Make Easy Yeast Dinner Rolls with a Cast Iron Skillet
These are the easiest yeast dinner rolls you’ll ever make, especially if you have a food processor. The dough literally comes together in one minute. And the rolls bake up into buttery, pillow-soft bites of deliciousness.
If you don’t have a food processor, you can also make these in an electric mixer with a dough hook or even by hand. Any way you make them, they are a delicious treat for your dinner table.
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How to Bake Yeast Dinner Rolls
You can choose two different ways to bake your yeast dinner rolls:
- In a cast-iron skillet for extra crispiness around the edge
- On a baking sheet
I show you how to make your rolls in a cast-iron skillet in my recipe and recipe video.
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If you’re looking for more easy baking recipes, watch the following recipe videos to make super soft homemade bread or crackers for entertaining. (The No Knead Sandwich Bread recipe video has over one million views on YouTube!)
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More Cast Iron Skillet Recipes
Your cast iron skillet is an outstanding kitchen tool! So after you make yeast dinner rolls, don’t put your skillet away. Try out the following recipes for even more delicious meals and desserts.
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If you’re baking these yeast dinner rolls for the holidays, watch these recipe videos that will help you bring even more deliciousness to your holiday table.
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