Thursday, November 3, 2011

Garlic Pull Apart Roll



             It was my long time wish to make Garlic Pull apart rolls and i made it successfully a few days back. It came out really good and the taste and texture was beyond my expectation. And it also so simple and easy to make. I don't have bunt pan or rectangular pan to bake pull apart roll / bread so i simply bake it in my round cake pan keeping them intact in circular form. i didn't bother about the shape and size but enjoyed it completely. For me n my H i added some finely chopped green chillies to the garlic spread and we enjoyed the spicy garlic rolls. My kids, really they don't have patience till i took pictures, you won't believe i took about 116 shots for this rolls...out of that 6-7 were the best. Remaining all were blurred because they were shaking my hands n touching the rolls and don't even allow me to do something creatively. Keep on questioning ..mommy finished ah?? photo eduthittya?? saapidalama?? eppa kudupeenga?? and so on... at last i ended the photo session with half mind and again reheated them in oven for 3 minutes and served ...ok.. okk.. Now to the recipe..

Recipe Source : My Singapore Kitchen
Ingredients
  1. All Purpose Flour    3 cups
  2. Rapid Rise Instant Yeast    3/4 tbsp
  3. Salt       1 tsp
  4. Water    as needed
  5. Olive Oil     1-2 tbsp
  6. Garlic Butter   2-3 tbsp or as needed
  7. Milk     2 tbsp (for brushing)
  8. Sesame seeds    1 tsp or as needed(optional)
For Garlic butter
  1. Unsalted Butter     6 tbsp
  2. Garlic      3 big cloves(grated or finely chopped)
  3. Parsley / Cilantro    3 tbsp finely chopped(i used 1 and 1/2 tbsp parsley flakes)
  4. Italian seasoning      1/4 tsp (optional)
  5. Pepper Powder       1/4 tsp (optional)
Method
  • Sift the flour and add it to a mixing bowl.
  • Add yeast and salt mix well and using water make it to a soft, smooth dough.
  • Now drizzle oil on the dough and knead for about 8 - 10 minutes. (when you press with your fingers  the dough should spring back)
  • Then apply oil over the kneaded dough and cover the bowl using cling wrap or wet cloth and keep it in a warm place for about 40-45 minutes.
  • Meanwhile prepare the garlic butter and keep aside.
  • Take a small bowl, add butter,parsley/cilantro and garlic mix all together to  a smooth paste n keep aside.
  • Once the dough has risen to double its initial size, Preheat oven to 350 degree Fahrenheit or 180 degree Celsius.
  • Grease baking pan/tray with olive oil /cooking spray, n keep ready.
  • Now punch down the air and again knead dough for few minutes.
  • Then divide the dough in to two equal parts, take one portion and on a well floured surface roll the dough to 1/4" thick using a rolling pin.
  • Now keep 1 tbsp or more garlic butter on the rolled dough and spread all over it and start rolling from one end and completely.
  • Then cut the rolled roll in to 4-5 equal small rolls and arrange it on the greased baking pan.
  • Repeat the same procedure for the remaining portion and arrange everything on the baking pan and apply remaining garlic spread on the top,brush the top with milk, sprinkle some sesame seeds and set aside for another 20 minutes.
  • After 20 minutes, the rolls had raised and bake it for 20-25 minutes or till the top turns golden brown and crisp.For me it took only 14 minutes , within that the rolls in the smaller pan started burning on top so plz check after 10 -12 minutes.
  • Once done, remove from the oven, allow it to cool for a while.
  • Then serve the garlic Pull apart rolls with a hot cup of chai/coffee.


Notes:
I used instant yeast so i added it directly to the flour and mixed. If you are using dry yeast or non active yeast, take 1/2 cup of warm milk, add yeast ,1/2 tbsp sugar and 3/4 tsp salt mix everything well and allow it rest for few minutes or till becomes frothy.
Add this  to the flour and knead the dough.
I don't have fresh cilantro or parsley in hand so i used parsley flakes, you can use fresh ones also.

Sending this recipe to the  event,
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Along with this recipe, i am linking one of my archived "Braided Bread Stuffed with Spicy Potato" to the events,

Vardhini's Bake Fest series #1 , Serve it ~ Savory Baked by Krithi and Denny.

44 comments:

  1. I too have been wanting to bake this from long...your post is tempting me so mucn..nice pics.

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  2. Wow...Perfectly done bread...Want to grab a bite now...

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  3. wow dear love the pull apart bns and the braided buns so easy and exotic

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  4. Lovely step by step pictures..looks real perfect bite with tea..Yummy!!

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  5. they look awesome. super yum.

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  6. Beautiful bake ~ the bread came out so nice, texture,color everything is spot on!
    USMasala

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  7. u have nailed it.. perfectly baked and looks awesome too :)

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  8. Sangee beautifully baked. Looks superb.

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  9. Rolls look so tempting no wonder kids were so eager to have this,even I feel like having one now.

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  10. wow... rolls look delicious... bookmarked..

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  11. Nice recipe dear..loved those shapes!

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  12. This looks amazing! I am bookmarking this one! The inside looks very soft...picture is great. I have the same problem with kids and trying to take pictures too!

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  13. Sangeetha, You have a great job with this rolls. This is even better than the braided bread da. This would be so perfect for the weather here. It is pouring and pouring.

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  14. Love ur clicks......nice recipe....bookmarked

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  15. Very tempting rolls,looks so delicious and mouthwatering.

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  16. Looks so perfect....soft and yummy

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  17. sangee believe it or not i'm making this right away!nice place...and im on ur followers!

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  18. looks very good, you have done a good job , love it soup... Lovely click too

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  19. Wow..Luks so delicious and perfect munch...yum,sangee

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  20. Super tempting garlic buns, i'll happily have it for my snacks with a cup of tea,fantastic work.

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  21. Wow sangee its too tempting.Just awesome.

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  22. these look gorgeous..simply too good..no wonder your kids did not have the patience:)

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  23. That is just awesome!! perfect pull apart rolls!! Cant wait to try it!

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  24. perfectly baked and looking attractive

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  25. this is so amazingly cute sangee! they look perfect...love the idea of roling them and cutting them before baking. the taste is all over....

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  26. Looks soooo tempting and perfectly made,bookmarked.

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  27. Bread look fabulous!

    I've tagged you in the 7 links challenge,please check it out!

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  28. Perfectly done sangee. I make your braided bread but by the time i finshed it was around nine in the night and I could take picture. I again make it and pozt it soon. Thanks dear for the recipe. :-)

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  29. Congrats for ur perfect bread...looks fab..
    tempting pics..

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  30. Hey Sangee wish i was your neighbor :D Iam drooling here on seeing your luscious looking garlic rolls. I can imagine its taste.

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  31. wow Sangee lovely rolls.....do send your entries for the event
    Bake with your heart
    happy baking!!

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  32. thnx for the amazing rolls....tried out yestday n came out perfect...my H & son liked thm lot...

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    1. Thanks so much for your feedback, glad that u liked it :)

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  33. Hi sangeetha,

    I happened to come across ur blog few days ago. Must tell i hv become a huge fan of ths space now:)
    Recipes r so good n attractive wth pics. I like d way u explain each n every bit. I always wanted to bake but didn't know where to start. i saw ths pull apart bread. Looks awesome. so im gonna try it ths week end. Keep rocking wth new n innovative dishes.. best wishes..:)

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    1. Hi Saranya
      wow..thanks a ton for all your kind words and appreciation. Glad your liked my recipes :)
      this is one easy and simple recipe, requires only kneading tech and good yeast, then its nothing. Do give it a try and let me know how it turned out to you. Thanks again for your lovely comment, means a lot me!

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  34. Truly tempting.could you please tell me the oven temperature

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  35. Thanks for the recipe... If should be the quantity of dry active yeast

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    1. You have to use 1 tbsp dry active yeast for the above recipe.

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  36. My roll is in the oven, cant wait for the baking to complete, keeping fingers crossed

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