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Cheese and olive rolls

Updated on August 22, 2013

Cheese and olive rolls

I love to make things from the freshest ingredients possible, but it comes a time when we all have to try store brought items to help make a great tasting meal....even for a chef and my day has come.
I love to make things from the freshest ingredients possible, but it comes a time when we all have to try store brought items to help make a great tasting meal....even for a chef and my day has come. | Source

Cheese and Olive Rolls

The way the world is going every body are looking for the quick and easy when it comes to cooking and eating. Me being chef I love to make things from the freshest ingredients possible, but it comes a time when we all have to try store brought items to help make a great tasting meal....even for a chef and my day has come.

I was over my mothers house and her girlfriend call and said she was stopping by and my mother wanted to have something for her so I took a look in her refrigerator and there was nothing really fresh all store brought so it was make it or break it time ...I found some olive oil tapenade some canned pizza dough and some asigo cheese that was really tasty , asiago cheese has a sweeter taste than parmesan and romano chesses so what I done was combined these ingredients to make a rich flavorable roll and to my suprise it really worked so I want to share the recipe with you.

Cheese and Olive Roll

Ingredients

All of these items are store brought but the flavors taste homemade.

1 13oz can of pizza dough ( I used pillsbury )

1/2 cup of oilve tapenade ( I used the store brand )

1/2 cup of grated asiago cheese ( I used blocked asiago then I grated it myself )

A pinch of salt, pepper and garlic

1 1/2 teasponns of fresh rosemary chopped

Methods

First thing first pre-heat oven to 450 degreess, roll out the pizza dough, spread out the olive tapenade over the dough, leaving the tapenade at least 1/3 inch from the border. Sprinkle with the asiago cheese the pinh of salt, pepper and garlic then the rosemary.

Gently roll up the dough, starting at 1 long side. Cut into 10 1 1/2 inch slices, place them on a lightly greased 9 inch baking dish brush the top of the dough with the melted butter and bake 15 to 20 minutes on 450 degrees or until golden brown Serve warm.

After making these rolls my mothers friends just love them and so did I and they were mine........Happy eating.

2 tablespoons of melted butter

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    • Handicapped Chef profile imageAUTHOR

      Handicapped Chef 

      6 years ago from Radcliff Ky

      Sallieannluvslife, I'm really glad you and your family loved them , I try to share and make things that are super simple plus has flavor.

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      sallieannluvslife 

      6 years ago from Eastern Shore

      I made these today with homemade pizza dough and a homemade pizza sauce for dipping and they were delicious!! My husband was home for lunch and my son is home from college and we all loved them. This is an awesome recipe!! Voted Up and Delicious!!! I will definitely keep this one and use it over and over. Thanks again!

    • Handicapped Chef profile imageAUTHOR

      Handicapped Chef 

      6 years ago from Radcliff Ky

      thank you so much and are super simple to make and the taste is great.

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      sallieannluvslife 

      6 years ago from Eastern Shore

      I surely will!! Can't wait...they look so yummy!

    • Handicapped Chef profile imageAUTHOR

      Handicapped Chef 

      6 years ago from Radcliff Ky

      I agree with you the homemade should work much better please when you make them let me know how they turned out.

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      sallieannluvslife 

      6 years ago from Eastern Shore

      These look delicious...can I use my homemade pizza dough instead of store-bought dough?

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