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Quick Garlic Parmesan Rolls

You've all heard me before talk about how much I LOVE BREAD!! Don't get me wrong there is nothing better than the homemade kind, but once it awhile the frozen dough like Rhodes makes a good, quick and easy fix for that craving!  I found this recipe over at The Cutting Back Kitchen and knew I had to try it out! The addition of the seasoning in this recipe make it so delicious.  I've actually got the rolls raising right now to make a second time.
Quick Garlic Parmesan Rolls
from The Cutting Back Kitchen
1 stick (1/2 cup) butter
4-5 cloves garlic, minced or pressed
2 teaspoons Italian Seasoning (I didn't use this.)
1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
20 rise and bake frozen rolls (I use Rhodes)

 Place the butter, garlic, and Italian seasoning in a microwave-safe dish and heat until melted. Whisk in the Parmesan cheese.

Place the frozen dough balls in a large bowl. Drizzle the buttery cheese mixture over the dough and then toss quickly to evenly coat the dough in the butter and cheese. Place the dough in a 9×13″ pan and allow to rise until doubled (follow the package directions).
Bake according to package directions until the rolls are evenly golden on top.
So simple and delicious!!
Gonna use them to make some hamburger sliders tonight!!


Comments

  1. I love how you can turn rhodes rolls into amazing things. These look so good I will need to try them the next Italian night ;)

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  2. Oh good grief! Don't these look delicious!!

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  3. Now that's bread that I can make. I have the hardest time making it for some reason. These look HEAVENLY! I could make an entire meal out of just those!

    BTW - made the pillow pizza the other day and I LOVED IT!!!! I'm making it again when the whole family goes to the beach. Thanks so much!!!

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  4. I'm glad you liked the rolls, Tiffanee...we sure loved them :)

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