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Thursday, 30 June 2011

Garlic Pull Apart Rolls

My very first experiment with YEAST!!!!!!!!!! Certainly delicious! And the rolls came out so soft that I was literally jumping up with joy! I had tried this out long back! And at that time, I had no intention of starting a food blog. Hence, I never really clicked that many photos. I just have 1 photo of the rolls before they went into the oven for baking.  (sigh!) Anyways, I got this recipe from here. Do check out that site for step by step photographs! It really made my job easy! :-)
To all those who are scared to venture into the yeast-field, I'd like to say - fear not people! If you follow the recipe to the *T*, there's nothing that can go wrong. Really. :-)

Recipe - courtesy Suhaina
Things you'll need-
All purpose flour / Maida - 3 cups
Yeast - 1 tablespoon
Warm Water - 1 cup (around 100-150 ml)
Salt - 2 teaspoons
Sugar - 2 tablespoons
Cheese - as required (optional)
Olive Oil - 2-3 tablespoons (can use normal vegetable oil too)
Milk - 8 teaspoons

How to proceed-
1. Mix together flour,yeast,salt,sugar and warm water till you get a slightly sticky dough.
2. Add oil and knead for 3-4 minutes till you get a smooth dough. Press a finger in the dough to see if the dough springs back.
3. Cover the dough with a kitchen towel and allow the yeast to work its magic for 40-45 minutes.

4. Meanwhile, make the Garlic Spread.
5. After 45 minutes, you'll find that the dough has risen to double its size. Knock down the air in the dough & divide into 2 portions.
6. Preheat the oven to 180 degree C
6. Apply some flour to prevent from sticking & roll the dough using a rolling pin into a half inch thick disk.
7. Cut out the extra & make it look more like a rectangle.
8. Apply some Garlic Spread throughout the dough. Add some grated cheese onto it if you want.
9. Using you hand, roll the rectangle dough into a cylinder. Using your hands, close the ends.
10. Cut the cylinder into equal portions. Apply the garlic spread on top of the rolls too.
11. Also apply a teaspoon of milk on all the rolls.
12. Sprinkle some sesame seeds if you want.
13. Onto a greased pan, arrange all the rolls. Bake them at 180 degree C for about 20-25 minutes. 
14. Do check on the rolls with a toothpick to see if they are cooked. 
I don't have any more pictures! :'(  But be sure to check out the recipe here. Beautifully explained with amazing pictures!
Happy Eating!

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