For the past 20 years, we have been enjoying the garlic rolls at one of our favorite Italian restaurants in Denver (Carmine's on Penn). The recipe is a guarded secret so there is no chance they will share the recipe. Last night I was told the ingredient list does not contain milk or butter. I knew I was pushing my luck so I didn't ask about whether eggs are included. How could they possibly produce such a soft, tender garlic roll? I am positive they slather the top with garlic olive oil while the rolls are still warm.
My pizza dough recipe does not contain milk or butter (but a little olive oil) and the texture is not even close to these additive, wonderful rolls.
Can anyone help me come up with a recipe to try? These rolls are definitely in the " to die for" category!