AUNT SARAH'S RAISED ROLLS (FROM BREAD DOUGH)
A portion of the white bread dough may be made into raised rolls.
These rolls are excellent without additional shortening, or, in fact,
without anything else being added. Mold pieces of the bread dough into
balls the size of a walnut; roll each piece flat with the rolling pin,
dip in melted butter, fold and place close together in a bake pan. Let
rise _very_ light, then bake about 15 minutes in a very hot oven. If a
teaspoonful of flour browns in about two minutes in the oven, it is
the right temperature for rolls.