Rosemary Butter Rolls are just what you need with your next dinner! With their flaky exterior and soft, buttery interior, these rolls are sure to be a hit at your next meal.
This Rosemary Butter Rolls recipe is a true gem, combining ease of preparation with the delightful fragrance of fresh rosemary. These rolls may be addicting. Whether you’re planning a cozy family dinner or a special gathering with friends, these rolls are sure to impress.
Why We Love This Butter Roll Recipe
Our love for this recipe stems from its ability to bring families and friends closer, its adaptability to various occasions, and the wonderful aroma of fresh rosemary that fills your kitchen. Join us in exploring the reasons why this butter roll recipe has become a cherished favorite.
- Easy Ingredients: With just four basic ingredients, including frozen dinner rolls, melted butter, fresh rosemary, and coarse sea salt, this recipe is a breeze to put together.
- Family Friendly: These rolls are a hit with kids and adults alike. Their soft texture and savory flavor make them a perfect addition to family dinners and gatherings. Plus the smell of baking bread makes everyone’s mouth water.
- So Many Uses: These rolls are not limited to dinner; they make fantastic additions to breakfasts, brunches, or as a side for soups and salads. They are just like your grandmother made, they are heaven on a plate.
Ingredient Notes to Make Butter Rolls
- Unbaked Dinner Rolls: It’s recommend to use frozen unbaked dinner rolls when making the rolls, such as Rhodes dinner rolls. Their convenience and quality make them an ideal choice. Perfect for cinnamon rolls or dinner rolls. However, you can use your own recipe. Simply knead the dough, roll the dough and finish per the directions.
- Rosemary: Rolls are made with fresh rosemary is the star of this recipe, imparting a delightful herbal aroma and flavor.
See the recipe card below for a complete list of the ingredients with measurements.
Variations and Substitutions for Fluffy Old Fashioned Butter Roll
Feel free to explore these variations and substitutions to tailor this buttery dinner rolls recipe to your preferences and occasions.
- Breadsticks: For a fun twist on this recipe, consider shaping the dough into breadsticks instead of rolls.
- Biscuit Dough: If you’re looking for a time-saving option, biscuit dough can be a convenient substitute for frozen dinner rolls. Shape the rolls on a floured surface into crescent rolls or make your favorite biscuit recipe in a large bowl.
How to Make this Old Recipe for Easy Dinner Rolls
These are the basic steps for making Easy Dinner Rolls. Refer to the full, printable recipe card below for detailed instructions.
Step 1: Dough Recipe: Place Rolls in Skillet or Rectangle Baking Dish
Start by greasing a skillet with non stick cooking spray. Place your frozen dinner rolls in the prepared iron skillet, leaving space for them to rise.
Step 2: Cover the Old-fashioned Southern Butter Rolls and Let Rise
Place a clean dish towel over the skillet and leave in a warm place to allow the rolls to double in size. This can take up to 3 hours.
Step 3: Add Butter and Rosemary and Bake
Once risen, brush the rolls with melted butter using a pastry brush and sprinkle them with chopped rosemary. Bake according to the package directions on the rolls until they achieve a deep golden brown on top.
Recipe FAQs For Old-fashioned Butter Yeast Rolls
Recipe Notes for Making This Recipe for Soft Honey Butter Rolls
These expert tips are here to help you achieve flawless results every time you make this recipe for soft dinner rolls.
- Different Seasonings: Don’t hesitate to experiment with different seasonings besides rosemary. Try Italian seasoning, fresh garlic, or parsley for a unique twist.
- Olive Oil: For those with dairy sensitivities or a vegan lifestyle, olive oil can be a great substitute for butter in this recipe. It adds a delightful richness to the rolls.
- Finish: Before serving, top these rosemary dinner rolls with a bit of extra butter for a glossy finish and an even more appealing presentation.
What to Serve with Rosemary Butter Rolls
Rosemary Butter Rolls
- 12 Dinner rolls, unbaked ffrozen
- 4 tablespoons Salted butter, melted
- 1 tablespoon Fresh Rosemary, coarsely chopped
- Coarse Sea Salt
- Spray an iron skillet with cooking spray.
- Place frozen rolls in the skillet, leaving enough room for the rolls to rise.
- Cover skillet with a clean dish towel and place in a warm place to rise until doubled in size.
- This may take several hours.
- After rising, brush rolls with melted butter and sprinkle with chopped rosemary.
- Bake according to the package directions on the rolls (usually 400 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes), until rolls are a deep golden brown on top.
- Add Different Herbs: Rosemary is not the only herb that you can use for these dinner rolls, Italian Seasoning or fresh garlic can be used as well.
- Short cut tip: Enhance store bought rolls with this recipe to give them a kick.
- Variation tip: This dough can be shaped into breadsticks for an alternative use.
- Alternate ingredient: Olive oil can be utilized in place of butter for dairy sensitivity or vegan use.
- Finish: Top with extra butter before serving for a glossy finish and presentation.