Garlic Herb Cheese Bombs

Garlic Herb Cheese Bombs

This "Garlic Herb Cheese Bombs" recipe takes the simple dinner roll and kicks it up to a whole new level. By using pre made refrigerated dough you can put these yummy dinner rolls on the plate in less than fifteen minutes. This recipe requires hardly any prep, and you will be amazed at how great they are.

You will want to watch the step by step video recipe tutorial to see how this recipe is done. For this garlic herb cheese bombs recipe you will need dinner roll dough, mozzarella sticks, chopped garlic, butter, parsley and salt. To make this tasty garlic herb cheese bombs recipe preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Defrost your dinner roll dough by leaving it out on the counter, then flatten out your dough and take a one inch cube of mozzarella, and place into center of dough, and roll up. Then dice the parsley, garlic and add a pinch of salt into small prep bowl. Add in melted butter and mix together.

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Native to central Asia, garlic has long been a staple in recipes in the Mediterranean region. Garlic has also been traced back to the Ancient Egyptians, for use in food recipes and medicinal purposes. Garlic has long been known to help in the prevention of the common cold, along with other beneficial health benefits. Garlic scapes are removed to focus all the garlic's energy into bulb growth. The scapes can be eaten raw or cooked, they give a nice burst of garlic flavor to whatever you add them to.

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