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Monday, April 15, 2013

Garlic Dinner Rolls

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Remember yesterday I told you we were all about the bread recipes at our house lately? Well,  I wasn't kidding. We tried these garlic rolls when I made creamy tortellini soup, since then they have become a favorite. It is another bread machine recipe, which are my favorite. I adapted this recipe from HERE. I used the dough recipe and put it in my bread machine on dough cycle. Enjoy it with your dinner tonight.

Garlic Rolls

3 cups bread flour
1 tbsp. sugar
2 tsp. instant yeast
1¼ tsp. salt
2 tbsp. olive oil
¼ cup milk*
1 cup plus 2 tbsp.  water

Add 2-3 tbl of flax seed (optional) 

*we use soy milk

Place all ingredients in your bread machine according to the machines directions. Mine is always liquids first with the flour and yeast being last. Put your machine on dough cycle. Once that cycle is done, take golf ball size pieces of dough and roll in balls. Place on greased baking sheet. Add some butter, mixed with garlic salt, to the top of each roll. Be generous. It will melt into the roll during the rise time and baking. Makes it oh so good!

Let rise for 15 minutes, in a warm place in your kitchen.

Bake @ 350 for 20-25 minutes.

Print Recipe HERE

Enjoy!

XO Danielle

11 comments:

  1. oh i will have to try these - bread AND garlic - two of my favorite things! also i have a FHE idea book. i got it at goodwill thinking i could gleam some information/ideas for our family from it but it works in comjunction with "primary lessons" and not knowing what that is really i cant really use it. it was brandnew in the wrap so i couldnt really read it but i thot if you want it/know of someone that would i'd gladly mail it to you. just pm me ur addy.

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  2. I made these and my dough is really runny - do I need to add more flour or knead it more? I'm a newbie at homemade bread!

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    1. yes add a bit more flour to make your it into more of a dough:>

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    2. They were delicious! My hubby wanted to eat the whole pan in one sitting - even though the dough seemed runny to me it rose just fine and they turned out great. My first attempt at homemade dinner roles, thanks for the recipe!

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  3. Wow this look amazing!!!

    xoxo
    Heather

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  4. Hi, recently found your blog and want to say I love it! I just started the once a month shopping and am liking it. My biggest problem the first month is bread. I made your hot roll mix and the very next day found a breadmaker at a thrift for $5.00..whoo..hoo! Just wondering if you have a recipe for your mix to make in the breadmaker?? Thanks!

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  6. Opps, forgot to ask...do you have to use bread flour in the garlic rolls? What's the difference?

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  7. Those rolls look delish! I will have to try this only i will use wheat flour instead. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Just curious, did you use just garlic salt on top of these, or did you use another type of seasoning too? My garlic salt is pretty plain looking, so I'm curious. They look delicious! Can't wait to try them.

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  9. Wow! The garlic rolls are awesome. I am going to try this out. I'm glad I found your site, I am expecting more recipe.

    KatzGlutenFree.com

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