I decided once I got my bread machine that an attempt at King’s Hawaiian rolls must be made – without hesitation! I found a nice sounding recipe online that I could use for my bread maker and got to work!
There are TONS of recipes out there for this, but I decided on this one from food.com, even though I didn’t have the coconut extract. I do know where to find it now (turns out the Shoprite in my town doesn’t carry it, but the one where I work does) and will have to add that for the next go around. I did sub just a little bit of vanilla because I knew the coconut extract would add a little bit of moisture.
Listen to the instructions in the recipe about how to store your rolls! They will not be soft if you don’t listen! I made two batches and the day-of batches were much nicer than the ones I made the prior evening.
I served these babies with crock-pot pulled pork, cole slaw, and mixed greens! I like to think of it as a pretty impressive dinner party! These are very, very buttery. The best part? The pineapple juice dough in the bread machine makes the house smell pretty good for a LONG TIME. Enjoy!