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Rosemary, Salt Rolls baked in skillet

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salma

Rosemary, Salt Rolls baked in skillet

HELP!  I recently made these Rosemary, Salt Rolls, pull apart baked in a skillet.  My hubby loved them and now I cant find them.  I dont remember the author Im sorry.  Anyone remember?

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hukari

Maybe you meant these? They do look good! But they are only refrigerator rolls, not homemade.


http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2009/10/buttered-rosemary-rolls/

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MommaT

Hi Salma,


Perhaps you saw them elsewhere....I found this, and several other links that mention it as their inspiration on the web:


http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2009/10/buttered-rosemary-rolls/


Enjoy!


MommaT

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tabasco

I found this recipe on 'Foodie Wife's' blog using homemade roll dough and then she writes up the Pioneer Woman's 'next steps'.  


http://keyingredient.com/recipes/145754/pioneer-womans-buttered-rosemary-rolls/


Foodie Wife's particular recipe may be a take-off of the Pull apart butter rolls on the KA website, though I'm not sure...she has a whole pictorial page on how to make the KA pull-aparts which makes a nice reference for bakers new to yeast baking...


Too late for Thanksgiving baking but might be good to go with a casserole of leftovers!


 

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salma

THANK YOU SO MUCH Hikari, MommaT and tobasco.  This is exactly the recipe I was looking for.  I am going to some friends' home for TG leftovers and I was able to put the dough together this morning before I ran out to play platform tennis.  I put it in the fridge.  Took it out when I returned.  It didnt rise as much as I would have liked but after 1/1-2 hrs I shaped into balls, put in  buttered pan and placed it in  slightly heated turned off oven.  Hope this time they rise nicely and I have enough time to bake for the proper duration.  On TG I made these for my neighbor (2 pans) and again I was rushing.  I literally took them out of the oven and handed them over, telling her to let them sit for at least 20 min before eating.  I wasn't attending their TG.  She said that no sooner that she put them out with the meal, they were devoured and raved about.  Thank you guys again for your help.


Salma

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tabasco

Salma,  your post about the rosemary rolls encouraged me to make them last night for dinner with our Turkey/Vegetable Soup and, boy, were they a hit!


Everyone especially liked the presentation in the iron skillet.  A fun way to use the old iron skillet~~homely yet very picturesque!  And another chance to use the neglected fresh rosemary from the garden!


I love TFL for all these good ideas!

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amazonium

Another use for my rusty old iron skillets!

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salma

Hey Tabasco,


You are the one who dug this recipe out for me.  This one is definitely a keeper for same-day-bread when you didnt prepare for a starter/sourdough bread.  I am glad you made it for yourself too. Isn't this TFL sight wonderful and addictive!  My husband sees me on the computer for hours reading each post and he is convinced that I am nuts!  AM NOT!  Just obsessed!  I feel there is too little time to read and bake and too few people to eat in my house (just 2); and too many tempting breads to bake.  My neighbors and friends enjoy them a lot too fortunately.  Thanks to all the community at TFL and esp to some very active ones.


Salma

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foodiewife

How funny to find my recipe being discussed on here! I heard that someone has copied my blog, but given credit to themselves for my work! Yikes! So, this thread came up and I am happy that someone liked this recipe. The bread roll recipe is not from KAF, though I've made others from that beautiful site. These are truly amazing, and I hope you enjoyed them.


Debby


A Feast for the Eyes

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salma

Thank you Debbie for this amazing, same-day recipe.  I have to make this again, hopefully this week, for a friend who likes soft rolls rather than crusty.  Unfortunately, I think my Rosemary plant must be done by now with the 3 snowfalls we have had here in NJ.  I will have to go out and buy some at the supermarket.  Its the Rosemary and the salt that give this soft rolls so much flavor.


Salma