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Monday, October 17, 2011

Asiago Garlic Rolls: Secret Recipe Club


 It's Secret Recipe Club time.  I think I speak for most of the members when I say that this may possibly be one of the most fun groups I have ever joined.  You can check out all of the details on the Secret Recipe Club blog.  Basically, each month we are assigned another blog from which we must choose at least one recipe, make it, and blog it.  We are divided into 4 groups.  I am in group "B" which, as you can see by the links below, has about 75 members.  We all reveal our posts at the same time all over the world.  My assigned blog this month was My Hobbie Lobbie where Trisha writes from India.


I was excited to get Trisha's blog.  I have been wanting to introduce my family to more Indian food and expand their palates.  I figured this was going to be the month that I did it.  However, when I came across her recipe for Easy Garlic Rolls with Red Chile, I knew I had to make them.  There was just no question about my choice.  I am a complete carb-n-garlic-holic.  The only thing I could do was cave to my cravings and make these amazing rolls...with a few flavor changes. And I doubled the recipe to feed the gang.

Asiago Garlic Rolls: (adapted from Hobbie Lobbie)
dough
1 cup warm water
1 Tbsp yeast
2 Tbsp sugar
1 1/2 Tbsp olive oil
1 tsp Italian seasoning
3 cups flour
filling
1/4 cup shredded asiago cheese
1/3 cup butter, room temperature
2 tsp Italian seasoning
1 tsp garlic powder or 2 cloves minced garlic
plus 1/4 cup shredded asiago for top
Combine water, yeast, sugar and oil in a mixing bowl.  After the yeast bubbles, add the flour and herbs.  Knead well.  Cover and let rise until double (about 45 minutes).  Punch down and roll out to 1/2 inch thick in a rectangle.  Make the filling by combining the butter, 1/4 cup cheese, herbs and garlic in a small bowl.  Spread over dough all the way to the edges.  Roll up jelly roll style.  Slice into 9 pieces.  Place into a greased square baking pan.  Sprinkle with the remaining 1/4 cup cheese.  Cover and let rise another 30 minutes.  Bake in a preheated 375 degree oven for 25 minutes or  until nicely golden brown on top.




53 comments:

Aimee said...

Yum, those look fantastic, thanks for sharing!

Danielle said...

These look great!

Miz Helen said...

Your Rolls look so yummy! It is fun cooking with you in the SRC and hope you have a great day.
Miz Helen

amanda @ fake ginger said...

Those look seriously delicious! I bet I could eat the whole batch by myself. :P

Becca @ Crumbs and Chaos said...

If there was a club for carb-n-garlic-holics, I'd be right there with you! These look fabulous. I love how they are rolled up and have the goodness all throughout the roll!

Trisha said...

Kristen, I'm so excited that you decided to try these rolls out. I must say I love your spin on it! Will have to try that next time I make these!

Belinda @zomppa said...

That's one secret I'm glad you didn't keep to yourself.

Rachel @ Not Rachael Ray said...

I could eat JUST these for dinner! They look delicious!

Fallon said...

Garlic and asiago wrapped in bread rolls??? I'm sold! They look great!

Jenny @ Savour the Senses said...

Oh.My.God. These look sooo good. You really can't beat garlic, cheese and bread all in one. Great SRC post!

Jey @ The Jey of Cooking said...

Wow, these look amazing! Thanks for sharing!

Jennifurla said...

Would eat be wrong to eat them all for dinner..nothing else please!

SnoWhite said...

Oh, these would be so good with a hearty bowl of soup!

Erin said...

Oh man! You have hit my weakness. These look amazing!!!

German Mama said...

Wow, these look absolutely fabulous. I will try these for sure.

ButterYum said...

Savory rolled rolls? You are killing me! Pinning this one for sure.

Great SRC pick! Hope you'll stop by and see my reveal.

:)
ButterYum

Melanie said...

Asiago cheese and garlic? Yes, please!

RavieNomNoms said...

These are amazing!!! I love the asiago

Margaret Murphy Tripp said...

Oh my gosh...I make garlic bread about every 4 days. These look incredibly good!!!

Christine's Pantry said...

This looks great.

Ilke said...

Your rolls look divine! I love the garlic addition! I really like the pan you baked them in as well'

Heather Lynne said...

I love any and all bread. Add in cheese and garlic and I'm in love. These look wonderful!

Barb, sfo said...

Those look terrific! Next spaghetti night we have to try these.

The Mom Chef said...

I think you picked perfectly and that your family was very grateful for these rolls. They look absolutely fantastic. I can't wait to make them!

Angie {Successful2gether} said...

i can only imagine how GLORIOUS your house smelled when making these. super droolfest!

Gloria said...

These rolls look absolutely delicious!!! gloria

Stephanie @ Eat. Drink. Love. said...

Great SRC pick! These rolls look incredible!

Averie @ Love Veggies and Yoga said...

great lookin' rolls! my hubs would go ga-ga over those :)

PERMANENT POSIES said...

Oh, wow! These look delicious! Great SRC post!

Jamie said...

These look SO good!

I am in Group C so be sure to check out my blog when it's our turn!
www.cookinwithmoxie.com

Ann said...

Wow - that looks amazing! I love garlic rolls....it's worth waiting another time for Indian food - but I look forward to THAT post!

Tina said...

I am glad I did not pass up this post. I love anything that involves garlic and butter and these rolls look awesome. I am ready to taste these, the picture sure is tempting. Saved this recipe-thanks for pulling this out for SRC-you did pick a delicious recipe.

Blackswan said...

Great round-up of links from the club! I'm getting hungry, Kristen!

Allison said...

These look like a must make. I love all the seasoning you see on them. Garlic and asiago. Yum!

Foodiva said...

Kristen, now that you've made up that new word, I think I'm a carb-n-garlicholic too! These rolls look so, so good...they must be as popular as your Snickers cheesecake brownies that I baked for this month's SRC. Thanks for the inspiration for those!

Sandi G said...

My exact first thought was, "Wouldn't these go great w/the lasagna that Ann (from Healthy Cooking For Me blog) made recently?

The Secret Recipe Club sounds like a great way to make new recipes AND meet new people :)

Susan Lindquist said...

I am on these rolls like scum on a pond! No kidding! It's like a homemade fix of Panera's Asagio bagels, only better!

Woot! Woot! Thanks, dearie!

Island Vittles said...

These look puffy and fluffy and delicious! Theresa

Megan said...

How fun is this! Thanks for explaining this secret recipe club thing... for a while here I couldn't figure it out! Lovely rolls! - megan

Lisa~~ said...

Such great flavors and they look delicious.

If you haven't already, I'd love for you to check out my group "A" SRC recipe this month: Levain Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies.

Lisa~~
Cook Lisa Cook

Amy said...

These look mouth watering! Yum! Fun to participate in SRC with you!

kita said...

Don't these sound awesome! I haven't tried savory yeast (well, I guess I have done basic bread but nothing with real cheese and yumminess packed in). This is the type of recipe that would make me skip dinner altogether as I munched on the rolls.

mywanderingspoon said...

Wow, how fun secret club and recipes....it's endless..love the post and rolls look absolutely fantastic:)
http://mywanderingspoon.wordpress.com/2011/10/19/the-amazing-sandwich-my-way/

Louisa [Living Lou] said...

Gosh these rolls look so good! I'm such a fan of homemade rolls and the combination of flavors here sounds fantastic. Love the way they turned out as well :)

Julie said...

These look so delicious. Love the flavors in these!!

Raquel @ Erecipe said...

I like the idea of exchanging recipes and I will take a look at the site right away...I love the asiago rolls.

tandysinclair.com said...

with garlic and cheese, you cannot go wrong :)

cooking varieties (wan) said...

hi kristen, i can understand why you choose to bake this.. they look so delicious and something different.
bravo you did it perfect

Monet said...

I am such a sucker for yeast breads! I've missed visiting! I'm so glad my arm is healing and I can type again. This looks so good (as always) and I'm already hungry again even though I just finished breakfast. Much love and many blessings from Austin!

Tina @ MOMS CRAZY COOKING said...

How fun to get an international blog! I too LOVE carbs!

Thanks for being a part of the SRC, Group B, I love being your host (new assignments coming soon)! My recipe was for Frozen Breakfast Burritos. Check it out if you haven't had the chance already, I know I am a few days behind (sorry!)

http://momscrazycooking.blogspot.com/2011/10/frozen-breakfast-burritos-secret-recipe.html

Desi said...

I love asiago cheese! I gasped with excitement when I saw these on the blog hop! Must. make. soon!

Christine knapkins_com said...

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Zoe said...

These look so good, just to let you know I featured this recipe on my Tuesday 10- 10 Amazing Thanksgiving Recipes Post- http://xstitchandcrafts.blogspot.com/2011/11/tuesday-10-10-amazing-thanksgiving.html

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