|A little over proofed, but he will not mind.|
When my Mom makes these she is MUCH more generous with the butter and the Ranch/Parmesan mixture. I hope my son is not sad that I did not roll the whole thing in it. I guess I was thinking about calories. I should have just gone for it. (These can be made from Rhodes Rolls if you are inclined to do them that way. My Celiac mother chooses that route to protect herself from the gluten exposure.)
I like to scale rolls and make them in the neighborhood of 75-80 grams. It is not exact, but keeps them somewhat uniform. Want to see a fun roll shaping video? Yes, I am a fan. Mark's movement with dough a very fluid. Dough gets into your blood if you will let it. Or maybe just all over your skin. :)
Dip the tops, or the whole roll in butter. Yes, be kind and use real butter. Then dip them into 1/2 cup Parmesan and half to a whole packet of Ranch dressing mix. My Mom dips the whole roll and uses foil on her pans to contain the yumminess.
Position them on a buttered jelly roll and let them raise next to the stove or over the dishwasher while it is running.
Time to wrap and mail. I know he will enjoy them.