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Confit Garlic Butter Bread Rolls are soft and fluffy bread rolls that are infused with a rich, buttery garlic flavor. The rolls are made with a yeast-based dough that is flavored with garlic confit, a process that involves slow-cooking garlic cloves in oil until they become soft and caramelized. This gives the bread a mellow, sweet garlic flavor that is perfectly balanced by the richness of the butter.

The dough is shaped into rolls and then brushed with a generous amount of garlic butter before being baked until golden brown. The end result is a batch of warm, pillowy bread rolls that are crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, with a deliciously buttery and garlicky flavor that will have you coming back for more.

These rolls are perfect as a side dish for a family dinner, as part of a brunch spread, or even as a snack on their own. They are easy to make and require only a few simple ingredients, making them a great recipe to add to your baking repertoire.



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