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Rapid Rise Skillet Rolls” is prepared using fresh bread dough that is fried in an iron skillet until it is soft, fluffy, and golden to perfection. After baking, the bread dough is coated with an unbelievably simple and delectable garlic butter and parmesan cheese covering before even serving. Very simple to prepare, rich in taste, and certain to be a hit with the guests you host!
This has quickly become one of my go-to side dishes to complement a wide variety of different main courses. Especially those consisting of soups or sauces, since bread is perfect for dipping and soaking up all of the delightful flavors that are included in these meals. This is the ideal dinner roll to prepare and offer to your loved ones or close friends. You may serve it with the garlic-herb butter and parmesan as shown in the image above, or you can serve it without those toppings as shown in the image below. I have cooked these both with and without the garlic parmesan topping, and I can attest to the fact that they are delicious in any shape.
The combination of garlic-herb butter and parmesan cheese just elevates the taste of the rolls to a whole new level. Every single chewy and airy morsel is bursting with the taste of garlic. It will be difficult for you to limit yourself to just one!



1 1/4 Cups.Of warm water.

2 Tbsp.Of instant yeast.

3 1/2 Cups.Of all-purpose flour.

5 Tbsp.Of granulated sugar.

1/3 Cup.Of canola oil.

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1 Tsp.Of salt.

1 large egg.

1/4 Cup.Of butter – melted.

1 Tsp.Of garlic powder.

1/2 Tsp.Of onion powder.


1/4 Cup.Of butter – melted.

1 Tsp.Of garlic powder.

1 Tsp.Of dried parsley.

1/2 Tsp.Of dried oregano.

2 Tbsp.Of freshly grated parmesan cheese.


1st Step:

First add the yeast to the hot water in a glass measuring cup or mixing bowl that has a capacity of 2 cups, and then add the sugar. Completely whisk the liquid.

2nd Step:

Mix the remaining ingredients for the dough in a stand mixer fitted with a dough hook. Pour the yeast mixture into the basin that you’ll be using for mixing.

3rd Step:

Using the dough hook, mix the ingredients for five to seven minutes, or knead the dough by hand until it forms a big ball. Remove any dough that may have been caught on the hook, then cover the mixing bowl with a cloth or a piece of plastic wrap and let it rise for 10 to 15 minutes.

4th Step:

While you are waiting for the dough to rise, preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit and coat a cast iron pan that is 10 inches in diameter with nonstick cooking spray. If you don’t have a skillet, you may use a round 9 “baking pan or dish.

5th Step:

The dough should be divided into 16 even balls. I found that gently flouring my work surface and rolling out the dough to a thickness of 12 inches was the simplest and most effective method “and then cut into 16 equal parts. Put one slice at a time onto the pan after you have used the palms of your hands to roll each slice into a ball.

6th Step:

To make the garlic-herb butter sauce, simply mix together the butter, garlic powder, parsley, and oregano in a small bowl. Coat the tops and sides of each roll with the mixture using the brush.

7th Step:

Add some grated parmesan cheese on top. It is also possible to bake these rolls without the garlic-herb butter and parmesan, in which case you may brush it on top of the rolls after they have been removed from the oven.

8th Step:

Bake for fifteen to twenty minutes, or until the tops have become a shade that is between light and dark golden brown. Serve warm, brushing the tops with the remaining butter mixture before baking.

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