I wanted to start a new thread for this. I need to find out the formula for this bread which is also a sandwich roll. The roll has a slight sour taste to it, the crumb is soft and chewy, the crust is thin and crunchy. The crust is the big mystery for me as it is unlike any baguette that I have made or eaten before. This crust is much thinner than a baguette which makes it great as a sandwich roll. Help please!
Any unique bread recipes out there? whether its unusual techniques,or ingredients you wouldn't normally use?
OK, Confession, Romanos Macaroni Grille has one of my ATF breads. http://www.macaronigrill.com/Home/Home.aspx
I can fill up on their Herb Bread dipped in olive oil.
Does anyone happen to have a recipe for it?
I figure if anyone would know, it would be one of you bread-heads.
I found this recipe on line, but have not tried it yet.
I happened to see these Vietname Bread Rolls in a Chinese supermarket in Toronto, bought some and truly liked the lightness of these rolls. Try as I might I have not been able to source a recipe for them. If anyone among the profusion of master bakers in The Fresh Loaf knows the recipe I would be truly grateful for a copy.
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