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How do you reheat dinner rolls?

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To reheat dinner rolls, place them on a microwavable plate, cover them with a damp paper towel, and heat them in a microwave for 30 seconds. You need a microwave, a damp paper towel and a microwavable plate to complete this process.

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  1. Place the dinner rolls in the microwave

    Put the rolls on a microwavable plate, cover them with a wet paper towel, and place the plate in the microwave.

  2. Heat the dinner rolls

    Set the microwave timer on 30 seconds, and turn on the microwave.

  3. Remove the rolls from the microwave

    Remove the reheated dinner rolls from the microwave once the appliance stops.

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