Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Garlic Cilantro Rolls

Garlic Cilantro Rolls


This is not the first time i am posting this recipe.. Actually i had posted this recipe last month and lot has changed between then and now.. the big change being the title of my blog.Now i was a little confused as to what to do .. should i go back and change the pictures , try to edit the pictures or  write a new post??




Garlic Cilantro Rolls


 I  did not feel like changing the pictures as i had done  a step by step there.. i was  not able to edit the pictures to remove the old name..  Also i had clicked a new set of pictures( last time the pics were clicked in a hurry and in the kitchen).. i did not want to put all that there.. .so i went with the last option.. writing a new post.. but i am not giving the entire recipe here.For the recipe click here .

I made a few changes this time.Listing that here
 For the garlic spread i used
 Unsalted softened  butter- around 4 tbsp
Olive oil-enough to get a spreading consistency say 1 to 1 and 1/2 tbsp
Garlic minced -2 tbsp
Parsley and Cilantro leaves chopped- 2tbsp.
salt to taste

First i stirred the butter well , then added the olive oil and then the garlic and leaves.

The reason for this change was because i wanted to reduce the amount of butter and i felt that the salted butter was too salty so i used unsalted and added salt as per my taste.
This time i also greased my pan with olive oil( last time i dint have olive oil!!)

Garlic Cilantro Rolls


This time i served it with home made zucchini/courgette soup.


21 comments :

  1. like that black blackground :)

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  2. I was looking forward to the recipe when you mentioned these on facebook Renu
    They sound like the perfect companion for soup

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  3. thank u preeti.. yes sawsan they go well with soup.. the detailed recipe is on the other link i provided:)

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  4. Lovely rolls,Love sesame topping!

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  5. Tempting rolls and nice clicks....

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  6. I love these rolls..a regular feature in our home..

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  7. These have been on my list for the longest time... everytime I see it on someones blog I think it's high time I baked these but somehow... I never get around making these...

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  8. Your pictures sure are getting better... :)

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  9. i agree with anisha. your pics are getting better. you could just replaced the old pics with the new pics. i hope it is easy in blogger.

    atleast thats what i am doing on my blog. replacing all the old pics with new pics... the ones i used to take with my mobile phone.

    i will be making these as i love garlic rolls. will it taste good with whole wheat flour. what do you think? i don't like maida and hardly ever use it in my bakes.

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  11. The pictures just keep getting better and better.. and they make me hungrier and hungrier!!! I should try your recipes soon.. I'm too lazy not since am home and Mom's doing all the cooking.. :D am not complaining tho.. :P loving all your recipes Renz!!! :D Keep going!!! :D

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  12. thank u all.. dassana i have replied on g+

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  13. The olive oil seems like a good substitute. I love these rolls, they've turned out perfectly.

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  14. beautiful photographs! and these rolls look wonderful... i love the smell and flavors of garlic and cilantro! yummmmmm

    i have been wondering what to do with my earlier posts too. i think anytime i make the same thing again, i will just go back and edit the post and add the new pics...

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  15. oh! and i liked you on facebook so that i can stay in touch with your posts :)

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  17. thank u tisa, abeer and anonymous!!

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  18. buns look really yummy.. just love it

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  19. sounds amazing... its like cinnabons but with garlic and chutney! best of both worlds!

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