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Fri, Aug 09 2013 post by Yvonne From triedandtasty

Dutch Oven Buttery Pull-Aparts

Love Camping? Try Rhodes Rolls in the dutch oven...DELICIOUS!

I love camping. Love, love, love it!!! I've been itching to go for the last couple of months and finally was able to get out in to the great outdoors. It was simply fabulous. The only downside was that it wasn't long enough :) Never is right?! I randomly decided a few days before heading out that I wanted to experiment/teach myself the art of dutch oven cooking. The only other experience I'd had with my dutch oven was a total fail. It was time to redeem myself. I've got two words for you: mission accomplished. Yay!! I loved it and was so pleased with Rhodes in the dutch oven! Not only did they turn out beautifully, they of course were DELICIOUS! If you have a dutch oven and will be pulling it out any time soon, I highly recommend this recipe! I will have another variation for you in a couple of weeks, so stay tuned!

 

Try these Dutch Oven Style Pull Aparts on your next outdoor adventure!

You will only need FOUR ingredients: Rhodes™ Dinner Rolls (thawed), butter or liquid margarine, Parmesan cheese, garlic powder or Salad Supreme.

 

 

Try these Dutch Oven Style Pull Aparts on your next outdoor adventure!

You'll want to get your dutch oven ready so that once it's hot you can get started right away.

 

 

Try these Dutch Oven Style Pull Aparts on your next outdoor adventure!

Thaw rolls until soft. I put them in our cooler frozen, and by the next day they were perfect. I *almost* waited to long to get started, but they ended up being just right.

 

 

Try these Dutch Oven Style Pull Aparts on your next outdoor adventure!

Cut rolls in half. Melt butter in dutch oven.

 

 

Try these Dutch Oven Style Pull Aparts on your next outdoor adventure!

Coat roll pieces with butter. I used a spatula and just tossed them around as I threw them in.

 

 

Try these Dutch Oven Style Pull Aparts on your next outdoor adventure!

Sprinkle evenly with Parmesan cheese.

 

 

Try these Dutch Oven Style Pull Aparts on your next outdoor adventure!

Try these Dutch Oven Style Pull Aparts on your next outdoor adventure!

And garlic powder or salad supreme. I think the Salad Supreme was a great change from the regular garlic flavor that I'm used to.

 

 

Try these Dutch Oven Style Pull Aparts on your next outdoor adventure!

Cover with lid and let rise until double (NOT OVER THE HEAT). Once they've doubled, then place them on the heat source.

Bake at 325° F. following general dutch oven directions for 45-50 minutes, checking every 20 minutes.

 

 

Try these Dutch Oven Style Pull Aparts on your next outdoor adventure!

Do you see how absolutely gorgeous they turned out?! I didn't even burn them on the bottom!!! Proud moment.

 

 

Try these Dutch Oven Style Pull Aparts on your next outdoor adventure!

They pulled away from the sides of the oven perfectly and were a breeze to take out. They smelled YUMMY!! Oh my. I want another one right now.

 

 

Try these Dutch Oven Style Pull Aparts on your next outdoor adventure!

In addition to eating them by the handfuls, we also made yummy sammies for lunch. A little lettuce, turkey, cheese and tomato and we were good to go.

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Dutch Oven Buttery Pull-Aparts

Servings: 8 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 10 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 20-25 min

Your friends and family will they have died and gone to heaven when they get a whiff of this dutch oven delight.

Dutch Oven Buttery Pull-Aparts
5.0 / 5  (1 vote, 3 reviews )

Ingredients

16 Rhodes Yeast Dinner Rolls, thawed
1/2 cup butter or liquid margarine
1/3 cup Parmesan cheese
1 teaspoon garlic powder or Salad Supreme

Instructions

Thaw rolls until soft. Cut rolls in half.
Melt butter and place in dutch oven.
Coat roll pieces with butter. Sprinkle with garlic powder or salad supreme and parmesan cheese. Cover with lid and let rise until double. Bake at 325° F. following general dutch oven directions for 45-50 minutes, checking every 20 minutes. For conventional oven reduce time to 20-25 minutes.

3 Comments

Whatever DeeDee Wants said on Aug 20, 2013
Yum!
laura said on Sep 08, 2013
Looks very tasty, I just got hungry :)
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