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Garlic Rolls

       yup suhaina and myself baked some breads,buns and rolls last week-almost the whole day. we had a wonderful time.I learnt a lot from her.Here am sharing the Garlic rolls recipe which i learnt from her.

Recipe Source : My Singapore Kitchen

3 cups Plain Flour
1 cup Warm Water
1 tbsp Yeast
2 tbsp Sugar
2-3 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 tsp salt

For Garlic Spread :

6 tbsp Salted butter, at room temperature 

2 tbsp grated garlic
2 tbsp minced coriander leaves


  • Add in the dry ingredients and mix well.Now add warm water and start knead until you get a soft and sticky dough.
  • Then add oil and again knead the dough until it springs back when you press with your finger.Sprinkle oil on the sides of the bowl so that the flour will not stick on it.

  • Wrap it and allow to rise for 40-45 minutes.
  • After 45 minutes it will become double its initial size.

  • Make the garlic spread by mixing the butter,grated garlic and minced coriander.
  • Knock down the air in the dough and divide the dough into two equal portions.Take one part of the dough and roll it using a rolling pin. Apply flour to prevent sticking. The rolled out dough must be at least half inch thick.Apply one tablespoon of the garlic spread on it.

  • Start rolling it.
  • Cut it into two equal parts and further cut the two parts into two, so that you get 4 equal rolls.

  • Now place the rolls with the cut side up in the greased pan.Repeat the same procedure for the 2nd part of the dough and arrange it in the pan.Apply the balance garlic spread on top and apply milk or egg wash which ever you prefer.Rap it one more time and allow to sit for another 20 minutes.In mean time preheat the oven to 180 degree C.
  • After 20 minutes,sprinkle sesame seeds on top and bake it for 20-25 minutes.

  • Here is our hot garlic rolls are ready.Let it cool for some time.

  • After few minutes invert the pan in a towel and take it out slowly.

See the cotton soft inside…

Happy Baking and have a nice day !!!

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  1. says

    wow..Prema…the photos look amazing…now atleast learnt some tricks to take good photos.It was a wonderful time with u and ur daughter Aishu.
    Hope to learn some cake baking skills from u as well..
    The garlic rolls has come out so well and the snaps indeed make them very tempting.

  2. says

    wow..Prema…the photos look amazing…now atleast learnt some tricks to take good photos.It was a wonderful time with u and ur daughter Aishu.
    Hope to learn some cake baking skills from u as well..
    The garlic rolls has come out so well and the snaps indeed make them very tempting.

  3. says

    Beautiful rolls. If not going to work tomorrow, I would have baked these tomorrow itself..but just waiting for the weekend to try this.Like it

  4. says

    hi prema,just to say thank you for your sweet comments on my post “sago dessert” at sobha’s last week.
    hmm, you garlic rolls sure look delicious, i simply love the coriander leaves added, a refreshing flavor.
    Have a nice day

  5. says

    These look amazingly delicious. They’d be perfect with dinner tonight. I hope you are having a wonderful weekend. Blessings…Mary

  6. says

    Extraordinary job…kudos to you. Thanks for step by step pictures…it looks stunning, wanna grab some…

    I have moved my blog to a new domain:

    So, until everyone are going to get used to this new site, I am going to spam the comments section…pardon me:)

  7. says

    Ohh dear.. These rolls look so amazing !! I can just grab one from the screen.. I love garlic in any form.. and inside any bread is my favourite any time..

    I was looking to follow you, but couldn’t find any Google Friend Connect option on your website.. I miss out a lot on emails RSS feed etc.. But nonetheless, see you around :)

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