This recipe takes a bit of time to make and includes several different (but not difficult) steps. However, I assure you that it’s well worth the time and effort you’ll spend making this amazing sweet and savory yeasted bread. Plus, the fact that it makes two loaves means you can feed a hungry crowd, or eat one now and put one in the freezer for later. BING!
Biscuits & Rolls
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