Crescent City Corellia Garlic Rolls Star Wars Party Food Recipe and Label

Crescent City, Corellia Garlic Rolls - Star Wars Party Food Recipe and Label
Crescent City, Corellia Garlic Rolls - Star Wars Party Food Recipe and Label
My Star Wars Kids love homemade potato bread made into various treats. My 15 year old son wants me to make it daily, but honestly, not only is it work, but it just doesn't seem a good idea for our waistline. I love bread, but it doesn't love me.
Crescent City Corellia Garlic Rolls
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Anyhow, another Star Wars treat we make from my basic potato bread dough is garlic cheese bread crescent rolls to eat with the various Italian Star Wars dishes you will find on this site. And if you haven't guessed it yet, I am Italian-American. We call the garlic bread "Crescent City, Corellia Garlic Rolls." 

My basic potato bread dough is listed on the Italiano Connection website for Italian Cinnamon Rolls, which is the recipe we use for Princess Leia's Cinnamon Buns, too. This dough recipes would make two batches of rolls, so we only use half the dough to make 16 garlic rolls and then use the other half to make dessert or breakfast, which will be listed in the next post.

However, I roll it out into a circle and then cover it with butter, garlic powder, and Parmesan cheese (Parmigiano Reggiano) and/or Pecorino Romano cheese. Then using a pizza cutting wheel, I cut it in half, into fourths, into eighths, and then into sixteenths. I roll each triangle up from the wide end and shape into a crescent roll. Then I brush the tops of all the rolls with garlic butter (melted butter with garlic powder stirred in). Let them rise until they double. When they have risen, I gently brush them with more garlic butter and sprinkle with more cheese. I bake them at 375 degrees for 15-20 minutes. If they are browning too fast on top, I put a sheet of foil over the tops. When you take them out, brushing them with more butter or garlic butter only makes them all the more scrumptious.

Some people do not want to go through this hassle and prefer to buy crescent rolls in the refrigerated section at the grocery store and brush them with garlic butter and sprinkle with cheese. I am not going to lie, those taste good, too. Not as good, but they are yummy. Buon Appetito!