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Cassie Larson
Added: Monday, July 13, 2009

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This is so yummy people think you made it from scratch however, it requires no recipe. I bought the pre-made rhodes rolls frozen. You get a bread pan out and melt like 1/2 stick to a stick of butter in it, depending on how big the bread pan is. Then you sprinkle herbs in the melted butter. I used Italian Seasoning herbs. I also sprinkle garlic salt in the melted butter. Then you sprinkle parmesean cheese also. I mix around the butter mixture with a toothpick or a fork. (I don't know the exact measurements like teaspoons and stuff, I just start shaking and stop when I think it is enough. It's better to do more than less. I always think I put enough in and then after I make it I don't think is enough.)

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Then you put the dough balls in the bread pan and you set the rolls right next to each other so there are no gaps. Stuff as many dough balls as you can (really pack them in). Let them rise and cook as the amount it says to on the dough packaging.

 

 

 

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