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CHAIN RESTAURANT DINNER ROLLS

  Date: May 24, 2014
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These dinner rolls from the King Arthur Flour website is their version of the soft dinner rolls served at chain steakhouse restaurants around the US. In my mind they were similar, but bester , than the rolls I've had at Outback Steakhouse. I was looking for a soft tasty roll to go with the
CHICKEN WITH WHITE BEER
I would be serving this day. The recipe was very easy to put together, but had two rises, totaling 3 hours . So you need to start these early to have them ready for your meal. One change I made involved the caramel food coloring called for. I substituted molasses for the honey & caramel food coloring called for in the recipe. The molasses was a good substitute here and I like the idea of not using an ingredient that was just for coloring. Everyone loved the rolls and some folks who weren't normally big bread eater had seconds of these. So if you have plenty of time to allow for a 3 hour rise time and want some tasty dinner rolls, check out this recipe.
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King Arthur Flour Website

King Arthur Flour Website:

Here is the recipe from the King Arthur Flour Web Site:
  DARK & SOFT "CHAIN RESTAURANT" DINNER ROLLS
Grill:
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Big Green Egg

Indirect Grilled:

Using the Big Green Egg Kamado Cooker.
Gear:
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  • CGS-Oval Pizza Stone
  • CGS AR Sliding Oval Grid (x2)
  • CGS-Rig Extender
  • CGS- Sliding D Grid
  • Maverick ET-732 Remote Read Thermometer
  • 1/4 Sheet Pans (x2)
  • Zero Tare Kitchen Scale
  • KA Stand Mixer
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  • Dough Hooks
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