This recipe comes by popular demand from my Facebook group, my children and all their little friends from the street! I rarely make scrolls as it involves more fiddling than my hands are happy with and haven’t made my blog until now as they do not fit with my theme of #makingeverydaylifeeasier! They do however make my life quieter for the 5 minutes of eating! This recipe is for Vegemite and cheese, but you can use this recipe with any savoury scroll filling.
Add remaining ingredients in order
Pastry P1 / stopper maxi (2 min 30 sec)
Allow to automatically continue onto prove function for 20 minutes
Remove CC lid and turn upside down onto a floured or oiled silicone mat
Remove locking nut and lift bowl off dough
Scrape dough off the blade, being careful not to stretch dough
Roll the dough into a rectangle 35cm by 40cm
Light spread vegemite on dough, leaving 2 cm along one long side bare
Sprinkle cheese evenly over vegemite
Starting at the long side that has the topping, roll dough to create a long scroll
Using dental floss(!), neaten the ends and carefully slice into 12 scrolls
Place into a lightly oiled 20*30cm slice tin, leaving room around the edges
Prove the dough in a warm humid environment, until they have doubled in size (40-55mins)
Sprinkle with extra cheese, optional
Steam bake 180C 20-25 minutes
Allow to cool on a wire rack
Eat within 24 hours or freeze immediately
- The water needs to be 30-35C. In cold climates you can achieve this in CC first. Speed 3 / 35C / 2 mins. In hot climates you may need to cool the water. Too hot and the dough will be overly sticky (sticky itself is a good thing!).
- Scrolls are best filled with cheese and/or a spread (vegemite or pizza sauce) to allow the other fillings to stick.
- You can bake the scrolls on a flat baking tray, however I find tins with small sides help the rolls rise in a uniform manner, making them easier to pull apart and of course, they look nicer too!
- Proving - If your oven has a 30C setting, I recommend you add a bowl of water to the bottom and allow the dough to rise in the oven. If not, get creative. Use the laundry when the tumble dryer is on, the dishwasher when it's just finished its cycle, the dashboard of your car with a wet tea over the dough or the microwave after you've heated a mug of water.
- If you do not have a steam oven, you can create one by adding a (oven safe) bowl of water to the bottom of your oven
- Freezing immediately, once cooled is important as there are no preservatives used. The rolls defrost perfectly, especially in a packed lunch box in the Australian summer!