Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Thermomix Wholemeal Cheese & Vegemite Scrolls - double the love

The before shot...
 Scrolls are just about one of the easiest things to do in the thermomix and are great for lunches. Miss 5 loves finding cheese and vegemite scrolls in her school lunchbox, so today I attempted doubling this basic scroll recipe (with a few tweaks) so that I could make extra scrolls and pop them in the freezer to defrost later for quick lunchbox fillers.

The number of scrolls you make will depend on what size you roll your dough out to - I rolled mine out to an approximate 45cm x 30cm rectangle which gave me 18 large sized scrolls.

200g whole wheat grain
500g bakers flour
360g warm water
3 teaspoons of dried yeast
2 good pinches of salt
2 teaspoons sugar
2 teaspoons oil (I use rice bran oil, but any would do)
2 cups grated cheddar cheese (or to taste)

Mill whole wheat grain for 1 minute on speed 9.
Add salt, bakers flour, yeast and sugar - in that order to prevent the salt deactivating the yeast.
Mix together for 15 seconds on speed 3.
Add water (make sure it's warm) and oil, mix together for 20 - 30 seconds on speed 8.
Turn dial to closed lid position and kneed (interval speed) for 2 1/2 minutes.
Remove dough and wrap in a silicon baking mat or place in an oiled glass bowl covered with glad wrap to prove for 30 minutes. I wrapped mine in a baking mat and popped it outside in the sun to help it along.
Preheat oven to 200 degrees and roll the dough into a rectangle. A 45cm x 30cm rectangle will give you approximately 18 large scrolls.
Spread vegemite over the dough to taste and evenly cover with grated cheese.
Starting at one end roll the dough up so that you have a log shape and cut into slices using a sharp knife.
Place the rolls flat and closely together on your baking mat or on trays lined with baking paper and allow to prove for a further 15 minutes. You might like to add a little extra cheese to the tops of the scrolls.
Cook for approximately 14 minutes.
To freeze, wrap each scroll individually with glad wrap, and then place in a snap lock freezer bag.
...and after

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