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May 29, 2011

Buttery Garlic Roll

Buttery garlic Rolls
I love garlic in anything...Especially garlic bread is one of my favorite...If you love garlic this one is for you..Try to add lots of garlic in this dish,don’t be shy to add more garlic in this..The amount of garlic you add makes this dish unique..This recipe is modified from Edible Garden...I made this last week and it was over that day itself.The roll was so soft and buttery..It just melts in your mouth..So please try this and let me know what you think..


For Dough:

Flour-500 gms
Yeast-2 tblspn
Salt to taste
Sugar-1 tblspn
Oil-1 tblspn
Warm Water-as required

For Garlic paste:

Salted Butter-4 tblspn
Garlic-10 cloves crushed
Red chilli flakes-1 tsp
Oregani-1 tsp
Pepper-1 tsp


Mix yeast, salt and sugar with warm water and set this aside.let it foam up.

Gradually add this in flour and form a dough,it should be slightly sticky.

Tip this dough in a well oiled bowl and cover it with plastic wrap or damp cloth and set this aside for 1 hour till it is doubled in size.

Mix the garlic paste ingrediants together till it form a smooth paste.

Take the dough out of the bowl and knead it for 5 min.Divide it in half and roll each half lengthwise.Apply the garlic paste generously in the sheet and start rolling.Cut it into equal size and place it in the well buttered baking dish.Do the exact same with the other dough.

When the baking dish is full,cover it with a damp cloth and let it rise for 30 min.Now place this in the preheated oven(180 degree celcuis) and cook for 35 to 40 min.

Take it out and apply some butter over the top,so that it looks glossy and shiny.

Serve hot or warm with a cup of tea.


Flour and Yeast water

Butter mixture
Make Dough and let it rise

Knock the air out and divide the dough into two equal sizes..Roll the dough
apply butter mixture over the roll and roll it..Cut into equal portions
place it in the baking dish...and let it rise again
Baked to perfection



Deepthidigvijay said... Best Blogger Tips

looks great!!!!!!
i used to buy this one in walmart...
now i can make it...

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Coffe With Me Deepthi

Prathima Shivraj said... Best Blogger Tips

Buttery garlic rolls are fabulous, looks absolutely delicious.

First time here, wonderful blog. Happy to follow you.

Prathima Shivraj

Sadhana Valentina said... Best Blogger Tips

Feeling like to have some of it....

Nithya said... Best Blogger Tips

Delicious rolls :) yummy :) The aroma would make us drool for sure. :)

Vardhini said... Best Blogger Tips

Nice rolls Arthi .. perfect.


Chitra said... Best Blogger Tips

love it ....
looks very very tempting ..

RAKS KITCHEN said... Best Blogger Tips

So perfect looking rolls! I love them!

Sharmilee! :) said... Best Blogger Tips

Am fond of these rolls...looks so soft n yummy

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

what flour do i use for this

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@Anonymous use regular All purpose flour/Maida

Kadra Ibrahim said... Best Blogger Tips

Nice i love it

deepa.555 naveen said... Best Blogger Tips

Hai aarthi i tried the garlic buns but the dough did not rise up and with tat i continued the process the bun was very hard wats the reason

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@deepa.555 naveenIf your bread didn't rise, then your yeast is dead. You can never get buns with dead yeast

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@deepa.555 naveen Always activate your yeast by adding it in warm water with some sugar and leave it to foam up. If it didn't foam up, then ur yeast has expired. You have to throw that away start with a fresh batch of yeast.

deepa.555 naveen said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank u aarthi ,i ll try with the new yeast

deepa.555 naveen said... Best Blogger Tips

How many min i should keep in the oven

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@deepa.555 naveenbake it for 35 to 40 mins

deepa.555 naveen said... Best Blogger Tips

I tried with new yeast aarthi but the dough didnt rise

deepa.555 naveen said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank u aarthi

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@deepa.555 naveenthen i think you must have poured too hot water over the yeast. You have to use very warm water.