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Norm's Onion Rolls

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Floydm

Norm's Onion Rolls

I too have baked a batch of Norm's Onion Rolls. They are wonderful.

I added 1 tablespoon of poppy seeds to the dough as well as an extra quarter cup or so of rehydrated dried onions. Otherwise, I followed his recipe.

I may have gotten a little too carried away with the poppy seeds and onions, but they were awfully tasty.

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GrapevineTXolda...

To post?  LOL. 

These look WONDERFUL.  I really am going to have to make them. 

:)

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Eli

Floyd, those look great and I bet they didn't last long. I also substituted sesame seeds for the poppy on some and they were really good too. Just an idea.

Eli

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dmsnyder


David

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sara lee

Help Please

 


Hi every one ,


Will any one who tried Norm's onion rolls, give me the recipe using the measuring cups and spoons instead of ounces and pounds,


Thank you,


Sara

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msbreadbaker

Were you ever able to get the recipe using measuring cups and spoons instead of oz & lbs? I could do with the weights, but the tiny amount of oz for the salt, etc, are too small for my scale. Jean P. (VA)

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sara lee

Hi msbreadbaker, here is the measures Norm answered me with:

Norm's onion rolls cups and spoons per request

sugar 3/4 of an ounce (1 and 1/2 Table Spoon)

malt syrup 1/4 of and ounce (1 tea spoon) (Note if you do have the malt syurp you can use 1 ounce of sugar (2 table spoon) to replace the Malt and sugar above)

salt 1/4 ounce (1 and 1/2 tea spoon)

eggs 3/4 ounce (1 and 1/2 table spoon)

oil 3/4 ounce (1 and 1/2 table spoon)

hi gluten flour 1 pound (sift first 4 cups)

water 8 oz (one cup)

yeast 1/2 ounce (cake) variable if usine the 2 oz cake found in stores 1/4 cake) if using dry 2 packets ( i think they come in 1/8 ounce) if using dry bulk yeast 1 and 1/2 teaspoon but that can be adjusted more or less depending on how fast you want the rolls to rise.

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msbreadbaker

Thank you so much for going to the trouble to send this info. It will help me and hopefully others. Jean P. (VA)