These were good and very easy to make. I sped up the rising by preheating my oven to 200 and then turning it off. Put a pan of boiling water in the bottom of the oven, and put the pan of frozen rolls on the top rack. They took about an hour and a half to rise instead of the four hours. These went well with pasta fagiola for dinner.
Wonderful!! What a nice presentation this makes. I didnt have an angel food cake pan but used a bundt pan instead. Looks lovely! Tastes great!! Thanks!!
Thank you ChefDee for the recipe. I made the sauce to go with my favorite rolls and they came out so good. My family loves them so much they asked me if I want to open a bakery :)
These turned out great..and had a really nice flavor to them..will make again
I used Butter Rich Pan Rolls for the rolls, as we dont have refrigerated ones here in Australia. The butter mix was wonderful, and next time I am going to mix softened butter with the herbs/spice, and smear it over french breadsticks and then pop them under the grill. Thank you for sharing, this is one I will certainly use again :)
Great recipe! Didn't have garlic powder so used 1 clove of pressed garlic and it worked great. My husband ate a few before dinner because they smelled so good. They were good reheated too. Thanks.
These were wonderful! They were soft and pulled apart nicely. Flavour was not overwhelming. Just right. I made one change and that was to use 12 frozen rolls not 18. Thank you for passing this recipe along