The Basics: Poppy Seed Pan Rolls

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The Technique

Poppy Seed Pan Rolls

Roll dough may be portioned into all sorts of shapes in order to create interesting & hard working items perfect for appetizers or to accompany main dish entrees whether you’re tailgating or planning to host guests during the holidays. If you’re truly looking to elevate football parties, offer a batch of these freshly baked rolls in the starting line-up. Poppy Seed Pan Rolls may be baked & frozen in zip-top plastic bags up to one month ahead of time & filled with an array of items from sliced turkey, smoked chicken & hamburgers. Pile them high with your favorite slider combinations or serve them along side dinner classics accompanied with Bourbon-Pecan Honey Butter Mash. Learn how to handcraft these beautiful rolls in a few simple steps.

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How To Make Poppy Seed Pan Rolls

Once a good recipe has been established you can rely on time & time again, the possibilities are endless as to how it may be used. Poppy Seed Pan Rolls may be prepared from any basic roll dough. It’s just a matter of how they are portioned that gives them their signature look.

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The Technique

Prepare your favorite roll dough as directed. Portion the dough into 1-ounce pieces. Roll the dough in balls & place them in lightly greased round pans. Allow the dough to rest & rise according to specific recipe instructions. Brush an egg wash over the dough & sprinkle with poppy seeds, then bake them as directed. 

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