Thanksgiving is just around the corner and this year, we plan to celebrate a traditional American Thanksgiving with our 4-year son. Little G has attended pre-school and he came home one day and asked about Thanksgiving. We know it’s time we immerse himself to the American culture, as well as preserving our native Chinese and Malaysian culture. We wanted to raise him as a global citizen, one who is culturally sensitive and open-minded, and we wanted to celebrate as many festivities and traditions with him as possible.
So, that means I have been trying out different Thanksgiving recipes in my kitchen. One of the recipes that I have always wanted to attempt is dinner rolls, homemade dinner rolls. I have tried homemade rolls at a friend’s home and they are just not the same as those frozen ones or ready-made rolls at the stores. Talking about rolls, I am partial to the beautiful looking cloverleaf rolls. I love it that they are shaped like a leaf and there is the pull-apart factor. Three little leaf-shaped rolls all joined together and ready to be pulled apart at meal time. I like that idea.
For these honey butter cloverleaf rolls, I turned to Brown Eyed Baker, she learned the recipe from Cook’s Illustrated Holiday Baking 2012. I gathered the ingredients and actually spent time to make the rolls. My son loves the combination of honey butter so I brushed the honey butter mixture on top of the cloverleaf rolls when they were out of the oven. The end results were these glossy, shiny, sweet, buttery, and adorable looking cloverleaf rolls.
This Thanksgiving, if you are making dinner rolls for the family, do try out this recipe. Instead of regular dinner rolls, make them into cloverleaf rolls. Tear the rolls apart and slather more butter on the rolls, or you can just eat them as is, with honey butter already coated on top of the rolls. Either way, you can’t go wrong with this amazing honey butter cloverleaf rolls recipe.
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