Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Second Post Today! Warming Rolls Answer!

I completely forgot that I had said I would report on pre-making dinner rolls and then warming them in the crock pot in order to free up the oven for Thanksgiving. (Thanks for the reminder, Sam.)

After trying out this tip a few days ago, I decided I would give it about a B or a B-.

I wasn't quite sure of a couple things: whether I should set the crock pot on low or warm, and whether or not I should cover the crock pot.

I left the rolls in for about an hour for about an hour and turned them a couple times so the bottom wouldn't get overly browned. They got nice and warm but Steve thought the bottoms were a bit too crispy and I thought the texture wasn't quite as good as I would have liked.

Still, if you really need to rolls warm and the oven is tied up, this is an idea that works. It just doesn't work perfectly.

If anyone else tries it, let me know how it goes!

(PS. From what I understand, this tip is for heating rolls that are already thawed, not for thawing frozen rolls.)

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Anonymous said...


wonder if "Pam" would have worked on the two glasses that I had stuck together... I tried freezing, boiling, and, I'm sure, cooking oil. But, no luck. can't remember if I threw them both away, or if I hammered the outside one to pieces. actually, can't remember what the glasses were, but I know I REALLY liked one of them (so, maybe it was a Christmas glass)...
how was that for rambling?

mrs pam

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