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Copycat Texas Roadhouse Rolls

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Copycat Texas Roadhouse Rolls
Copycat Texas Roadhouse Rolls
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These Copycat Texas Roadhouse Rolls are utterly irresistible. One of the most coveted Texas Roadhouse restaurant recipes, these fluffy, buttery rolls are a delightful dinner companion. You will not be able to eat just one. These steakhouse staples are sure to make everyone happy when you serve them at your next occasion. They are just perfect for big family gatherings, such as Thanksgiving. Serve up something warm and delicious with this copycat restaurant recipe. Everyone will be saying "yee haw" by the time they finish eating them. Giddy on up and make these rolls today!

Makes: 48 rolls

Cooking Time: 15 min

Ingredients
  • 2 cups milk
  • 1 package dry yeast
  • 1/2 cup warm water
  • 1/2 cup sugar, divided
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 7 1/2 cups flour, divided
  • 3 tablespoons butter plus about 1 tablespoon for brushing on finished rolls
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 teaspoons salt

Don't leave without making this amazing and easy recipe for Copycat Texas Radhouse Butter! It only takes a few miutes, and will go perfectly with your rolls.


 

Instructions
  1. Prepare 1 large baking sheet (half-sheet size) or two cookie sheets with rimmed edges by greasing lightly.
     
  2. Warm milk in the microwave until it is just warm to the touch. While milk is heating, place yeast, warm water and 1 tablespoon of the sugar in the bowl of a heavy-duty mixer and allow to “proof” until it is foamy, about 5 minutes.
     
  3. Place the remaining sugar, the honey, warm milk and 3 ½ cups flour into the mixer and using the paddle attachment, beat on medium low (setting 3 on a heavy duty mixer) for 2 minutes, scraping down sides before adding the butter, eggs and milk. Beat for another 2 minutes and scrape down again.
     
  4. With the machine running on medium low, add another 2 cups of flour slowly until the dough begins to leave the sides of the bowl. Stop the mixer and let the dough stand 3 minutes.
     
  5. Again on medium low, beat the dough to “knead” it for 5 minutes. Add more flour a tablespoon at a time until it just begins to hold its shape and is not too sticky. 
     
  6. Grease a large bowl with vegetable oil and with greased fingers, pull the dough out of the mixer bowl and into the greased bowl, rolling it in the bowl to coat the surface with the oil. Cover with plastic wrap and then lay a cloth towel over and allow to rise in a warm place for 45 minutes, or until double in size (See Note).
     
  7. Lightly dust a work surface with any remaining flour and turn the dough out onto the surface. Knead the dough, pushing it down to deflate it, just until it comes together into a very smooth ball, about 1 minute. Use a rolling pin, which is lightly dusted with flour to roll the dough into a large rectangle about ½ inch thick. Pull the dough to fold it to make two layers, one inch thick. Roll again until the two layers firmly stick together. Use a sharp knife or dough scraper to cut 2-inch squares and lay them on the prepared baking sheet(s), just barely touching each other.
     
  8. Cover with plastic wrap and a cloth towel again and allow to rise another hour or until double in size.
     
  9. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Bake the rolls for about 25 minutes or until golden brown on top. Remove the pan(s) from the oven and immediately brush the remaining tablespoon of butter all over the tops.

 


This recipe was inspired by a reader favorite recipe, Just Like Texas Raodhouse Rolls.


 

Notes

One good way to provide a warm place for dough to rise is inside the microwave:  place 2 cups water into a measuring cup and heat until boiling, about 2 minutes. Leave the cup in the oven and place the covered bowl alongside it, close the door and set a timer for half the total rise time. At that time, remove the dough, reheat the water another 2 minutes and return the bowl to the oven until the dough is doubled. The heat and moisture will promote a good rise, and it may not take the entire time a recipe specifies, so check it near the end to see that it is double in size.

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Warm, fluffy, and delicious - just how a dinner roll should be. I loved that these baked up nice and big, and no need for butter at all. I've not eaten at Texas Roadhouse, so don't know if these compare - but I DO know that they taste great and I will be making them again.

I was so surprised that these rolls were homemade and not from Texas Roadhouse. They were really fluffy and had that taste that you expect from plain white rolls that you get at restaurants. While I'm not sure if they were exactly Texas Roadhouse quality, they were pretty close.

Wow! I love Texas Roadhouse rolls and these were excellent! The buttery top is the best.

These rolls are beyond delicious!

I was a little startled by how sweet these were, but they were quite good!

These were wonderful! They had a little bit of sweetness to them that made them taste just right. I'd eat these with any dinner!

I would eat these rolls every day if I could. My personal roll eating record is 12, but I think I could beat that when faced with a basket of these delicious rolls.

Roadhouse has some of the best bread, in my opinion. Can't wait to give this a try!

I could eat bread for every meal! These rolls look amazing, but I'd definitely cut down the recipe...I don't usually need 60 rolls! The full recipe would be perfect for Thanksgiving though

Yumm yumm

This is also called "Milk and Honey Bread". And the honey is just ever so slight, but makes a wonderful contribution to the taste and texture of the bread.

{Copycat Recipe} Texas Roadhouse Rolls recipe and image via Eat Cake for Dinner makes about 5 dozen rolls 1 package active dry yeast 1/2 c. warm water 2 c. milk, scalded then cooled to room temperature 3 Tbsp. melted butter, slightly cooled 1/2 c. sugar 7-8 c. flour 2 eggs 2 tsp. salt 1/2 c. honey (optional - HOWEVER, I have read the comments regarding this recipe and those who have found the most success with these rolls have added honey. I have never made them with honey though. So it's up to you!) Directions Place milk in a saucepan over medium heat. Bring to a boil and remove from heat. Allow to cool slightly. Melt the butter in the microwave and set aside. In a mixing bowl, combine yeast, warm water, and 1 Tbsp sugar. Let the yeast get bubbly. Add the rest of the sugar, honey (if using), milk, and 3 1/2 c. flour to the yeast mixture. Beat together for two minutes. Add butter, eggs, and salt. Stir well. Add the rest of the flour a half a cup at a time until the dough begins to separate from the sides of the bowl. Let it rest for 3-5 minutes. Knead the dough in the bowl for 5 minutes. Add flour a Tablespoon at a time if the dough seems sticky. Remove dough from bowl and grease the inside of the bowl. Place the dough back in the bowl and flip it around till the entire outside is nice and shiny with the oil. Loosely cover the bowl with plastic wrap and allow the dough to double in size (about 45 minutes). Once the dough has doubled, smash it down with your fists (also called "punching") for about a minute. Roll the dough out to about a 1/2 inch thick. Then fold the dough in half, now making it an inch thick, and roll over with a rolling pin to seal it together. Cut the dough into 2-inch squares using a dough scraper (or whatever you have that will work well to cut the dough). Place the dough on a greased baking sheet and cover lightly with plastic wrap. Allow the dough to double in size again (about 1 hour). Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes, or until golden brown. Immediately rub the tops with a little bit of butter for that fabulous shine. Enjoy!

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Tell Anita to go to Cupcake Diaries and the recipe is there for Copycat recipe for Texas Roadhouse rolls

Please tell Anita to go to the Cupcake diaries post and the recipe for the copycat texas Roadhouse rolls are there

These are the best ever!!!! Thank you!!!!

These are the BEST!!!!

It's sad that a person who wants this recipe can't get it, why show the picture of the rolls if you can't get the recipe. No comment on the rating

You can access the recipe by clicking the green link that says "Click here for the recipe." The link is to the left of the picture and beneath where it says "Cooking Time."

the internet will not let me go to "click here for recipe"....

I would like to print the recipe. Don't seem to be able to do this

Copy and Paste onto Word Document. Worked for me.

If you select it (make it blue) and then go to print and then just ask your printer to print selection, it will print what you have selected.

I think you should not list recipes that we need to leave recipe lion site to find. Very frustrating.

To those who can't find the recipes...if you look directly under the cooking time, there is a link you must click on. Took me a while to find them too.

Where is the recipe for Copycat recipe for Texas Roadhouse Rolls?

Look above. Under "Cooking time", there's a link in green that says "click here for the recipe". And don't feel bad - I had to trace back through three websites to finally find it! :)

where is the recipe for the rools ??????? why is it ao hard to find ????????????????????????

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