Friday, August 7, 2009

FILLED BREAD ROLLS


It doesn't take egg or milk. It doesn't necessary start with a sponge. Even who never made a bread can do it. Place all ingredients in a bowl, knead in stand mixer and let to rise. This is it. Then it's just to add a delicious filling and bake. Try this roll so light and tender warm, just after removed from oven. If you've got a big family double, triple the recipe! It's a keeper!






250g bread flour
15g sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp instant yeast
150ml water, lukewarm
20g butter in room temperature

Filling
200g smoke sausage grated
Oregano

Egg Wash
1 yolk
1 tbsp water

Directions
Place flour, sugar, salt, instant yeast and lukewarm water in a bowl and knead in stand mixer in medium speed for 8 minutes. Add butter and knead for more 10 minutes in medium speed, until the dough is smooth. Cover the dough and let to rise in a warm place for 1 hour, until double in volume.
Grease a large pan.
Punch out the air of dough in a lightly floured surface. Do not add so much flour. Let the dough rest for 15 minutes. Divide dough into 10 pieces. Roll out with a rolling pin, fill with oregano and smoke sausage and roll up. Place in the greased pan and let to rise for more 1 hour, until dough double in bulk. Brush the surface with yolk dissolved in water. If you prefer, cover with a mozzarella slice.
Bake in preheated oven 350˚F for about 30 minutes, until is golden brown.

Serve: 10 bread rolls.



Recipe from here.

11 comments:

  1. these look so good with the sausage inside

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  2. Those rolls look amazing! Yumm! And they're easy too??

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  3. Yummm.... what a nice breakfast treat, and wouldn't this make a dandy takealong for a lunch or picnic!

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  4. Your bread looks so tender and delicious!

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  5. Wow! those bread rolls looks so oft and fluffy.YUM

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  6. This would be a great snack or light meal when paired with a salad! Very nice!

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  7. Yum, these sound great! My family would love them, thank you for the kind comment you left on my blog :)

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  8. Hi, I made this same bread last week too, I made it into a loaf, next time I am gonna try to make them into rolls just like yours which look so delicious!

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  9. My dad used to make a bread similar to this - we called it stromboli. I will definitely be trying to recreate this and muster up some childhood memories. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  10. Mmm, these look fabulous with the pork inside - yum!

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