This recipe can be used for a variety of breads. I use this as a basic starting point for garlic bread, pizza, french toast or cinnamon rolls. All you have to do is change the flavor and this bread can be used for anything you need. The dough is a great consistency and can mold into any shape!
Here is a video taking you through this recipe step by step. http://amandanicolesmithrecipes.blogspot.com/2012/05/raw-french-...
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I just made something similar to this for dinner out of leftovers I had in my kitchen, so the measurements I give below are estimates for making a full serving (mine was about 0.5). As a warning, I like very spicy foods, so adjust the chili sauce as necessary.