An opinionated blog beginning with advice on how to create the ultimate French sauces
Intro: While bread is ubiquitous in French culture, it is usually used sparingly at mealtime and guests are given one portion which they are expected to use throughout all the upcoming courses. (I like the French's system of bread portioning because it keeps the guests from loading up on bread so that they don't spoil their appetite for what is coming ahead).
Why Bread Rolls over Loaves?
I like to serve bread rolls instead of bread loaves at meals for two reasons. First, in my experience, roll dough is easier to handle (for beginners) than loaf-sized dough. Second, it is easier to handle once it comes out of the oven: you just pop the rolls onto a plate with a little garnish and a slice of butter and then serve them.
The Upcoming Caramelized Onion Rolls recipe not only offers a great tasting roll, but it also only calls for a small amount of handling and a minimum of ingredients.
How to make Caramelized Onion Rolls