Thanksgiving: dinner rolls
When I entertain, I get befuddled if I have to cook while guests are present. I leave out a key ingredient or I forget to put a side dish in the oven. I find it hard to concentrate on making conversation while wondering what I have left undone or should be attending to. I simply am not a multitasker. Thanksgiving dinner is the ultimate challenge.
To accommodate, I have learned to do as much as possible ahead of time. The food tastes better and is more apt to be ready on schedule, and I avoid becoming frazzled in the process.
These dinner rolls fit into this make-ahead plan nicely. After the final rise, I put the baking sheet in the freezer. Once the rolls are frozen, I place them in a Ziploc bag and put the bag in the freezer. To bake, I place the frozen rolls on a baking sheet and bake for 15 to 20 minutes in a 325-degree F oven.
One less thing to worry about. You can find the recipe here.