Saturday, April 18, 2015

No Knead Pizza Rolls - Fire Up Your Oven, Day 15

Another easy, peasy No Knead bread recipe, tada Pizza rolls, none would say no to these rolls that can be served as part of lunch/dinner. As usual i made them for our weekend evening snack, and it got over the moment it was out of the oven. I made it again today morning to take it to my SIL's house and also to get a click for today's post. These photos were taken with the rolls straight out of the oven, i have used cooker plate for the rolls to cool as i my wire-rack was used by another bread.
This will be the easiest dough one can work with. Once the dough is made and rested, it can be used immediately or can be refrigerated for a week and used. Or else it can be frozen for months. if using from freezer, thaw it overnight in the fridge and use it next day morning. The dough will be very soft to handle, so sprinkle flour generously on the working surface while working with the dough.

Source : Portugese girl cooks
Ingredients
1 & 2/3 Cup of Bread flour
2/3 Cup Lukewarm water
1 tsp yeast
1 tsp salt
1/4 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp oil
Filling
1/4 cup pizza or pasta sauce
1/2 a capsicum, chopped into small cubes
2-3 tbsp frozen corn
3/4 cup of shredded mozzarella cheese (hold 2 tbsp for topping the rolls)

Method
  • Take flour, salt, yeast and sugar in a bowl. Add oil to the lukewarm water. Now slowly add this water to the flour mix and mix with a spatula to incorporate the water into the flour to form a dough.
  • Let the dough rest for 2 hours minimum. Once rested the dough can be used immediately or can be refrigerated for a week and used. Or else it can be frozen for months. if using for freezer, thaw it overnight in the fridge and use it next day morning.
  • I rested the dough for 2 hours and used it the same day. Flour the kneading surface generously, take the dough out, punch down the air. 
  • Grease a 9X5 loaf pan or an 8 inch removable bottom pan with fat and lay it with parchment. Preheat the oven 180C.
  • Sprinkle flour on the dough and roll the dough into a rectangle, roughly measuring 10 x 8 inches. Spread the pasta/pizza sauce on top. Sprinkle capsicum and corn and finish it off the most of the mozzarella cheese.
  • Roll it tightly into a log. Cut the log into 8 pieces, place the pieces in the prepared pan, cut side down. Let the prepared rolls rest for another hour or until they double in size. Top each rolls with 1/2 tsp sauce and sprinkle the remaining cheese on top. Bake the rolls for about 25-28 minutes or until the cheese turns brown and rolls turn golden brown.
  • Remove the rolls to a cooling rack from the Oven. Let it cool for few minutes.Serve the rolls warm with some ketchup.
  • I made the rolls twice, once in a loaf pan and next time in a removable base pan. First time i made with above measurements and second time i made it with 1/2 measurements of the same and got 6 rolls.





18 comments:

  1. This was a nice series for a baking event. You have presented such a variety of breads. Excellent!

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  2. i loved the second last pic where the sauce is dripping out, beautiful rolls

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  3. God... such a droolworthy roll... yum...

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  4. You simply rock with pizza rolls, just cant take my eyes from those cheesy rolls..

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  5. It was the prep picture of these rolls you put up on Instagram few days ago. Prep pic is colorful and tempting. Pizza rolls look delicious

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  6. No need pizza roll sounds inviting,looks so colorful and tempting..

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  7. Those pizza rolls look perfect. It looks cheesy and delicious.

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  8. Would love to dig in right now Priya..very nicely baked!

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  9. Beautiful looking rolls. My kids will ultra happy if served these rolls!

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  10. These would be a great hit with the kids.

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  11. I really want to try pizza rolls. This looks so inviting....

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  12. Feeling hungry looking at these rolls.

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  13. that is a must try!! looks awesome..

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  14. Lovely recipe Priya! Wish I had seen this 10 minutes earlier. Making pizza tonight and I would have tried this version. Bookmarking it to try next time :)

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  15. Wow this bread is tempting , looks very colorful.

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