I have been using my daughter's quick Yeast Rolls and they were good, but....these are good also, and they make a few more for when you have a larger crowd.
The recipe was given to us by an elderly lady that use to make them when hubby was a boy, so it is a "tried and proven" recipe. It is very tender and yummy. Can also make them like brown and serve rolls. Cook until just starting to brown then check to see if they are done. If so, remove from oven to heat later.
Bake at 350 - 400 degrees until golden brown
1 1/2 cups warm water
1/4 cup veg. oil
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup dried (powdered) milk---she said you could use regular milk, but I have not tried it yet
1 teaspoon salt
2 packages Red star yeast or any fast acting yeast
Mix all ingredients until yeast is dissolved
Add 1 egg --slightly beaten
4 cups flour---no more
Mix well and cover with a damp cloth and let rise for 1 hour
Pour out on well floured surface...sprinkle with flour and form into a rectangle --use only enough flour so it will not stick to your hands or surface. Try not to add to much flour. Cut out like biscuits. Spray pan and gently lay in pan...let rise ...the thicker you roll your dough, the higher the roll. Note: ( Start with about a 1/2 inch depth. Let rise for 15 to 20 minutes. Next time you can adjust the thickness to your taste. They will puff some when you cook them.)