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Monti's Roman Bread

Adopted recipe, supposedly from Monti's Restaurant in Tempe, Arizona. Before serving, they brush it with melted butter, and serve it piping hot.

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  • In a warmed glass or metal bowl combine water, yeast and sugar.
  • Completely dissolve yeast.
  • Add flour, salt and onion, and knead until smooth (you can use a mixer if available).
  • Place dough in an oiled bowl and let rise until it doubles in size.
  • Remove from bowl and roll out to desired size (recommend a sheet pan at least 9X13) Brush oil on surface liberally and sprinkle with rosemary.
  • Bake in hot oven approximately 15 to 20 minutes.
  • Serve HOT.
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"Adopted recipe, supposedly from Monti's Restaurant in Tempe, Arizona. Before serving, they brush it with melted butter, and serve it piping hot."
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  1. Nicole D.
    it was good turned out like a flatbread but overall okay
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  2. mianbao
    This makes nice bread - it's a sort of focaccia, I think, and best eaten hot, though I'm going to try the toast possibilities tomorrow. I may even try splitting it for toasted sandwiches. The onion and the rosemary make it tasty, and not having to give the dough a second rise cuts back quite a bit on time. I baked the bread in thirds because of the limitations of my oven. I got two 560 g pieces and one 615 g piece of dough from one batch. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us.
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  3. Lightly Toasted
    Adopted recipe, supposedly from Monti's Restaurant in Tempe, Arizona. Before serving, they brush it with melted butter, and serve it piping hot.
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