1. Michelle says:

    I only used 4 1/2 cups of flour and it appears a little dry. Will wait and see.

  2. Mmmm, these were great! I only added three cups of flour as five just seemed like too much, and the dough was pretty stiff after three. I doubled the amount of dill and onion and added a couple of minced garlic cloves. I had to bake for about 35 minutes instead of 20, but the result was a tasty, dense muffin. I will make these again, with these modifications.

  3. Wonderful recipe!! I am making some for Christmas dinner. I add more onion and dill to the recipe. We love it!!

  4. I made these rolls today and they are very dough-y … is that the texture they are supposed to be? I’m not saying they are “bad”, I suppose they just aren’t the texture I was expecting. Responses would be very helpful.

  5. Hey Debbie, Sorry yours weren’t what you expected. :( After I made the first batch, which we liked, I make a few variations. I add a LOT more diced onion, and I didn’t let it rest for the 30 minutes. I also don’t put the topping on. I add a little more flour. Maybe if you added more flour or baked longer or shorter time? Hope this helps!!

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