A meal is only as good as its most versatile side dish, and the perfect Texas roadhouse roll is no exception.
The sauce for the roll has been aged in a whiskey barrel for at least six months and is made from smoked ham, smoked bacon, and a touch of black pepper.
It is topped with smoked ham from Texas Roadhouse BBQ, black pepper, and cayenne pepper and served with a spicy mustard mustard dressing.
The Texas Road House rolls come together quickly and in just a few minutes, but the process takes time, so prepare to be patient.
For those who want to make it ahead, there are three different methods of making a Texas Road house roll: the traditional method, the smoked ham method, and an old school method.
Here’s how to make your own.
Method 1: Traditional Method