Thanksgiving and everyone loved them!

Kara said...

Ugh, i hate that!! I bet your rolls looked fabulous though. I swear something happens to your brain after you have kids. I forget everything now. Blame it on pregnancy... its the best excuse ever.

Jill said...

You have now been initiated! We have ALL done that. So sorry.

Once I tried putting salty peanut butter or salty cheese on unsalted bread....or tearing it up to make stuffing (you can add salt to the mix...)in case you ever do it again!

The worst story ever is when Jan made cinnamon rolls with a preschool class, using salt instead of sugar. That was a sad day.

Jill said...

I wasn't too clear, I see...that middle paragraph has possible solutions, if it ever happens again.

becca said...

Bummer! Better luck next time. Why is it always the salt that gets forgotten? I've done that too many times, and the flavor is pathetic.

I'll start passing along my favorite Kitchen-Aid recipes. . .

janner said...

Wow, yes. I did that. Totally forgot about that story until I read Jill's comment. Sorry about the rolls Ang--at least the Kitchen Aid worked! You will love it--my very favorite appliance of all time, next to my Dyson vacuum. The roll recipe you need is Hannah's--we die over them every time they bring them for a family occasion.