Tasty Tuesday - Rosemary & Sea Salt Rolls in a Jar

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:58 AM in ,

1 bag of frozen dinner rolls
2 T. olive oil
Several sprigs of rosemary
Course sea salt
Small wide mouth jelly jars
Olive oil cooking spray

Spray jars with olive oil cooking spray and then place the rolls in the jars, prepare according to the package directions up to right before you bake them. Take several sprigs of rosemary and pull the leaves off the stem and finely chop {save the tips of the sprigs to garnish the top of the rolls} Mix the finely chopped rosemary with the olive oil. Once the rolls have risen brush the tops of the rolls with the olive oil and rosemary mixture and place the sprig of rosemary sticking out of the top of the roll. Sprinkle the top of the roll with course sea salt and bake according to package directions.



This does indeed sound yummy...oops tasty. I actually copied it to my recipe file. I think my daughter from Ft. MacMurray may like it when she comes to visit in June.
Kathy at Oak Lawn Images

@Kathy - do let me know if she liked it :)

Anonymous says:

Stopping by to say hello! Those rolls look yummy. Will have to give the recipe a try.


@Susanne - hello :) please do try!

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