Thursday, April 2, 2009

For Allison






























When I make a roast or or have nothing much to make for dinner and have cooked chicken in the freezer this is what I usually make. Allison and I were exchanging meals and this is one I had added. She asked if I would put it on my blog. I make my basic bread recipe (thanks Tonya) roll it out flat like when I make cinnamon rolls. I do have to say that I do not use all the dough I use about 3/4 and with the dough I do not use I make a few rolls for yummy sandwiches for school the next morning or if I haven't seen a mirror in the last hour I make the left over dough into cinnamon rolls. Okay back to the roast roll. In a pan I heat up my left over meat and add what ever I feel like to spice it up. I even think some bell pepper and onion are yummy. This particular one I just added BBQ sauce. Then I place the meat on top of the rolled out dough all over. then I roll up the dough and then use dental floss to cut off into rolls. Sometimes I do not cut into rolls and just bake the whole thing rolled up and then slice after I have baked it. After I have placed the rolls on the pan I sprinkle with cheese. Bake at 350 for about 15 to 20 min. When they come out of the oven I lather with butter on the top. This is also yummy with chicken, peperoni and mozzarella and Parmesan the filling ideas are endless. I got the idea from mom she made individual rolls one time with different fillings. I love to serve this with a big chunky salad and some fresh or bottled fruit. The salad goes great because a lot of times the kids like to dip the sandwiches in the ranch salad dressing.






3 comments:

Cheryl said...

Mmmmmmm! Thanks-I was getting desparete for ideas.

allisonj_2004 said...

thanks sasha

T and L Morris Family said...

Okay Mrs. Talented...I made these on saturday on they were SO DELISH!! I added BBQ sauce to the meat & cheese when I rolled it up! I made them a bit too huge but they were still good! I made a yummy pasta salad to go with and they were a HIT! Thanks:)