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  • Schlotsky's Buns?

    Do any of you have a recipe for them?
    Or maybe something similar?
    I love the texture and would like to make them from scratch.
    Have you made time to listen to the birds today........

  • #2
    Re: Schlotsky's Buns?

    I like their jalapeno bread.


    • #3
      Re: Schlotsky's Buns?

      I had forgotten about Schlotzsky's!! Don't know of one down here in FL. But love Quizno's now!


      • #4
        Re: Schlotsky's Buns?

        I know there are copycat recipes on the web. Just google.


        • #5
          Re: Schlotsky's Buns?

          I Love Schlotzski's, I Get Their Regular Delux Original On Jalapeno Cheese Bread!!! Yummy.

          At One Time I Had A Recipe For Their Regular Bread. I Think It's A Regular Sourdough Recipe.
          "Nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent." ~Eleanor Roosevelt


          • #6
            Re: Schlotsky's Buns?

            Yeah, and it's cooked in little cake pans if I remember right. I had that recipe too, but have since thrown away all of my copycat recipes. I didn't have room and theri too easy to find on the net.


            • #7
              Re: Schlotsky's Buns?

              I haven't tried this. Love Schlotsky's!


              Schlotsky's Buns

              1/2 Cup Water, lukewarm
              1 Tablespoon Sugar
              1 Package Active Dry Yeast
              3/4 Cup Milk lukewarm
              1/2 Teaspoon Salt
              1/4 Teaspoon Baking Soda
              2 1/2 Cups Bread Flour
              Yellow Cornmeal stone-ground

              In 8 oz. measuring cup, stir together first 3 ingredients and let mixture
              stand until it bubbles to top of cup. Dissolve baking soda in 1/2 Tbs.
              warm water. In medium bowl, combine warm milk, salt and soda-water mixture
              with 1 cup flour, beating with wir e whisk until smooth. Beat in yeast
              mixture and then remaining flour, switching to sturdy spoon. Batter should
              be thick and sticky but smooth, with all flour thoroughly dissolved. Put
              dough in 2 small pie pans that have been sprayer with non-stick spray and
              dusted with cornmeal. Cover with wax paper or plastic wrap that has also
              been sprayed. Let rise about an hour.

              Remove plastic wrap and discard. Spray tops of buns with non-stick spray
              and bake on center rack at 375F about 20 min. or until golden brown. As
              rolls cool in containers on rack for 20 min., spray tops with more
              non-stick spray to keep crust soft. Let cool 1 hour before slicing and
              filling with sandwich meats and cheeses.


              • #8
                Re: Schlotsky's Buns?

                Thank-you all especially you Suziee!!!
                Will whip them up tonight to see what happens!
                Last edited by TexAnn; 09-08-2008, 08:09 PM.
                Have you made time to listen to the birds today........


                • #9
                  Re: Schlotsky's Buns?

                  You are welcome! Hope they turned out. Anxious to hear if they were a success.



                  • #10
                    Re: Schlotsky's Buns?

                    Curious if you've made them yet, and how they came out?


                    • #11
                      Re: Schlotsky's Buns?

                      Schlotsky's Buns and Sandwich

                      Schlotzskys Sandwich Rolls
                      1/2 cup warm water
                      1 tablespoon sugar
                      1 package fast-rising active dry yeast
                      3/4 cup warm milk
                      1/2 teaspoon salt
                      1/4 teaspoon baking soda, softened in
                      1 tablespoon water
                      2 1/2 cups flour

                      The Large Original Sandwich
                      1/2 ounce garlic caesar salad dressing or creamy garlic dressing
                      1/2 ounce parmesan cheese
                      2 1/2 ounces cheddar cheese
                      2 1/2 ounces mozzarella cheese
                      2 ounces honey cured ham slices
                      1 ounce cotto salami, slices
                      1 ounce genoa salami, slices
                      1 1/2 ounces marinated olives
                      1/2 ounce yellow mustard
                      shredded lettuce
                      tomatoes, slices
                      white onions, slices

                      In large mixing bowl combine warm water, sugar and yeast.
                      Let stand about 5 minutes till very bubbly.
                      With wire whisk add the rest with only 1 cup of the flour, beating to smooth dough.
                      Beat in rest of flour till batter is thick and sticky but smooth, all flour being dissolved Divide dough between 5 oven-proof, Pam-sprayed, cornmeal dusted (let excess shake out) soup bowls (each 5" in diameter).
                      OR FOR MORE authentic shape divide batter equally between 5 greased cans from 1-1/2 lb Dinty Moore Stew, insides also dusted in cornmeal.
                      Cover each one in a square of Saran wrap sprayed in a bit of Pam and that side down.
                      Let raise almost an hour or till above rim of bowls or cans.
                      Discard Saran pieces.
                      Bake on center rack of 375~ oven about 20 minutes or till golden brown.
                      Let cool in containers on rack, spraying tops each in a bit of Pam while they cool to keep crusts soft.

                      TO USE FOR SANDWICHES-slice in half horizontally and grill on lightly buttered hot griddle as you would for grilled cheese sandwich or broiler toast till golden.
                      Spread garlic dressing over both sides of bun.
                      Sprinkle parmesan cheese and cheddar cheese on bottom bun.
                      Spread mustard and mozzarella cheese on top bun.
                      Toast to melt cheese.
                      Heat meats and place on buns with ham on bottom and salamis on top.
                      Build with olives, tomato, lettuce and onion.


                      • #12
                        Re: Schlotsky's Buns?

                        Sorry, but I have been without power for almost a week due to Hurricane Ike,Soooo I haven't made the buns yet,
                        I am very much looking forward to making them soon though, & will definitely let you know what I think, okay? (((hugs))))
                        Have you made time to listen to the birds today........


                        • #13
                          Re: Schlotsky's Buns?

                          Oh Wow! Many Many thanks for filling too. Gosh! I feel like its Christmas almost! Thanks again!! LOL!
                          Have you made time to listen to the birds today........