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Cheater Herbed Parmesan Dinner Rolls

I’m a little embarrassed to share how I made this; it was that easy. I brought it to a friend’s house for a small gathering; it made a pretty presentation and was a hit. Another friend asked me to write down exactly how I made it. So, here it is!

Pretty and Perfect for your no. 6 Vintage Cast Iron Skillet!

How to?

  1. Head off to the grocery store and find yourself a round aluminum tin holding frozen yeast rolls. This dandy package just happened to fit perfectly into my number 6 Griswold cast iron skillet.

Pop the rolls out of the aluminum tin and put them into the skillet.

2. Melt about 3T butter in a small bowl in the microwave and add a minced garlic clove.

3. Add ~1/2 t. of a bottled dried Italian herb blend.

4. Add about 1/4 cup shredded parmesan to the butter mixture.

5. Spoon the mixture over the rolls and spread it evenly with a pastry brush.

6. Sprinkle about a teaspoon of Maldon salt flakes (sea salt flakes – the salt really makes a big difference, so be sure it’s Maldon flakes) on top.

7. Bake the rolls according to the direction on the frozen roll package.

Herbed parmesan dinner yeast rolls prepared in a vintage Griswold no. 6 cast iron skillet.
Dressed up frozen yeast rolls in a Griswold no. 6 cast iron skillet.

Voila! Piping hot delicious rolls that taste like you worked hard to make them, and look pretty, to boot. It’s frozen rolls for the win!

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