Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Dinner rolls usually get lost in a meal - you expect them to be there, but you don’t really pay attention to them most of the time. If you want to get a reaction at the table next time, these rolls will do that. They take such a short time to make, and use ingredients most of us already have on hand.
I found this recipe on yourhomebasedmom.com, one of my favorites to browse in past years. Leigh Anne found these rolls at a restaurant called Magleby’s Fresh in Provo, Utah - and discovered the recipe to duplicate them.
You may wonder when you read the ingredients, but they turn out soft and fluffy - with a crispy outer crust loaded with flavor. You can make them from a favorite roll recipe, frozen roll dough from your grocery store, or make your own frozen rolls (like the 30 Minute Rolls from yesterday’s post)
If you make them from frozen, allow between 3-5 hours for rising (just the right amount of time for when you are gone to church, a basketball game, a movie... whatever!) If you make them from freshly made roll dough - it won’t take long at all.
I saved my extra “dipping ingredients” in containers so I can quickly take them out for another batch in a few days. You may find you are making them every few days too.
For the recipe, go to: