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Garlic Rolls
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Serves: 16
Prep. Time:

1 recipe New York Style Pizza Dough (see Notes, below)
2 Tbls. chopped fresh oregano OR 1 Tbls. dried oregano
1 cup melted real butter
2 Tbls. chopped fresh parsley OR 1 Tbls. dried parsley flakes
1 Tbls. garlic salt
grated Parmesan OR Romano cheese - as needed

Ingredients at Firehouse Pantry

-On a lightly floured surface, stretch and shape dough evenly into an 18" circle.
-Sprinkle oregano evenly over dough surface.
-Using a pizza cutter, slice dough as if you were cutting a pizza, into 16 equal-sized wedges.
-Starting with the outer edge, roll each dough wedge towards the center.
-Place each roll on a lightly oiled baking sheet about 2 inches apart, cover loosely with plastic wrap, and allow to rise for 1 hour in a warm place.
-Bake rolls in a 450 degree oven until browned, about 8 minutes.
-In a small bowl, stir together butter, parsley, and garlic salt.
-Brush hot rolls with garlic butter.
-Sprinkle desired amount of cheese over rolls.

Notes: Prepare dough as directed, following only the first 4 steps, then proceed with this recipe’s instructions. Serve rolls with a side of pizza sauce for dipping

(1) Visitor Comment:

  • Just tried your garlic rolls recipe. Followed directions for NY pizza dough. I'm a naitve New Yorker and somewhat of a pizza snob (grew up in Brooklyn). I have to say that your recipe is BETTER than what I get at the local pizza place. The garlic rolls were just perfect! My husband bit into one and commented "oh wow - these are awesome". My 6 year old son ate 3 before I could get the pizza on the table. I've tried tons of recipes and have never found one I would even use a second time - until now. Even though it takes some work to do the kneading, it's well worth it!

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