Saturday, 9 November 2013

White cheese top rolls

I have been addicted to making these for the last fortnight and they are so scrumptious that I just had to write down the recipe, so here it is...


500g white bread flour
Vegetable oil 1 tablespoon 
340ml warm water
7g dried yeast
15ml of granulated sugar
1 and a half teaspoons of salt
150g cheese (I use cheddar cheese as strong as I can get)


Step 1
Mix the flour and the salt together in a bowl.

Step 2
Pour in the oil and stir in until barely visible.

Step 3
In a cup put the yeast, sugar and 150ml of your warm waster, wait until it begins to foam then pour into the flour mix and stir in well.

Step 4
Add the rest of the warm water and need until it turns into smooth ball of dough then leave to rise in the bowl for 1 hour with cling film on the top.

Step 5 
kneed again for 5 minutes and break into 9 equal(ish) parts.

Step 6
Roll each part into a round shape and place on a baking tray with equal amounts of space between them.  

Step 7
Push a couple of your fingers into the centre of each ball of dough and put a desertspoon of grated cheese into each well.

Step 8
Leave for 30 minutes to rise further and then out in a pre heated oven set at 200 degrees C - bake for 15 minutes!