Tear Share Bread Rolls – Church

Tear and share bread rolls for church gatherings are easy to make, pleasant to the eye, and delighfully tempting to nibble.

We hold a communal dinner once a month after the service. It’s a relaxed bring and share meal, with a rotation of volunteer cooks preparing the main dish and dessert. Others contribute salads, drinks and specialities which may range from tortilla to a Rumanian version of ensalada rusa – Russian salad.

There’s always plenty of food for unexpected visitors, and the fellowship shared around the table and in the kitchen is a reflection of our Mediterranean food-with-friendship culture.

Bread is an essential part of any spanish meal. These tear and share bread rolls fill the baskets that are passed around at the church meals, and are favorites of the younger children.

They are moist and tasty enough to be served as is, with no condiments; and they are equally delicious

  • topped with a drizzle of olive oil,
  • as a helpful retriever of that last bit of gravy,
  • smidged with butter.

Other options we bake for tear and share bread at church include soft dinner roll knots, sourdough loaves, and baguettes.

15 rolls, each made from 50g of the dough, were made in my oval Le Creuset cast iron casserole.

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