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Recipes - Garlic Rolls

Recipe Name

Garlic Rolls

Submitted by tha
Recipe Description Using the Whole Wheat Bread dough after the first rise.
Quantity 3 Quantity Unit cookie sheets Servings  
Prep Time (minutes) 30 Cook Time (minutes) 25 Ready In (minutes) 55
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Whole Wheat Bread
Amt. Measure Ingredient
cups (8 fl oz)hot water
cupExtra Virgin Olive Oil (First cold press)
tablespoonsReal Salt
cuppowdered lecithin
cupsHard Red Wheat (freshly milled)
packagesinstant yeast (Fleishmans, Red Star)
Sequence Step
1Place hot water, oil, honey, salt and lecithin in your mixer or bowl. Mix together some
2Add 1/2 of the flour into the liquids. Add the yeast and mix.
3Add the remaining flour. If you plan on making loaves or rolls, use all the flour. If you plan on rolling the dough to use for stuffed breads, cinnamon rolls, garlic rolls, etc; then reserve 1 cup and use it to roll with.
4Knead with machine for 8 minutes or by hand for 20 minutes. Let rise until double, usually 45 minutes.
5Punch down and form into your desired product. Let rise until double again.
6Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes for breads, 20-25 minutes for rolls or until golden brown on top.
7Let stand for 10 minutes and remove from pan. You can brush with melted butter with seasonings, oil with seasonings or just leave plain.

Garlic Rolls
Amt. Measure Ingredient
cupgrated parmesan
Sequence Step
1Divide dough into workable sections.
2Roll out dough and brush Olive Oil Dipping Sauce onto dough, sprinkle parmensan cheese on top of dipping sauce.
3Roll dough onto itself, like you were making cinnamon rolls. Stretch the dough from the middle to ends, to elongate the roll.
4Using a pizza cutter, cut just like you would cinnamon rolls.
5Place onto greased cookie sheet with edges, and brush additional dipping sauce on the top.
6Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes until golden brown.

Olive Oil Dipping Sauce - Scaled to : 2 servings

This recipe is derived from an already prepared recipe.

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