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Garlic Rosemary Pull-Apart Rolls

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Who doesn't love delicious pull-apart rolls with their dinner?

These delicious rolls are a snap to make, and don't take that much time at all!

BTW...They are sooo goood.  These things vanish as soon as people smell them!!

What You'll Need
1 cup warm water
1/4  cup oil (I used olive oil, but vegetable oil also works!)
2 tablespoons of sugar
2 tablespoons of yeast
3-4 cups of flour
1 egg
1/2 teaspoon of garlic salt
2 teaspoons of rosemary (crushed)

and you'll also need
5-6 tablespoons of butter
1 T garlic salt
1 T rosemary OR Italian seasoning


 
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Step 1: Feed the yeast!

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The first thing you'll do is mix together your yeast, water, oil, and sugar.  

Let this mixture sit for about 10-15 minutes while the yeasties puff up.

Step 2: Add some flour & stuff

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Once your yeast mixture is all puffed up and ready, add in your egg, flour, garlic salt, and crushed rosemary.

Mix it up until it forms a ball of slightly sticky dough.  You should be able to pull off a chunk of dough and roll it into a ball.

Step 3: Roll Them in Butter!

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Melt 5-6 tablespoons of butter, and add in your remaining garlic salt and rosemary.

Pull off chunks of the dough, and roll them into small balls.  Roll these balls in the butter mixture before putting them into a muffin tin.

I usually fit 3-4 balls into one well of the cupcake tin 

Step 4: Let it Rise!!!

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Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.  

Let your dough rise in the pan until it is poofing out of the top like muffins!  Usually about 20-30 minutes will do it.

Step 5: Bake!

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Bake for about 15-30 minutes, making sure to keep a close eye on them.  Once they are golden brown, take them out!

Enjoy your delicious homemade garlic rosemary pull-apart rolls.  These are delicious, and go great with salads and pasta!

For more recipes and other fun stuff, see my blog!  The Procrastibaker!
willshade1 year ago
Well I just finished baking a second batch of these rosemary muffins for a BBQ tonight. Alls I can say is,"YUMMY"! Incredible flavor. Thanks!
bajablue2 years ago
These rolls look and sound delicious!!!  
whmeh02 years ago
how much flour?
TheProcrastibaker (author)  whmeh02 years ago
Thanks for your question. I just noticed that little measurement never made it into the Instructable!

3-4 cups of flour.
Thanks! The flour amount is also missing from your web site, by the way.
Oh those look great! I just had some garlic-y rolls for Thanksgiving and they were delicious! I'll have to try these, I bet they are even better :)