Monday, November 15, 2010

Parmesan Pull-Apart Rolls

So you're trying to get dinner on the table, and you need a starchy side. And not just any starchy side, an awesome starchy side. (Is there any other type, really?)

Pull out a can of flakey buttermillk biscuits, friends. I have a plan for you.


No, the outside wraper isn't missing in order to maintain brand anonymity. I just lack the skills necessary to open those tubes the correct way, it never pops open when I peel the wrapper back!! I always end up having to whack it on the counter.

(Plus the pop sound when it opens scares the living daylights out of me... please tell me I'm not alone?)

Melt some butter in a bowl, and fill another bowl with parmesan cheese. Don't skimp or anything, because that would lessen the awesomeness of this side. And we don't want to do that.


Cut each flakey buttermilk biscuit into quarters (or, if you get a tube of the larger, more grand rolls (wink wink), cut it in sixths) and dip in the melted butter...


Then roll in the parmesan cheese...


And start piling the buttery, cheesy bits of goodness into a greased loaf pan.


Aww, yeah. It looks delicious already. If you're wussy about cheese, try rolling only half the dough bits in cheese and leaving half plain (still roll in the butter though, because a little butter never hurt anybody, right?)

That's how my (cheese hater) husband likes this bread. My cheese-hating, parmesan pull-apart roll loving husband. Confused? Get in line.


Bake, and then admire the gorgeous cheesy crust on your fabulous side for dinner tonight.

Or... forget to admire it, forget to take a picture, and run for your camera during dinner before it's all gone.


That last part won't really apply to you unless you like to take pictures of food for fun, though.

Parmesan Pull-Apart Rolls
8 oz can refrigerated flaky buttermilk biscuit dough
melted butter
parmesan cheese

Cut each biscuit into quarters, roll in butter and cheese. Place in greased loaf pan and bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes until done. Enjoy.

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21 comments:

  1. Wow! Looks delicious! I'm totally trying that this week.

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  2. Have you substituted cinnamon sugar for the Parmesan cheese? Yummy.

    Opening those cans freaks me out every time. It's like a time bomb. I usually make Joe do it for me.

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  3. Holy smokes!!! I'm adding some of those rolls to my shopping list. They look amazing and I'm sure they taste even better!

    Oh, yeah. You are not alone. Those cans scare the living daylights out of me!

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  4. Yum!! I can't wait to try these! And I'm gonna have to try them with cinnamon sugar like Jeri suggest too! Thanks for the great ideas!

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  5. Jeri, monkey bread is AWESOME. Love it. Would eat it every day if I didn't care to button my pants. ;)

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  6. I am adding these to my dinner line-up for this week - so much easier than the frozen ones!

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  7. The pop sound really scares me too! I used to make my mom do it because I was too freaked out! Anyway, this looks AMAZING! YUM!

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  8. YUMMO!!!! They look "delish"!!! I like how they are all just piled in the pan. Have you ever tried using freshly grated parmesan cheese? Just wondering if it would work and not burn. I'll have to give these a try. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Oh. My. Goodness. This looks and sounds so DELICIOUS! This would make a great thanksgiving bread dish!

    I would love for you to link this up to my What's Cooking Wednesday!

    http://notsohomemade.blogspot.com/2010/11/jazzed-up-jambalaya-1117-whats-cooking.html

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  10. Saw this on Someday crafts. Yummy! I just bought some grands rolls today! It must be fate. Thanks for sharing!

    Ashley
    http://cuteasafox.com

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  11. New follower via WGW. These look amazing, have to try it!

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  12. Wow, I'm definitely make that this week! Thanks!(do you suppose I could make it now, for breakfast?...)
    http://www.amaskellantics.com/

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  13. OMG! This looks awesome! I can't wait to try it! Thanks for sharing!
    www.theivycottageblog.blogspot.com
    -Amanda

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  14. Oh my, I know this will be a hit with my guys. Thanks!

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  15. Oh my! Those look delicious! My husband LOVES Parmesan cheese. I will for sure be trying this recipe. Thanks so much for sharing.

    justenoughstyle.blogspot.com

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  16. Ok, ummm that looks AWESOME! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. This looks great! And I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one who can't open those tubes...I wince before I do it because I always jump.

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  18. Count me in! I am definitely adding this to our Thanksgiving menu!

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  19. I'm making these for Thanksgiving dinner today. So excited to try them! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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