For those of you who live in the Arkansas area you are probably familiar with the PBS show 'Arkansas Outdoors'. Thankfully the rest of us can view this program about outdoor cooking online. Phyllis Speer is a wonderful and very experienced dutch oven cook and if you haven't had a chance to view her videos I would highly recommend watching them, especially if you are new to dutch oven cooking. She has a very relaxed and easy way of cooking with her iron pots and always seems to be having a good time while doing it. I have tried several of her recipes and they are always good. Her recipe for Dutch Oven Garlic Rolls is a great way to start out with dutch oven baking. It uses a prepared roll mix and is good practice for not only baking with yeast breads but follows the same steps as making cinnamon rolls. I made these in my 12 inch oven with 12 coals in a ring around the bottom and around 22 on top, they were ready in 18 minutes. You can watch Phyllis prepare these tasty rolls here. Give these cheesy rolls a try and thank you Phyllis for another great recipe.
Dutch Oven Garlic Rolls
1 package hot roll mix (I used Pillsbury)
1 stick butter, softened
1 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1 Tblsp garlic powder
1 tsp Italian seasoning
Lightly oil or spray a 12 inch dutch oven.
Make rolls according to package directions.
Roll out into a rectangle about 8 x 18 inches.
Spread softened butter on dough and sprinkle with remaining ingredients.
Roll cinnamon roll fashion and secure dough.
Cut into rolls about 1 1/2-inches thick.
Let dough rise until rolls have doubled in size.
Bake at 350-degrees about 15-20 minutes or until golden brown.
|Cut dough as you would for cinnamon rolls, place in 12 inch oven