Thursday, November 21, 2013

Turkey/Ham Filled Yeast Rolls

These little filled rolls are popular around my house. They are super easy to make, you just have to do a little planning ahead. I use frozen yeast rolls which saves a whole lot of effort and time. 


12 thawed and risen frozen yeast rolls (I use the Rhodes brand)
1/4 lb each shaved deli turkey and ham
3 slices provolone or Swiss cheese cut into 6 pieces
3 slices cheddar cheese cut into 6 pieces
All purpose flour for rolling out the rolls
2 tsp melted butter


Thaw and let rise 12 frozen rolls. Follow package directions, but with the Rhodes it usually takes about 5 hours if you leave them out on the counter covered with a tea towel or plastic wrap that has been sprayed with cooking spray so that it doesn't stick to the top of the rolls. 

Chop the deli meat into smaller pieces and divide them into 12 even servings. 

On a square of wax or parchment paper roll out one roll at a time and place 2 pieces of cheese and 1 serving of the deli meat. 

Gently stretch the dough to cover the meat and cheese filling.

Twist and pinch together the ends and place on a lightly oiled or sprayed baking sheet seam down.

Bake in a 350* oven for 25 to 30 minutes until brown. 20 minutes into the baking time brush the buns with the melted butter. 

We eat these with a side salad or soup. A serving size for me is usually 2 of these buns because they are small. They reheat great in the microwave at full power for about 20 seconds. 


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