Mini pizza rolls (dough made in bread maker)

    Mini pizza rolls (dough made in bread maker)

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    This is just a different kind of cheese roll with a few added ingredients for more flavour. I haven't given precise amounts of each ingredient other than the dough as some might like more or less of each

    krickitt Queensland, Australia

    Ingredients
    Serves: 9 

    • 500g plain flour
    • 300ml water
    • 2 tsp dry yeast
    • 1/4 jar tomato paste
    • mixed herbs
    • 2-3 cups grated tasty cheese
    • 1 small jar kalamata olives (pitted for ease)
    • 1 cup diced bacon
    • 1 onion
    • grated parmesan
    • paprika ground

    Directions
    Preparation:1hour  ›  Cook:1hour  ›  Ready in:2hours 

    1. Place flour, then water, then yeast in bread machine and set your bread machine to dough setting. (most will take about an hour). Once the dough is complete preheat oven at about 150 degrees C.
    2. Pull dough out of tin and flour your hands, lightly flour surface to work on. divide the dough into 9 rough balls.
    3. Place baking paper into a 250mmX250mm baking tray, then place the rolls in - 3X3,
    4. Lightly paste the buns with tomato paste then sprinkle with mixed herbs.
    5. Add a medium coat of cheese over all the buns - be generous if you run out, just grate up more - then a layer of chopped olives being sure to go right to the edges, then a layer of bacon and onion (use all of it).
    6. Use the rest of the grated cheese to cover the top. After that dust the top with grated parmesan for extra taste. Sprinkle the ground paprika to taste over the lot. you can also use cayenne pepper if you like it spicy.
    7. Turn the oven off and cool slightly. you don't want to cook yet, you just want to raise the bread. once its cooled slightly put the buns in the oven and let raise for approx. 15-20mins till doubled.
    8. Once raised turn the oven on to about 210 degrees and cook for about 20-30 mins. best way to check is pull the buns and lift the paper off the sides if you can see browning on the bottom and sides of the buns it should be ready. Pull them out anddivide them up to cool faster. Best served warm.

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    krickitt
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    easy to cook, and very tasty - 12 Apr 2009

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