My church of of less than 100 people just had 2 baby girls born the week before last. It was so adorable seeing those two little bundles of pink in the pews on Sunday! I made these rolls as part of the dinner I brought to one of the new moms. The original recipe is a copycat of the rolls from Magleby's restaurant in Provo, Utah, which I have never been to. The recipe calls for using frozen store-bought bread dough which I went to the store to buy. But by the time I got home we didn't have the required 5-6 hours to let the frozen bread rise, so I ended up making bread from scratch (is that a first for when making bread is faster?!?). If you plan ahead and use frozen dough these would not only be delicious but quick!
Magleby's Rolls Source: Your Homebased Mom *Visit her site for great photos of the rolls using frozen dough!
1 bag of frozen dinner rolls (Your Homebased Mom used Rhodes)
Mayonnaise (amount depends on number of rolls you are making)
Freshly shredded Parmesan Cheese
1. Place in three separate bowls: mayo, melted butter and parmesan cheese.
2. Take the frozen ball of dough, dip the top half into each bowl starting with the mayo, then the butter and finally the cheese.
3. Place roll into a well greased muffin tin (cheese side up). Sprinkle with garlic powder and dried parsley and let rise according to the directions (usually 5-6 hours so you need to do this early on in the day)
4. Bake according to directions on the package.
*Because I was using fresh homemade dough I did the steps above after the dough had risen once.