Wednesday, January 14, 2009
These rolls are leftover from the luncheon Sarah and I hosted for the women we visit teach each month. They are sitting in the kitchen, calling my name and I am sitting at the computer with my fingers in my ears.
This is a super easy recipe and fabulous. I used my favorite pizza dough recipe but any roll recipe would work. For a totally easy way just thaw some frozen rolls, cut them in half and proceed.
Homemade roll dough or use pre-made, frozen rolls, thawed. Pinch off a piece of dough, roll it into a rectangle, roll in melted butter and dredge in Parmesan cheese* with some dried parsley mixed in. Put on a greased cookie sheet and let rise.
Bake in a preheated 350 degree oven until a bit brown. These are fabulous, I promise. And easy. And fabulous. I said that already, didn't I?
*Just use the Kraft "dry" kind of Parmesan cheese. BUT, once it is open it has to be stored in the fridge. I found out the hard way that this kind of cheese will mold. I had to throw a "almost full" canister away.
These rolls are served at a local restaurant, Magleby's and it's sister restaurant, Magleby's Fresh.