Baking at Home: Savory Rolls with Imitation Crab

Baking at Home: Savory Rolls with Imitation Crab

I used easy to use imitation crab or crabsticks.
Why not try making some delicious deli-style savory bread rolls?
This is an easily made bread, even if you are a beginner.

Ingredients: Makes 6

Recipe ID: 1104792 Cute Sweet bread Using egg, fluffy bread machine bread.
I used this recipe
For the filling:
Cream cheese
1 package (I used one mini package)
Imitation crab sticks
5-6 sticks
Minced Onions
About 3 tablespoons
2 tablespoons
●Grainy mustard
1 teaspoon (as much as you'd like)
●Salt, Pepper, Garlic Powder
To taste
Dried parsley
If you have it.
Egg glaze
To taste (If not, its fine.)


1. Let the bread maker make the dough. After the first 8-10 minutes, add the butter and when the dough is done, break it into 6 portions. Make them round and while letting them sit for 15 minutes, be careful that they don't dry out.
2. Take the softened cream cheese and all the ingredients marked ● and mix them together well. Take the minced onions and the imitation crab cut into 1cm pieces, and while whisking, mix them into the mixture.
3. Now that the dough has rested, roll out the dough with a rolling pin and try to make it into a square shape.
4. Fold diagonally, and cut almost all the way into the center with a scraper without actually cutting the center.
5. When you open it up, it should look like this.
6. Next, carefully fold in the cut edge that you created, and let the dough rise again at 40°C. Preheat your oven to 190°C. Keep an eye on the dough till it starts to look like this.
7. Top with what you made in Step 2 and then lower the temp to around 170~180°C and bake for 15 minutes. Adjust the baking time depending on your oven.
8. The above picture shows it with baked with mayonnaise on top. You can also put cheese on it to make it more delicious. I put dried parsley on top after they were done baking.

Story Behind this Recipe

For this recipe's filling, I really like to eat garlic toast, so I wanted to make a deli bread like it! I think it's pretty close. ´ `v)
I learned how to make this at a part time job I used to have at a bakery.
(So it's kind of dated.)