The amazing Drummond uses a foolproof method to make her delicious garlic rolls, making them the same way she makes her cinnamon rolls, and relies on a couple of quick ingredients as well.
She demonstrated how to make these rolls in an episode of The Pioneer Woman, in which she made them. Her first step was to mix garlic, butter, and parsley in a pan, allow it to simmer and to infuse for a while, then turn off the heat.
The rolls were made using store-bought pizza dough that Drummond used as a quick and easy shortcut. “So, this is the kind of thing where you can use whatever dough you have at your disposal,” she explained.
When she poured the melted butter mixture down the center of the dough, and used a brush to spread it all over, she demonstrated how easy the rolls are to make. According to Ree, “You basically want to get the butter all the way out to the edge.” In order to season the buttery dough, she sprinkled a packet of ranch seasoning all over it.
Drummond’s first step was to roll up the dough, using what she describes as a “typewriter technique.” After the dough had been rolled up into a log, she turned the log over, flipped the seams down, and then cut it into 12 circles. After she poured the remaining melted butter over the bottom of the pan, she arranged the rolls in the pan and closed the lid.
Ree explained, “Just like you would with cinnamon rolls, you want to put these in sort of a warm place in your kitchen, let them rise for 10 or 15 minutes.”
After that, she baked them for 20 minutes at a temperature of 400 degrees Fahrenheit in an oven.
The complete written recipe is available on the Food Network website.