Those easy Buttery Rosemary Rolls are soft and pillowy. They are the perfect addition to your holiday dinner menu!
This Buttery Rosemary Rolls are extremely easy to make. The have this sweet, buttery flavor with a sprinkling of fresh rosemary on top.
The flavors add so much to these pillowy little gems.
I love how these rolls are made in a cast iron skillet. They come out perfectly every single time, too.
I used Rhodes frozen dinner rolls. They are basically unbaked dough balls. Keep in mind though, you will need need to thaw and let the rolls rise before baking them. Though they have quick rise instructions, you can’t really make these at the last minute. You need to allow enough time to let them rise properly.
Even though these require a little prep time, they are so worth it! I highly recommend giving this recipe a try!
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Buttery Rosemary Rolls
- 12 frozen - unbaked dinner rolls (I use Rhodes)
- 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 make 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.
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- I always use unsalted butter in my recipes.
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