I'm lucky enough to have weekends free while attending culinary school right now, and having a nice, freshly-baked roll and some cheese or jam for breakfast is something special for my husband and I. I don't always have the time to make bread, though, and I'm not fortunate enough to own a stand mixer (they cost half as much as a car here, I swear!!).
So those of you with a mixer, this recipe is going to be a little extra easy for you! Hurra!
When you're ready to bake, form your dough into balls and allow to rise another 10 minutes. Meanwhile, preheat your oven to 200°C (392°F). If you like chewier rolls, and you don't own a combi-oven with steam, put an oven-safe bowl of water into the bottom of your oven while warming. When it's boiling, it releases steam to produce chewier crust on your rolls. If you want perfectly round rolls, cup your hand into a "C" shape and roll a piece of dough counter clockwise on your counter top. I formed mine into more if a square shape.