I love these rolls because they are easy, they look fancy and they are oh so delicious! If you serve them straight out of the oven, they are warm and the butter melts into them and yummmmmm! The last time I made these, I ate five out of seven of the rolls. I would have happily eaten the other two rolls but Brendan selfishly hogged two of them. How inconsiderate! Didn't he learn to share in Kindergarten?
This recipe comes from the Pioneer Woman's website and tastes great as a side for Grilled Salmon with Sundried Tomatoes and Caprese Salad.
what you'll need:
frozen unbaked dinner rolls (or if you're feeling ambitious, homemade dough)
sprig of fresh rosemary
chunky sea salt
Several hours before dinner, spray a small cast iron skillet with non-stick cooking spray. Place the frozen rolls in the skillet, leaving room for the rolls to rise.
Let sit for several hours to rise. These aren't quite there yet....
Wahoo! You're there!
Brush with melted butter
Sprinkle generously with the sea salt and chopped rosemary.
Bake according to the packaged directions (about 15 to 20 minutes at 400 F) until the rolls are deep brown on top.
Serve warm from the oven so your butter melts into the roll. Yummmm!