Garlic Parmesan Bread Knots & Twists


Garlic Parmesan Bread Knots & Twists

Rhodes Dinner RollsGarlic Parmesan Bread Knots & Twists Ingredients:

16 Frozen Dough Dinner Rolls, thawed
1 Cube Unsalted Butter, melted
1/2 tsp Salt (Don’t add salt if butter is salted)
1/2 tsp Garlic Powder
1/2 tsp Onion Powder
Parmesan Cheese
Oregano

Thaw and Roll the dough before it rises.  Twist and Tie the dough into desired shapes and place on a greased cookie sheet 2 inches apart.  Cover with a towel and allow the dough to rise at least triple the size.  In the meantime, melt 1 cube of Butter and add the Salt, Garlic Powder and Onion Powder and stir with a whisk. When the dough has risen, baste and coat the dough with the melted Butter mixture.  Then shake Parmesan and Oregano over the top of all the Knots and Twists.  Bake at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 Minutes.  Then coat again with the remaining butter and serve Garlic Parmesan Bread Knots & Twists while they’re still warm.

If you want the dough to rise quicker after you’ve twisted and tied the rolls into knots, heat your oven to 200 degrees then turn it off.  Add a large bowl of water to the bottom rack and place the cookie sheet full of dough on the top rack.  The dough will rise 3 times faster this way so keep a close eye on it and be sure NOT to cover with a towel this way.

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