Saturday, March 6, 2010

Pioneer Woman's Rosemary Rolls

To go with my turkey dinner, I wanted to make fresh bread. I'd been eying Pioneer Woman's Rosemary Rolls for some time and thought they'd make a nice accompaniment.

They were great, and they couldn't have been easier. They were almost like little mini focaccia buns. They were great on their own, and I'm sure they'd be great with marinara as well, and they were delicious accompanying my gravy. You really should make them.

Rosemary Rolls

Frozen, unbaked dinner rolls
melted butter
coarsely chopped rosemary
coarse sea salt

Spray a small cast-iron skillet with cooking spray. Place frozen rolls in the skillet and leave room for rising. Cover and let rise for several hours. Mine rose for about 4 1/2 hrs and could've used at least another hour.

After rising, brush the rolls with melted butter and sprinkle with rosemary and just a little sea salt.

Bake according to package directions, usually 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes or until the rolls are a deep golden brown.

1 comment:

Joanne said...

A little rosemary goes a long way. These rolls look so good! Perfect accompaniment to the turkey dinner.