Sunday, 1 August 2010

Garlic Rolls

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I saw the recipe for Garlic Rolls on Suhaina's blog and couldn't resist trying it out.   I followed her recipe mostly but am posting my version to remind me of how lovely the rolls turned out.  We had these rolls instead of plain rolls with our pav bhaji.  The pav bhaji's recipe was from Nayna's blog.

Ingredients for 8 Rolls:

500 gms Bread flour (I used  ready mixed breadmix with added yeast)
2-3 tablespoons of Olive oil
350  mls of warm water
2 tablespoons of sesame seeds

For the Garlic butter:

50 grams of butter
3-4 cloves of finely grated garlic
a small bunch of fresh coriander


Method:

1. Add a tablespoon of Olive oil to the Bread mix with 350 mls of warm water.

2. Knead until you get a smooth dough.

3.  Transfer the dough into a clean dish and cover with a dish cloth.  Allow it to  rise for 40-45 minutes. The dough will double its initial size.


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4.   Whilst the dough is rising make the garlic spread :  Mix the  butter and  the  finely grated garlic to it.    Add some coriander to the mixture and keep it at room temperature.

5.  After 45 minutes, mix the bread dough so that the air is knocked out.

6.   Divide the dough into 2 portions.

7.    Roll out the dough into a square of about half inch thick.


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8. Spread the garlic spread on the rolled out dough.


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9.    Roll in the rectangle dough to form a cylinder shape.

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10.    Divide the roll into two equal parts.


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11.   Now divide the 2 halves into 2 again giving you four pieces.

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12.   Place the rolls with the cut side up in the greased pan.


13.  Repeat the same procedure for the remaining dough.

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14.  Apply any remaining garlic butter to the rolls and sprinkle some sesame seeds .

15.  Cover the rolls for a further 20 minutes.  The rolls will raise again.

16.   Cook the rolls at a temperature of 180 degrees C.

17.    Bake the rolls for 20 - 25 minutes.

18.  Like Suhaina mentioned in her blog, the aroma of garlic bread filled the house and we all fell in love with the rolls.



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19.   We had the hot rolls with bhaji.   Recipe to follow soon.


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23 comments:

  1. wow meena these garlic rolls looks simply awesome ....beautiful clicks ...n ur bhajji also looks so inviting ...can i come for dinner to ur place tonight :)


    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  2. I am an absolute bread lover... the recipe looks great n the rolls looks soooo soft, spongy, gorgeous and mouthwatering... must b very good with bhaji..lovely presentation n clicks.

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  3. Lovely recipe for the bread. Like the garlic in it. Nice to be here. best wishes.

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  4. Looks really good! I can imagine the aroma while it is baking in the oven...mmmm

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  5. I am very happy that u tried my recipe and it came out very well. You are tempting me with those lovely picture.. feel like having some from ur plate..

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  6. Looks delicious....now tht u r more tempting :)

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  7. Wow,that was an awesome garlic roll. Loved every bit of the recipe.You have a wonderful blog space and glad to follow u :):)

    Chitchat

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  8. Wow it looks so awesome .Bhajji looks so invinting ,

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  9. Wow these garlic rolls look wonderful and tasty.I love the awesome click.Thanks for trying out my pav bhaji recipe.Hope you enjoyed it.

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  10. Wow that was simply superb... just love it......

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  11. Wow garlic rolls looks so tempting ! kyre avu?:)

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  12. Delicious post :)

    http://vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com/

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  13. Wow....that's an yum recipe....pictorial makes it easy to understand....thank u....

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  14. Lovely presentation Mina.
    Please collect your Award from my blog.

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  15. Mina,
    Love the Garlic Roll recipe ~ looks very similar to the US Cinnamon Roll idea, but since I don't have much of a sweet tooth this is much preferable.

    I'm a Brit living in the US. Since US bread mix uses a softer flour (not durum wheat like that available in England) would you suggest it would work better making bread dough from scratch?

    Thanks, looking forward to trying many of these recipes, your instructions are very clear and nicely illustrated ( ~ you're making me hungry and its hard to get good Indian food here).

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  16. Diane

    I love cinnamon rolls too!!

    Making bread dough from scratch was in the original recipe - so it would certainly work.

    Mina

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  17. Wow!Looks so gorgeous Mina!!Wish I could take a bite :)

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  18. Pretty n perfect garlic rolls...nice step by step pics..

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  19. yummy is the word......gorgeous looking rolls..

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  20. Wow Mina...Garlic Rolls look so delicious!! Yummy!

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