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Thu, Jul 07 2011 post by Julie From juliesfoodlove.blogspot

Grilled Rolls

When you're grilling up some steaks or kabobs, it's easy to toss on these grilled rolls at the same time. Julie from Julie's Food Love shows you just how easy. Enjoy some this weekend! ...

We've been grilling a lot at my house this summer. It's a great way to eat good food without heating up the kitchen. So when I first saw the Rhodes recipe for grilled rolls, I thought it was worth a try. It was a huge hit! These Rhodes Grilled Rolls are the new favorite around my house. We've eaten them plain. We've made them with Parmesan cheese on top. We've eaten them with butter and honey or jam. They are even great when used as a hamburger bun with a burger between two of the rolls.

Give them a try. I know you'll love them too!

Start with frozen Rhodes rolls. The original recipe called for 2 dinner rolls rolled together. I just use one Texas Roll for each grilled roll. Thaw the rolls until they are cold but not frozen, about one hour.



Roll out each roll into a circle about 4-5 inches.



Brush both sides of each roll with olive oil. Then sprinkle with salt, seasoned salt, garlic salt or whatever your heart desires. I used a combination of Mrs. Dash and kosher salt.



Place oiled rolls on a preheated grill. I like to preheat my gas grill on high and then turn it down to med-low for cooking.



Turn the rolls after about 1-3 minutes, depending on your grill. But the cooked side should be have light brown grill marks.



Cook the other side for an additional 1-3 minutes.



Pull off the grill and enjoy!



These Rhodes Grilled Rolls are so easy, I can't believe I didn't try them sooner. Grill some up tonight!

Grilled Rolls

Servings: 6 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 5 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: min

Head to the great outdoors in your own backyard with these tasty grilled rolls.

Grilled Rolls
4.3 / 5  (3 votes, 7 reviews )


12 Rhodes Yeast Dinner Rolls, thawed to room temperature
olive oil
1 1/2 teaspoons seasoned salt or garlic salt
1 teaspoon dried rosemary


Spray counter lightly with non-stick cooking spray. Combine two rolls together and flatten into a 6-inch circle. Brush both sides with olive oil and sprinkle with seasoned salt or garlic salt and rosemary.

Place on grill over medium heat and grill each side for about a minute, until golden brown lines appear. Repeat with remaining rolls.


Mary Anne said on Jul 15, 2011
I think you should just come to my house and grill them!
Leslie Knaphus said on Jul 12, 2011
I can't wait to try them. I love making Rhodes rolls every Sunday.
Mark said on Jul 11, 2011
easy to grill and taste great.
AlisonB said on Jul 09, 2011
Seriously... these look amazing. Gonna try them this weekend!!!
Whatever DeeDee Wants said on Jul 08, 2011
Those little rollers are perfect for these rolls. They tasted really good!
Cathy B said on Jul 07, 2011
Julie - where did you get the little roller to roll your dough out with? I need one of those!! Your rolls look terrific! and can't wait to try them. :)
Julie said on Jul 07, 2011
The roller is actually from Pampered Chef. But I've seen them in kitchen supply stores too. By the way, these rolls are soo good and easy too!
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