Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Parmesan Herb Rolls

The chicken is in the oven, (thanks, ladies for your helpful ideas!) there is a spinach salad to be made, and corn from the freezer to be pulled out and cooked. We're also having my herb rolls tonight with dinner.

Cheri's Parmesan Herb Rolls

1/2 c. wheat bran
1/2 c. sugar
2 t. salt
1/2 c. shortening
2 c. milk

1 T. yeast
1-2 eggs (opt)
5 c. flour (approx.)
2 T. mixed dried herbs

Cook first column until heated. When cooled to slightly warmer than room temp, add yeast. Beat in eggs (opt.). Add flour (you can use a mixture of white and whole wheat like I did) and herbs to make a soft dough.

Knead. Let rise until doubled. Punch down. Make rolls and place inside greased muffin tins. Brush with melted butter and dust with parmesan cheese. Let rise until doubled. Bake at 350* for 18-20 minutes.


Leah Christine Imagery said...

My, my, aren't you the cook tonight!! :) They look amazing. ;)

Ruth Ann said...

yummy! they look so good. =) thanks for sharing the recipe.

Rachel said...

Those look really good. Sounds like you're having some fun being the cook--I hope it's fulfilling for you. Keep us posted if you have any other great recipies! :)

Cheri said...

If any of you try this recipe, for the dried herbs, I used some basic no salt seasoning from Big Lots rather than mixing my own. If you do use your own, add some minced dried onion to your mixture otherwise the rolls will taste a little "blahzae" with only your green herbs. Just a little "inside tip."

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