Last week I posted about my go-to appetizers for this busy time of year. While I was looking at my recipes, I came across the one I am sharing with you today. This past Saturday I needed a snack for mid-afternoon that would be filling as we were going to Tanglewood Park in Winston-Salem to see the Festival of Lights. I chose this recipe as I have made these rolls many times and people will just rave about them. I think it is so good and the flavors blend together so amazingly.
This recipe is in my Hickory Woman’s Club Holiday Cookbook. I have used this cookbook over the years many times because it has great ideas for Christmas and other holidays throughout the year. The sauce for these rolls is such a wonderful blend of flavors and I have used minced onion instead of fresh onion for my family as sometimes the fresh onion can be too strong and overpowering. When I first started making these rolls, I used the Pepperidge Farm party rolls but they are not available in my area now. I used croissants this time and I think they worked well. I prepared 24 rolls and baked twelve for our family on Saturday. I froze the other 12 rolls for another occasion later. It is best to completely thaw the rolls and then bake them according to directions.
Happy Monday Everyone!