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FROZEN DINNER ROLLS Recipe

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
frozen dinner roll package (usually has 24 frozen rolls in pkg.)
margarine

Directions:
Directions:
Depending on how many rolls you want to make, Pam spray each 8-9" round cake pan.
Place 6 rolls around circle and one roll in the middle of pan.
Spray top of rolls with Pam or other baking spray.
Cover with Saran Wrap (also sprayed with Pam).
Refrigerate overnight and set out on counter to rise at room temperature about 2-3 hours until rolls are touching. (2 hrs. if pkg. hasn't been in freezer long, or 3 hrs. if you've had it a while)
You can also set rolls on counter for 3-5 hours (no refrigeration) to rise.
Bake rolls 15-20 min. at 350 F. until brown.
Turn baked rolls out onto plate and then onto another plate where they are right-side up.
Brush tops with margarine and cut apart with knife. (I just use end of margarine stick with paper rolled back. You can also cut off about 1 T of margarine and rub over rolls.
To reheat next day, wrap one roll at a time in paper towel and heat in microwave
15 sec.

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
7+

 

 

 

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