Sunday, 23 July 2006

Weekend Baking Session # 21

I started doing something but ended up with something else. It was so tasty that I wish to share the recipe with everyone thru our Weekend Baking Session.

Cheesy Orange Marmalade Rolls

What do we need:

2 cups bread or high protein flour
1/2 cup plain flour
1/2 cup water
1 egg
2 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp butter
2 tsp instant yeast
1 tsp salt

1 cup orange marmalade
1 cup grated cheese

How do we do it:

Dissolve yeast in 1/4 cup of the warm water.

Combine egg, butter, salt, sugar and the yeast mixture. Add flour alternately with the remaining 1/4 cup of warm water. Mix until well combined. Turn the dough onto a floured board and knead. Cover and let it rise in a warm place for 1 hour or until doubled in bulk.

Roll dough out into a rectangle. Cover generously with orange marmale. Sprinkle with the grated cheese. Starting from the long side, begin rolling the dough down to the bottom edge, swiss roll style. Cut the rolled dough into 1 inch slices and place on a lightly greased pan 1 inch apart. Let the rolls rise again in a warm place until nearly double in size, approximately 45 minutes. Bake in a preheated oven at 200° C for 12-15 minutes.


Anonymous said...

I am gonnu try this today. Thanks for recipe.

U're most welcome. Do let me know the outcome.

RP said...

Looks great pushpa! I am sure it would be a big hit for a party, especially kid's party.

Yeah, it definately wuld. Thank u.

Kitchenmate said...

looks so cool and yummy. I was expecting something out of the bear mould for manishaa:)

Thanx a lot. The bear is coming soon. ;)

Anonymous said...

Looks delicious Pushpa ! and yet another super easy recipe from you. I Would definetely love try this pretty soon..Thank you for the recipe.

Many thanx. Pls let me know how it turned out.

texmex said...

What is bread or high protein flour?
compared to plain flour?

Instant yeast is 'levure chimique' (for cake baking) or yeast for bread?

It looks great and I want to try it.

High protein flour also know as strong flour or bread flour is milled from hard wheats. It contains high quantities of proteins (13 - 14%) & gluten which is necessary especially for bread making as it forms a network which traps gases produced by yeast. It is not suitable for making muffins, cakes and cookies.

All purpose flour or plain flour contains slightly lower protein content (10 - 12%)than bread flour. It is used for general baking.

Levure chimique is baking powder tat is used for baking cakes and cookies.

Instant yeast is the tiny brownish granules used for leavening bread. It comes in little packets. U can always use fresh yeast tat comes comes in block form as well.

Do let me know how the rolls came out.

Krithika said...

Pushpa, this is a great recipe. Is instant yeast same as active dry yeast ? Also, will these rolls be soft or a little crispy ?

Yes, instant yeast is the dried active yeast.

The rolls a little crispy on the top due to the caramelised orange marmalade but soft on the other parts.

Anonymous said...

These are just stunning & Wonderful ..

Thank u very much.

Nabeela said...

oh yum yum yum! I was planning on making these with orange marmalade a while ago...but the marmalade got done...but I might try it with strawberry jam.

Thanx. Looking forward to c the post in ur blog.

Anonymous said...

Hi Pushpa,

These look so delicious! Reminded me of my mother's sticky rolls. Similar dough to yours, with brown sugar and melted butter as filling. One could add nuts, but she never did. Thank you for this recipe!

Thank u. I made something like wat u've said. I've added raisins too. Ur most welcome.

Anonymous said...

Ohh these look great Pushpa! I love orange marmalade. :o)

Thank u very much. Long time no c. I too love orange marmalade.

archana said...

Looks very impressive Pushpa, perfectly baked !!!

Thank u very much. Receiving compliments from a great baker like u is a merit for me.

indianadoc said...

perfect bake pushpa....sounds easy...i'm tempted to try in spite of my apprehensions to bake!!

Thank u very much. It is indeed easy. Just give it a go & let me know of the outcome.

Daagh said...

hey Pushpa

this one looks beautiful and sounds very delicous... will give it a try :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Pushpa
What's orange marmalade?

Anonymous said...

Hi Pushpa,

I am veg so what can I use in place of the 1 egg?

ritika said...

I found your recipe interesting. Would love to try it sometime soon. also, if you're looking to get professionally trained, then check out these cooking and baking courses!

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