posted at 12/16/2008 7:02 AM ESTDoes anyone have the recipe for the bread, they serve at Outback?
posted at 12/30/2008 9:58 AM EST
I am not sure if the bread is on this website but they do have recipes from Outback and other chain restaraunts.
I tried an olive garden recipe from the site and it came out pretty good.
posted at 12/30/2008 10:34 AM ESTThey have a chat board and there a few recipes for the bread on it... here is one version. This appeared to be the easiest and least amount of ingredients. HTH
3 packages dry yeast
1/2 cup warm water
1 tablespoon sugar
1 cup warm water
1/2 cup dark molasses
1 tablespoon salt
2 tablespoons oil
2 cups rye flour
2-1/2 to 3 cups all-purpose flour
Soften yeast in 1/2 cup warm water. Stir in sugar. Let stand 6 minutes or till bubbly.
Meanwhile in large mixing bowl combine 1 cup warm water with molasses, salt, oil and rye flour. Beat to smooth batter. Add yeast water mixture, stirring to combine.
Work in all-purpose flour till dough is smooth and no longer sticky, very pliable and elastic. Knead a few minutes. Let rise till doubled in greased bowl. Punch down.
Shape into 2 large round loaves placed a few inches apart on greased and cornmeal dusted cookie sheet or fill 6 mini foil loaf pans, greased and dusted in cornmeal, with the dough, dividing it evenly between these little pans.
Either way let loaves rise till doubled in warm place. Bake large loaves 375 degrees F. about 30 minutes or till crust makes hollow sound when tapped with knuckles. For tiny loaves place pans on dry ungreased cookie sheets, a few inches apart. When doubled in size, bake at 375 degrees F. for 20 minutes.
Bread freezes beautifully.
posted at 12/30/2008 12:25 PM ESTGreat! My husband loves this bread.
I'll have to try it.
posted at 12/31/2008 3:43 AM ESTThanks a million chick! Definitely going to try it. - Pingo
posted at 1/25/2009 2:47 AM ESTHello ladies,
I was all ready to make this wonderful bread, but now I cannot find rye flour anywhere.
Anyone know, where rye flour is available around here? I could mail order it, but it would break my bank.
posted at 1/25/2009 6:57 PM ESTHi Pingo-
I would suggest Trader Joe's or Whole Foods.
posted at 2/7/2009 4:27 AM ESTHi Pingo- I used to work at outback (a loooong time ago) so I know how great that bread is, and it was often my dinner!
I was recently in the organic section of shaws and they seem to have many different types of flours there. Try that out if you have not already!