Make this Garlic Butter bread rolls recipe that serves practically with everything. All you need is homemade garlic butter to make these exotic, delightful bread rolls you will crave for more.
What is Garlic Butter Bread Rolls?
These Garlic butter bread rolls are flavourful and delightful to have, in a very good chance if you have left-over pizza dough and marinara sauce, I bring you this exciting the most addicting bread rolls the tastiest comfort foods you ever will devour.
The bread rolls are beautifully smothered with garlic butter and you can infuse them with any of your favorite seasonings.
They are super simple to make, just roll dough, smother with heaven delicious garlic butter with fresh garlic and a spoon full of marinara sauce- tangy and flavourful, and finally the gooey mozzarella cheese.
Once you make this, you never want to buy the store-bought. It is buttery, soft, and crunch.
Reason to love these bread rolls:
Flavor: The bread rolls are not just a piece of bread, it is the combination of all good stuff together. Its buttery, garlic, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese gives you a sensation of food perfection.
Versatile: this recipe is wonderfully versatile, mix up with favorite herbs such as rosemary, thyme and you can play around with other cheese too such as cheddar, parmesan, or any of your melty cheese.
The texture of the garlic Bread is mouth- pleasing delicious. It is buttery, garlicky butter that melts deep into the bread that creates layers of flavor.
What you’ll Need To Make:
Pizza dough – Check my homemade Pizza dough Recipe for the soft pillow bread rolls or you can use the store-bought pizza dough.
Marinara sauce – Check the Marinara sauce recipe here.
Mozzarella cheese – Fresh or grated mozzarella works.
Butter – I have used salted butter, if you are using unsalted butter add a pinch of it.
Parsley – If you don’t have fresh parsley, you can use dried parsley and also use any other seasonings as you prefer.
Garlic – Finely mince the garlic.
Step By Step Instructions:
- Grease your baking tray with butter, Roll the pizza dough into small balls about 15 to 18 balls and place them into the baking tray 1 inch apart from each other. (Photos 1, 2)
- Quickly microwave butter, garlic, and parsley for few seconds or until melted. ( Photos 3 , 4)
- Brush some melted butter over the rolls, add some marinara sauce to cover the balls. (Photos 5, 6)
- Sprinkle grated mozzarella cheese. (photo 7)
- And again repeat the layer- Add some more dough rolls, place them in between the rolls. (Photo 8)
- Brush some melted over the balls and add marinara sauce. (Photo 9, 10)
- Add a handful of shredded mozzarella cheese, sprinkle fresh parsley. Cover with cling wrap and set aside to rise for 30 minutes. (Photos 11, 12)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Bake for 12 to 14 minutes or until golden brown. (If the top layer gets quickly browned, cover with aluminum foil) and bake again.
- Before serving, brushing some garlic butter on the top and serve warm.
- If you are making dough from the scratch, use a stand mixer with a dough hook for easy kneading or you can knead by hands.
- Do not roll the balls too much, you may get tempted to roll, but handle them gently as it will create tough rolls.
- Keep an eye on the rolls as they bake, if they brown too much, cover with foil.
- You can also use store-bought pizza dough or marinara sauce for a quick fix.
- Use any dried herbs as you prefer.
Frequently asked questions:
can I store the leftover in the refrigerator?
Store the left-over rolls in an air-tight container for 3 days in the refrigerator.
Can I freeze the bread rolls?
Yes! You can. Cool the bread rolls completely and remove them from the pan. Freeze it in the air-tight container. The bread balls stay well and are good for up to 2 months.
Can I use another cheese?
You can swap to 1/2 cup of cheddar cheese or any melty sauce would work.
What can I serve with garlic butter bread rolls?
Warm the marinara sauce in a small saucepan and use it as a dipping.
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