Dinner rolls are a type of small bread that are commonly served with dinner or used as sandwich buns. They are typically round or oblong in shape and have a soft, fluffy texture.
To make dinner rolls, flour, yeast, sugar, salt, and water are combined and kneaded into a smooth dough. The dough is then left to rise for a period of time before being shaped into individual rolls and baked in the oven.
Dinner rolls can be served plain, but are often brushed with butter or egg wash before baking to give them a shiny, golden crust. They can also be flavored with herbs, spices, or cheese for added flavor. Dinner rolls are a popular accompaniment to soups, stews, and roasts, and can also be used as the base for slider sandwiches or mini burgers.