Skillet Garlic Herb Dinner Rolls. Light and fluffy pull apart dinner rolls that are baked in a skillet and basted with a garlicky herb butter straight out of the oven. They’re the perfect accompaniment to most any meal.
There’s just something about fresh homemade bread that I can NOT resist no matter how much I try. Especially light and fluffy yeast pull apart rolls. They’re not as hard as you might imagine to make. Don’t let the yeast scare you away. There is a time commitment but most of that is spent waiting on it the dough to rise to the occasion. What is the occasion? Dinner of course.
Skillet garlic herb dinner rolls go with just about any meal. From easy weeknight meals to elegant holiday meals. Especially sauce meals, and if you’re lucky enough to have any leftover. I have never been so lucky. They make a mean slider roll. You’re welcome.
While you can make dinner rolls in a muffin tin, a cake pan or even on a sheet pan, my favorite way to bake them is in a SKILLET. You may have noticed that gorgeous Le Creuset number up there. She’s a looker. A lavender looker. It’s Le Creuset’s NEW COLOR Provence,
Inspired by the fragrant, sun-drenched lavender fields of southern France, our new, contemporary color embodies the serenity and modern sensibility that extends far beyond the abundant blooms. I can practically smell lavender just talking about it.
What do I love about the new signature skillet? Le Creuset’s new Signature skillets feature a helper handle for easier lifting and added control when moving between stovetop, oven and table. Genius right?
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As always, Le Creuset goes from the oven to table effortlessly. Who wouldn’t want to show that off?
If you want another option to slather on those delicious skillet garlic herb dinner rolls, try making your own COMPOUND BUTTER.
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Skillet Garlic Herb Dinner Rolls
Skillet Garlic Herb Dinner Rolls
- 1 package (1/4 ounce) active dry yeast
- 1 cup whole milk - warm
- 1/4 cup warm water
- 3 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened
- 2 teaspoons kosher salt
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 5 to 5-1/2 cups 00 flour
- olive oil
- 3 tablespoons unsalted butter - melted
- 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 tablespoon Italian Seasoning Mix
- In stand mixer bowl add: yeast, milk, water, butter, salt, sugar and 5 cups flour.
- Mix until a dough ball forms. Add additional flour if necessary.
- Using dough hook, knead dough until smooth and tacky, approximately 6-8 minutes. Add additional flour if necessary.
- Drizzle olive oil into bowl and turn dough ball until coated.
- Cover bowl with kitchen towel and allow dough to rise until doubled in size.
- Punch dough down and form into ball.
- Using a kitchen scale to measure, section off 2 1/4 ounce pieces (you should have 23 total) and form into rolls.
- Place rolls in muffin pans OR two greased cast iron skillets or 9 inch round baking pans. Cover with kitchen towel and let rise until doubled, about 30 minutes.
- Bake at 375° for 15-20 minutes or until golden.
- Mix melted butter add, garlic powder and Italian seasoning, mix together.
- Using a silicone brush, brush onto freshly baked rolls.
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Elizabeth | Take On E says
Yay! I love this new color SO much. I’d definitely make these rolls, or maybe a skillet cornbread with lavender honey to keep with the beautiful lavender theme!
Tony Freund says
These dinner rolls are making me hungry. And the skillet looks beautiful! I only cook with cast iron.
I would make a spicy chicken thigh recipe that begins on the stove and finishes in the oven.
I love everything about this post!!
I’m not a huge bread eater but absolutely LOVE dinner rolls. And that beautiful reminder that these are great for sliders… you KNOW I’m in!!
I saw this skillet on your Instagram story and immediately checked out the website. Not only is this beautiful cookware availablenin so many colors, Purple is my absolute favorite color family!
This post was a win-win-win all around the kitchen!
Thanks for sharing, Paula!
Bianca T says
i would make skillet lasagna!
Ammy Pereira says
I’d make everything – also, dutch babies. ALl the dutch babies! Such a pretty color! Thanks 🙂
Nora B says
This would be perfect to make some sausage gravy (to go with homemade biscuits!)
That skillet is beautiful. Going to try the recipe for the rolls they look Devine. Thanks!
What a great recipe for Easter and the skillet is so pretty, love that color!
The first thing I would make would be a mushroom and spinach omelet.
Meg Jag says
I would make skillet breakfast or a chorizo queso!
Sharon @ What The Fork says
I’d basically make anything just to use a skillet with that gorgeous color!
Every good meal needs a good roll or bread to sop up the sauce. Yum. I bet this pan would be great for conrbread too!
Laura B. says
I would probably make some eggs and hash for breakfast.
I would love to use the skillet to make a dutch baby pancake!
These look so good! My stomach growled just looking at all of your pictures.
Gorgeous rolls in a gorgeous skillet! The two go hand and hand!
I would use this to make home fries. You can make them an endless number of ways to suit any taste.
Jessica W says
These rolls look amazing – I don’t make dinner rolls often because I’m sorely tempted to eat all of them, but I might make an exception for these.
The skillet is beautiful – I have a non-stick chef pan with the helper handle and I absolutely love that feature so I know I would love having it on a cast iron pan as well since they can be so heavy!
Sarah Walker Caron says
Those rolls are gorgeous. I really want to reach into the screen and dig in. YUMMMMM! And that skillet! SWOOON!
Jenny Bullistron says
Bread rolls are my guilty pleasure! Definitely adding this recipe to my to-do list! They look super easy to make!
Colleen Boudreau says
I would try making this bread roll recipe!
I would make a spicy spaghetti sauce.
Natalie J Vandenberghe says
I would probably make cornbread first. Then, I’d love to try your recipe–I’ve never made rolls in a skillet before.
Susan Grupe says
The pan is gorgeous…and so is what’s in it. The rolls are making me very hungry. They’d be my first recipe to break in the skillet! (=
I’d make these rolls and some cornbread, too. Great skillet!
Heather B says
I would make jalapeno cornbread.
Wow, those rolls look perfect and absolutely delicious! Totally pinning to try later although I doubt mine will turn out like yours. 🙂 I would love to make some jalapeno, cheddar cornbread in it!
carol clark says
id make some chicken in it and some gravy looks like a good pan
Shea Goldstein says
I would make jalapeno popper dip! The rolls look divine!
Those Garlic Herb Dinner Rolls look like a good start! They look DELICIOUS!!!
Amanda Thompson says
I would make jalapeno cornbread first!
I would make this recipe – yum!
Lisa V. says
I would make skillet pizza.
It’s such a beautiful skillet! Right now I am craving desserts, I would probably make some kind of skillet cookie!
How gorgeous is that color?!! I would have never thought to make dinner rolls in a skillet like that. But I can think of a gazillion ways to use this pan if I get lucky enough to win!
I made chicken piccata yesterday. I wish I would have had this gorgeous pan.
Marsha Lynne says
first…would make the garlic herb rolls..second my favorite cornbread…love the color.
I am definitely going to try making these Skillet Garlic Herb Rolls and hopefully in this fancy cast-iron skillet. Fingers crossed!
Elizabeth W says
Definitely some eggs! and the rolls!
Tina W says
I think my first thing would be a tart tatine, ala Julia Child.
Jillian Too says
I’d love to use it for skillet chocolate chip cookies.
I would make a lemon chicken skillet meal!
Maria A. Malaveci says
Oh my goodness who wouldn’t want this lovely skillet! I would definitely be making the rolls!
Kristen D says
Cornbread may be first, but those dinner rolls look soooo good that we may be swayed!
Brenda Haines says
First I would make some homemade cornbread from my great grandma’s recipes. Thanks for the chance!
Katerina @ diethood .com says
Wow, these are gorgeous! A must try!!!
Debbie Welchert says
I would make a peach upside down cake.
TAMARA EARNHART says
I can and would make everything in this skillet.
My husband makes Egg mCmuffin breakfast sandwiches several times a week- This would be perfect! 🙂
Danyelle Hall says
I’d try making these dinner rolls! Your picture has me drooling ?
Michelle Siniard says
Cornbread or those rolls in your post. Love this new color!!!
I’m in love with this color! And am so going to have to make these rolls & the butter! First thing I’d make in the skillet would probably be the Green Curry chicken meatball recipe I found. Or a Dutch baby…so many options!
Mylynka K Cardona says
I would make these rolls or a really good buttery cornbread!!! Mmmmmm
Lynda M. says
Love that color and your rolls look so delicious! I would try your recipe or maybe chicken fajitas.
Looks great Paula and so does the bread!!! ?
Kimberly @ The Daring Gourmet says
Those rolls look absolutely fantastic!
Casey H says
Easter breakfast hot cross buns
Jacque Hastert says
These rolls look amazing! Perfect for Easter dinner.
I would make Corned Beef Hash – due to leftovers – Love the color and the rolls look so good – will be making those also.
Mary Cloud says
I’d make a Brown Gravy with it
Lorianne L says
Im going to have to try making these!
Angie Bailey says
I’d make shredded BBQ chicken in this.
So pretty! I’d love to make some biscuits for brunch in a pretty skillet like that!
Melissa M. says
I would definitely make these rolls! They look so good!
Ashley Hoffman says
I’d definitely make these dinner rolls as well as to make skillet fish! Yum!
Lucy M Casale says
Lady, I would love to try this recipe in that skillet ?looks absolutely delicious!!! Gorgeous photography.
Sandra | A Dash of Sanity says
These rolls look perfect! Definitely a must-make!
Sandra | A Dash of Sanity says
These rolls look perfect! I can’t wait to give this a try!
Them rolls tho!
Andrea Nine says
These look so scrumptious and a perfect Easter roll
manda shank says
I would make chicken.
Sara Wainwright says
cube steak and milk gravy, but my husband will make it, he’s the cook.
The perfect peach crisp!
Carly Williams says
I would make your skillet rolls! They look delicious!
Awesome. I almost missed the giveaway.
I would make shrimp, scallops and lobster Coquilles St Jacques.
I also really like many of Le Crueset new color line up!
I would make corn bread!
Jessica Gipson says
I would try the garlic herb dinner rolls, they look great!!! Thanks for the recipe.
Amy L says
I’d like to make a deep dish chocolate chip cookie