Restaurant Recipe–Magelby’s Parmesan Garlic Rolls

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OK, here is the roll recipe that I promised you. Hopefully I didn’t make you wait too long. I wouldn’t want anyone to loose sleep dreaming about food. Oh wait, maybe that only happens to me. 😉
There is a restaurant in Utah called Magleby’s Fresh. All of their baked goods are homemade, and they are fabulous. We love eating there, especially during the winter because they serve all you can eat soup for under $8. So yummy!! They serve these amazing parmesan rolls with every entree, and they are fabulous.
I found this copycat recipe at Your Home Based Mom, and knew I had to try them. We are in serious trouble because not only are they super easy, but they are amazingly delicious! We had one left at the end of the meal, and I would like to tell you that my boys didn’t fight over it. But unfortunately, that would be a lie. Usually arguments over food just happen when dessert is involved, but not this time. 😉
You have got to try these rolls!
parmesan garlic rolls-recipe
Magelby’s Parmesan Rolls
18-24 frozen Rhodes rolls
1/4 cup mayonnaise
1/4 cup melted butter
1/4 cup Parmesan cheese
Garlic salt
Dried parsley
Combine the mayo and the melted butter. Dip the tops of the rolls in the butter mixture, then in the parmesan cheese. Place in greased muffin tins, cheese side up. Let rise according to package directions (usually about 5 hours). Sprinkle rolls with garlic salt and parsley. Bake at 350° for about 18 minutes.
Notes:
-You can dip the rolls while they are still frozen, or after they have thawed. Just make sure they end up doubled in size before you bake them.
-When I made these, I didn’t follow the directions closely and I rolled the entire roll in the butter mixture and cheese instead of just the tops. I only got 18 rolls, but if you only roll the tops, you should get more.
-Some of my boys are not fond of parmesan cheese, but they couldn’t get enough of these!
-I used freshly grated parmesan cheese, not the stuff in the green can. Not sure how that would work.

 


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  2. OK I worked for Magleby’s – THESE are not even close

  3. Kara, you’ve done it again. I’m officially homesick for Utah! I featured your recipe here. YUM!

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