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How to Make Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

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ChefSteps shows you how to make the perfect weekend project.

Hawaiian sweet rolls have been a staple of the island state since the 1950s. A cousin to honeyed Portuguese sweet bread, the dinner roll favorite is often sold in 12-packs at the grocery store and eaten as part of sliders and other sandwiches — or plain with a little butter. Here, the team at ChefSteps in Seattle translates the classic recipe for home baking.

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