Garlic rolls

Hello friends. Hope everyone had a wonderful week and wish you all the best for the ones to come.
Garlic rolls
First time I’ve seen a recipe for garlic buns was here (recipe in Romanian) then, right after Christmas I’ve seen another recipe on Torview. Nisa was kind enough to let me know about her version on eggless garlic buns. I was craving some garlic buns so bad but I just could not find the time to make these delicious buns. Few days ago I laid my eyes on Chelsea’s homemade garlic buns and I knew I just had to have some.
Yesterday I finally turned the oven on. Oh my, I could have eaten half of them in one sitting. I love garlic and these were exactly as my heart desired.
Garlic rolls
Let’s get baking
Garlic Rolls
Garlic rolls
In your mixer bowl add 1 1/2 cups lukewarm milk ( 95% of the time I make bread using milk but you can use water if you like). Sprinkle 1 package dry yeast over and mix well.
Add 2 eggs lightly beaten.
Mixing at low speed add 5 cups all purpose flour.The dough will be slightly sticky, don’t be tempted to add more flour.
With greased hands shape the dough in a ball and place it into a oiled bowl. Leave to rest at room temperature until doubled.
Meanwhile cream 1 stick of butter with some minced garlic (I used around 8 cloves) and some dry herbs. (if you have fresh herbs chop them finely)
When the dough is risen roll it onto a greased surface and brush the garlic butter on top.
Roll it firmly from one side. To get a clear cut I use a piece of thread. It works perfect.
Place the buns on a baking sheet and leave at room temperature for another 20-30 minutes or until almost doubled.
Meanwhile heat the oven at 375F. Bake the buns for 18-20 minutes or until golden.
Garlic rolls

Garlic rolls

Garlic rolls

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cup lukewarm milk or water
  • 1 package dry yeast
  • 2 eggs
  • 5 cups all purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • garlic cloves
  • dry or fresh herbs

Instructions

  1. In your mixer bowl add 1 1/2 cups lukewarm milk or water. Sprinkle 1 package dry yeast over and mix well.
  2. Add 2 eggs lightly beaten
  3. Mixing at low speed add 5 cups all purpose flour.The dough will be slightly sticky, don’t be tempted to add more flour
  4. With greased hands shape the dough in a ball and place it into a oiled bowl. Leave to rest at room temperature until doubled
  5. Meanwhile cream 1 stick of butter with some minced garlic and some herbs
  6. When the dough is risen roll it onto a greased surface and brush the garlic butter on top
  7. Roll it firmly from one side. To get a clear cut I use a piece of thread
  8. Place the buns on a baking sheet and leave at room temperature for another 20-30 minutes or until almost doubled
  9. Meanwhile heat the oven at 375F. Bake the buns for 18-20 minutes or until golden
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Thanks for visiting, reading and taking the time to leave a comment. I really appreciate.
Until next time, be safe.
Roxana

Comments

  1. Sandra says

    It looks awesome and tasty.. nicely done!
    I love YBR over at Nancy's..she is amazing blogger, and how great it is that you entered?

  2. The Foodie says

    So beautifully made… love the colour and I am sure it tasted great. And cutting dough by using thread is cool :)

  3. Foodiva says

    The next time I crave for garlic bread, I will make your garlic buns instead. These look fabulous and will hit just the right spot with me! I'm also still deciding what dish to submit to YBR this month, I don't think I've posted enough recipes this month in order to choose the one I like best…

  4. Kylie @ A Hungry Spoon says

    YUM! These garlic buns look so tasty–and they came out just beautifully. They remind me of the garlic knots one of our local pizza shops makes.

    Hope you have a great Sunday!

  5. Elisabeth says

    Roxana-Your garlic rolls look absolutely yummy!
    They are light as a feather. Thanks for the step-by-step directions, you make it look so easy!

  6. Julie M.. says

    What a gorgeous bun! I love the idea of rolling it in. That way you are able to enjoy the delicious butter flavor with every single bite! Looking forward to what you choose for your best recipe choice!

  7. Wendy Irene (Give Love Create Happiness) says

    It never occurred to me to use a string to make a perfect cut. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing that!!

  8. Carolyn says

    Garlic buns are all the rage and they look so amazing, it tempts me to break out some of the low carb flour and create my own!

  9. Now Serving says

    Hi fellow virginian :) first time on your blog – your garlic roll looks perfectly swell! do stop by my blog – Cheers :)

  10. Chef Dennis says

    Roxana
    those garlic buns are calling to me!! They look like they would just melt in your mouth….sigh…I love bread, garlic, butter…did I mention bread? I had forgotten about using string to cut with, thanks for jarring my memory!!
    Cheers
    Dennis

  11. baking.serendipity says

    I have never seen these before, but want them right now! My husband and I are big time lovers of garlic bread and try to incorporate it into as many meals as we can. I know these would disappear quick in my house :)

  12. Kate @ Diethood.com says

    Wow, those look awesome! You did a great job! Thank you for sharing this recipe – I would love to try these!

    Have a great day!

  13. kitchenmorph says

    these buns are so lovely but lemme try the pani popo first….haha. popped in to look up your mung dal soup….

    gooday!

  14. Anca@Bistro Gerard says

    The look absolutely delicious, I can't wait to try them! I loved the cutting with string tip as well – I've never tried it, but can imagine it's much better than using a knife

  15. Mary says

    These are really lovely. I really like the food and recipes you feature here. Thhere is always something to keep me coming back. I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  16. danasfoodforthought says

    i love garlic, too! In fact, today's lunch consisted of some very garlicky hummus :)

    These rolls sound delicious!

  17. Spicie Foodie says

    You always have the greatest bun/bread recipes. These sound so delicious, I love the photo of the baked one being unrolled-yum! (Psst I have a little secret, I also haven't chosen a recipe for the YBR :) Thanks for the mention.

  18. Koci says

    These are just beautiful! I'm a huge fan of freshly baked bread to begin with, but with the addition of garlic this sounds sooo yummy!

  19. aipi says

    wow, the garlic buns look superb and the pictorial surely helps..you are a seasoned baker Roxana!!

    Thanks a lot for linking this to bookmark event :)

    US Masala

  20. Sprinkles of Parsley says

    Well done! Yours look amazing! Aren't they so irresistible… I want to make another batch right now!

  21. Renata says

    I just love garlic bread… and right out of the oven… so good! By the way, a garlic bread was the reason I started blogging, it was my first post, about a year ago. I'm willing to try your recipe, thanks for sharing the tip about using a thread to cut, very clever!

  22. sheila @ Elements says

    Ooooooh…these look totally scrumptious!!! I'm definitely making them…I think on Monday or Tuesday. I'll roast some garlic instead of using minced garlic. And I might make a double batch of dough and make one version with rosemary butter. I'm so pumped about this recipe! Can't wait to try it!! :) Thanks for sharing, sheila

  23. sheila @ Elements says

    I made them! YAY! I made mine a bit differently, but they turned out wonderfully! Gonna have to make them again! Thanks! sheila

  24. Sweet U C says

    They look delicious! I wonder if I could veganise them? I do love the garlic & bread combination so much.

  25. Pinkz says

    thanks a lot for this lovely recipe !! mine came out beautifully crisp on the outside soft n butterly garlicky delicious :)

  26. Joan@Chocolate and More says

    I’m so glad you linked these to your Garlic crescents. I’m drooling all over my keyboard and am going to make these tomorrow! Pinned.

  27. says

    OH. MY. These look awesome! I will definitely have to try these out, unfortunately I don’t have the {rising} time before dinner to make these today, so maybe tomorrow. I am also a busy mom, wife, self taught cook/baker and want-to-be photographer!

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