I have always loved potlucks. Not only does it give me the opportunity to share my cooking, but I also get to try a variety of different foods. No one told me how popular potlucks would be in college though. I love to cook but let’s be real, I’m not making a pot of rice and peas on a struggling college budget and busy schedule. It becomes so easy to rely on stopping at Publix, or the nearest grocery store and picking up a box of chicken or rolls.
Slowly but surely, many of the potlucks I attended began to turn into Publix dinners and maybe just maybe one nice dish from the one person who had the time and money to cook.
I got SICK of it.
So of course, I thought of a solution. Take something simple, and recreate it into something DELICIOUS!
Are you ready!
Parmesan Garlic Hawaiian Rolls
Prep Time: 5 min
Cook Time: 5 – 7min
- 1 package King’s Original Hawaiian Sweet Rolls
- ½ cup (1 stick) salted butter, divided in half
- 1 tablespoon garlic, minced
- Garlic Powder
- Complete Seasoning
- Parsley (Optional)
- Preheat oven to 350F
- In a bowl add butter and minced garlic. Save about a tablespoon of butter for further use. Microwave for 45 seconds until butter is melted
- Add 1 teaspoon of complete seasoning and garlic powder to the melted butter garlic mix. These are optional but if you have them it adds a little more flavor
- Butter baking pan, add rolls to pan
- Pour the butter mix, then sprinkle parmesan over the rolls. Bake for 5-7 min until golden brown
- Once out of the oven, add a little more of the cold butter into the creases of the rolls. The heat of the rolls will melt the butter. Add a little more parmesan, and parsley to top it off.
Not only do these rolls serve well at a potluck but they also can be made as a side dish to any of your favorite meals.
These things are addicting, hope you try it out. Enjoy!
As always, stay fabulous.