Provino's Italian Restaurant- Garlic Rolls- Chattanooga TN

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Nightshift
Cheeseburger
2012/07/04 03:47:13
Would anyone have any idea how to cook these delicious rolls.  Since I've ate there plenty of times I know they are covered in real butter and finely chopped garlic.  Would like to know how to make these really light and airy rolls.  I am going to attempt to put a pic on here or the link so you can see what they look like.  Ok tried to attach the pic but wouldn't let me so here is the link.
http://pinterest.com/pin/259379259759094805/
CCinNJ
Sirloin
Re:Provino's Italian Restaurant- Garlic Rolls- Chattanooga TN 2012/07/04 06:21:37
While our traditional garlic knots are made with pizza dough ...I'd say by looking at the picture it is a dinner roll not left to bake too long.

http://www.rhodesbread.co...bile/products/view/828
post edited by CCinNJ - 2012/07/04 06:53:32
Nightshift
Cheeseburger
Re:Provino's Italian Restaurant- Garlic Rolls- Chattanooga TN 2012/07/04 11:25:28
Thank you for your response but I am looking for some advice on how to cook these on my own.  Thanks again
CCinNJ
Sirloin
Re:Provino's Italian Restaurant- Garlic Rolls- Chattanooga TN 2012/07/04 11:34:56
You can try a dinner roll recipe. These look just like them...

http://www.ourbestbites.c...lds-best-dinner-rolls/
Foodbme
Porterhouse
Re:Provino's Italian Restaurant- Garlic Rolls- Chattanooga TN 2012/07/04 18:40:27
CCinNJ
While our traditional garlic knots are made with pizza dough ...I'd say by looking at the picture it is a dinner roll not left to bake too long.
http://www.rhodesbread.co...bile/products/view/828

I've had pretty good success using Rhodes Frozen Dough to make various stuff like Monkey Bread and different braided things.
CCinNJ
Sirloin
Re:Provino's Italian Restaurant- Garlic Rolls- Chattanooga TN 2012/07/04 19:16:11
I don't know what Rhodes would look like if it was baked a few shade below a tan. Those rolls have a curious texture. They look like they collapse.

I don't know if it could be something like a steamed bun finished for a minute....for color.

It's a chain that goes back 30 years...with locations in a few States. No mention about recipes except for one person that said he had it... and the bidding starts at $1000. Seriously. People either love them or mention they are underdone.