I went to Magelby's restaurant 6 years ago and had theses rolls. Well I searched high and low and finally found the recipe only to find they started with Rhodes roll dough! I have always been pretty fanatic about making my own rolls from scratch but I wanted these so bad--turns out NO one can tell they aren't from scratch! You can use fresh or dried parmesan cheese, I believe the restaurant used the dried, but my husband prefers fresh grated--both ways are excellent!
This recipe is from the restaurant in Salt Lake City called Lion House Pantry. They are famous for their food, but especially for these rolls. They sell these rolls to take home for $6 dollars a dozen! These rolls are incredible and Lion House doesn't seem to mind to share their recipe with everyone. They have a new cookbook that just came out called "Lion House Classics".
This is a very tasty bread. We use it for toast and sandwiches. It is always requested by my family for functions. I got the recipe several years ago on the internet. Sorry I can't remember who from. I sure would like to give them credit. The prep. time includes time to rise.
DH and I buy at least one loaf a week of ciabatta and eat it with olive oil. I finally decided to see it I could make a better bread than the brands we've tried from the store. We agreed that this is the best bread we've EVER had! The first loaf was gobbled before the second one came out of the oven! :) Can't wait to make it again!! Note: The dough will be VERY sticky - do not add more flour. The bread itself is not tall and fluffy. It has a wonderfully crisp, tender crust. It would be perfect for an Italian sandwich, if cut horizontally, of mozzarella, basil, tomatoes, olive oil, balsamic vinegar and s&p.
My favorite 100% whole-wheat bread recipe thus far, originally published in the December 1996 issue of Gourmet and submitted by Timothy Hayes. I have made this bread many times and am posting the recipe basically as written, but have never baked it as two loaves in pans so I cannot vouch for the given baking time. Due to the small size of my family, I divide into 3 loaves, rather than 2, and bake free-form style on a baking stone. I also don't use oats to top the loaves--I use either toasted wheat germ or an artisan bread topping from King Arthur Flour. This freezes well and also makes excellent toast (I love it toasted with peanut butter spread on it:). Don't try to rush it as it needs all 3 "rises" and, depending on your yeast (I use SAF instant) and the temperature in your home, it could take longer to rise. Prep time includes rise time. Hope you enjoy it!
This is great,a no yeast naan bread that turns out perfect every time. Serve with your favourite curries. The thing is , my boyfriend always seems to make them better than me! Prep includes resting time