Miami Onion Rolls

I found Miami Onion Rolls at a Stop & Shop in Rhinebeck, NY. They are wonderful and non-dairy!

I'm piecing together how to make them in this post.

Kerry Beal:

Posted 24 January 2010 - 06:13 PM
Secrets of a Jewish Baker has a recipe for Miami Rolls. It starts with a Vienna Roll (Kaiser roll) dough which has eggs, oil, malt syrup and sugar. He states that they become soft centered from the onions and are crisp on the outside.

*This sounds right by the looks of them* The prepared onions are laid on a greased cooking sheet, ropes of dough are placed on top and allowed to rest for 10 minutes. The dough is then pulled and folded into thirds, enclosing the onions. The dough envelopes are placed seam side up back on top of the remaining onion filling until they are all completed. They are then allowed to rise onion side up until ready to bake.  No, don't cook the onions in butter.  This recipe is closer. This one, too.

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