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Whole wheat garlic rolls.....no egg version.


Garlic rolls is one of my most popular post here in this space. I make this often, my daughter just loves it. This one is made with whole wheat flour.....since I make this often I just tried it with wheat flour and though it is not as soft as made with all purpose flour it is soft enough....The idea is to make it healthy with wheat flour....I try to incorporate it in everyday cooking as much as I can....I thought I will share this today. Do check out here for the original post which I had posted long back. 

Ingredients for the dough:
Whole wheat flour: 1 1/2 cups.
Warm water: 1/2 cup.
Instant yeast: 1/2 tsp.
Salt: 1/2 tsp.
Sugar: 1 tbsp.
Olive oil/butter/ghee: 1-2 tsp.
Sesame seeds:  To sprinkle (optional).


To make garlic spread:
Salted butter: 5 to 6 tbsp. (if not using salted butter add 1/2 tsp salt).
Cilantro/Coriander leaves chopped: 2 tbsp.
Minced/garlic: 3 to 4 cloves.
Grated carrot: 1 (optional I used carrots in my original post)
*This can be stored in the chill tray for up to a week.
*Can be used to spread on breads before toasting them or on freshly baked naan, tandoor roti, Indian flat bread, or buns.

Baking time:
180 degree C, 25 to 30 min.


#The quantity of water depends on the brand of flour used, add water accordingly.
# I add 1 tsp yeast for a quick rise. You can reduce the quantity of yeast(say 1/2 tsp) and let it rise slowly too.


Method:
1. Mix everything together with the warm water (except the oil) and bring it into a smooth dough. (Yes....you guessed right no need to ferment yeast separately.) Then add oil to your finger tips and knead until the dough springs back when you press with your finger.



2. Cover with a wet towel and keep in a warm place for 35 to 40 min...it will double its initial size. Bring 50 gm salted butter to room temperature. In the meantime make the garlic spread by mixing all the ingredients and keep aside.


3. Grease a baking dish and keep aside. Knock down the air in the dough and and divided the dough into 2 equal parts and roll the dough into 1/2 inch thickness using a rolling pin; apply flour to prevent sticking. Spread about 2 tbsp garlic spread on top and roll it firmly.


4. Cut into 4 equal parts and place them (cut side up) on the greased dish. Repeat the same procedure for the remaining dough. Brush a little milk on the rolls and add the remaining garlic spread on top. Again cover it with a wet cloth and keep for another 20 min........Preheat oven the oven to 180 degree C and bake for 25-30 min or until the kitchen is filled with the aroma of roasted garlic and bread.


Buttery garlicy healthy rolls are ready!!!

Comments

  1. Thanks Divya....this is worth the try!!!

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  2. Rolls look perfect. I love garlic rolls. Wil try this. Great with soup or I can just eat as it is.

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  3. Thanks Amritha, yes it is perfect as it is....

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  4. I have tried with whole wheat too...healthy and yummy ...ur version sounds good and tempting. Adding carrots in ur older version is a lovely idea

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  5. That's true Sharmilee adding carrots was a lovely idea.

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  6. so tasty garlic rolls Nisa....lovely

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  7. Healthy and yummy garlic rolls..

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  8. i love the rolls dear...they are so quick and easy....love it

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  9. They look awesome, should be a great entry to HEalthy snacks event in my blog. Can you step ahead to make an entry.
    Food Blog News
    Event-Healthy Snacks

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  10. one of our favourite rolls deliciously done

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  11. Garlic rolls look delicious and clicks are amazing.
    Deepa

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  12. Wish i lived next door to you..:( These look awesome & yummy!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  13. Amazing very nice recipe, I make rolls but sweet version, I will make this great recipe, love, cute blog, big hugs

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  14. I might have missed it, but at what temperature and how long to you bake these? Thanks!

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  15. @allshewantstodoisbake...Oops!!I missed thanks for the gentle reminder....its for 25 to 30 min at 180 degree c...hope it helps...I will update it.

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  16. @Rosita Vargas, thanks a bunch for visiting my space and for the lovely inspiring comment.

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  17. Hi, just saw your link at heart and soul blog hop. This recipe for those awesome rolls sounds great. I am too tempted. Can't wait to try this recipe!

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  18. the rolls with whole wheat is gr8 sounds delicious
    1st time here happy to follow u and hope u also

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  19. I've just your photo on Yeastspotting - it looks great!
    I love it

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  20. Oh yummy! These sound so good!

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  21. Hi Nisa,
    These rolls look awesome. I can almost smell them coming out of the oven. We will really enjoy these. Thank you so much for sharing this great recipe with Full Plate Thursday and please come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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  22. Garlic butter rolls looks delicious. thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop.

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  23. Im making these right now! they look awesome. Only thing is this is the first time I've really ever made any kind of bread and mine ended up as mini rolls. I'm thinking appetizer! haha.

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  24. please stop my blog and receive your award for participating in "HEalthy Snacks" event.
    Good Food Recipes

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  25. @DD, thanks a lot for the mention.....really appreciate it.

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  26. hiii ....i tried this recipe.....was yummy...my hubby and kid liked it a lot....thanks a lot......

    rose

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  27. hi chechi....i tried this recipe...was yummy...my hubby and kid liked it a lot....thanks a lot....:)

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    1. Hi Rose, I am so glad you enjoyed it!! thank you so much for stopping by with the feedback...keep visiting!!

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