Outback Steakhouse bread is the signature bread served at the Outback Restaurant! Served on a cutting board with whipped butter these dark molasses rolls will compliment your steak dinner! This recipe makes 12 rolls just like the restaurant!
In the bowl of a stand mixture, dissolve the yeast and 1 Tbsp of sugar in warm water until mixture gets foamy.
Whisk in the honey, brown sugar, egg and molasses.
Sift in the remaining dry ingredients and knead 10 min over low speed.
Divide the dough into 2 equal parts. Cut each part into 6 equal pieces and form 6-7" long narrow rolls.
Dredge each roll into some cornmeal and then transfer each roll onto a well-greased pan. Allow dough to proof until doubled in size (approx. 45 min-1 hr in a warm place.)
Bake in a pre-heated 380°F oven for 15 minutes.
Bread Flour: is a high-gluten flour that gives bread elasticity. It's enriched flour used in a lot of commercial baking. To substitute bread flour simply whack the dough during the kneading process to naturally bring out the gluten or add a teaspoon of vital gluten to the flour. You know you brought out the gluten if you dough is soft and easy to slice, holding its shape.