Cheesy Rolls

July 23, 2011

Baking


I will admit right up front these rolls are bad bad bad for you but OH SO good good good.  Ask any of the Work Peeps and they will tell you that I can be a bit obsessive about melted cheese and hot bread.  Some times I think they want to have an intervention for me because of my love of melted cheese and hot bread.

I stumbled upon this in the kitchen a few weeks ago, I needed something else to round out dinner for that night so while digging in the freezer I came across some frozen yeast rolls that I had not needed for Pigs in a Blanket.  So as I am want to do things got tossed on the counter and the madness ensued.  A little bit of this and a sprinkle of that and a run though the oven and out popped the crusty, gooey, cheesy wonderfulness.  You can use just about any type of cheese you prefer, I had used everything from Extra Sharp Cheddar to Monterrey Jack to Mozzarella with Parm.  Don’t blame me if you wake up in the middle of the night wanting some of these because they can be like crack.  pardon me for a moment while I refill my plate.

Cheesy Rolls

12 frozen uncooked yeast rolls

8oz Shredded Cheese of your choice

1ts garlic powder

1/2ts fresh ground Pepper

1/4 ts Kosher Salt

Spray olive oil

In a med sized oven proof baking dish spray with olive oil add frozen rolls allowing about 1/2″ +/- between each roll, spray rolls with olive oil and lightly cover allowing rolls to rise and fill the pan.  This pan is about 12″ x 6″ (from IKEA)

If the rolls have absorbed the spray of oil from before lightly mist them again to allow salt pepper and garlic to stick to the rolls. It won’t take much. Look at all that pepper-y goodness!

Top off the rolls with the cheese being careful to not deflate the rolls, and bake at 350 for about 25 minutes.  Keep an eye on the time and check at 20 minutes as they may be finished at that point.They should look like this when they are finished.

Oh the Cheesy goodness…

Now go play with your food.

WikiJan

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