This was one of our first recipes to try out from the Home Cooking Cookbook, and while it is a little more intensive, it produces great results. The techniques learned here we have used for other dishes.
This is an easy side dish that we pack fairly often in our lunches. It is pretty neutral and goes with a variety of main dishes. I prefer to eat it with a taco meat or sloppy joe and slightly mix it together.
I guess you could call it a tradition now, each Christmas for breakfast we have homemade cinnamon yeast rolls. It also makes the whole house smell amazing, and who doesn’t need a sugar boost for unwrapping gifts.
After falling in love with the Drunken Chicken at Yats, I had to find something similar. This recipe is super simple and lasts for quite a few meals and scales nicely for larger groups like a board game night.