Looking for a side to go with an Italian dinner? No Knead Rosemary Skillet Rolls will complement your meal perfectly. This simple recipe is a great way to get started with using yeast and making homemade bread. The rosemary adds a wonderful flavor! These rolls are great dipped in a mixture of olive oil and Italian spices.
Mmmm…. homemade bread, fresh from the oven! There’s nothing like it, right? I’ve been challenging myself to make homemade bread more often. It’s fun to make and tastes amazing. Plus your house smells so good while it’s baking!
These Rosemary Skillet Rolls are a current favorite in our house. I’ve made them a couple times in the past few weeks.
The recipe makes more than enough rolls for my family of 3, but my husband and I have been loving having the leftovers in the house. We heat them up in the toaster oven and snack on them while watching TV at night.
If you are scared of using yeast or making homemade bread in general, this is a great place to start! These rolls are so easy to make and there is no kneading involved.
I love having fresh rosemary in the house to cook with! It adds so much flavor to whatever you are making. I especially like to use it when baking bread like these rolls.
These rolls are easy enough to make for a weeknight meal, but are also great for entertaining! Forget picking up a package of rolls at the store, your friends will be so impressed that you made these from scratch.
How to Make a Dipping Oil to Go With These Rosemary Rolls
I make a quick, homemade dipping sauce for these rolls. I pour some olive oil out onto a plate and then sprinkle with dried basil, dried oregano, garlic powder and sea salt.