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    Silver Member Dubah's Avatar
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    Default Filled Bread Rolls

    Bread rolls with different filling options.

    Filled with Sirene and spinach

    3.5 cups of all purpose flour
    1 spoon of active dry yeast
    3/4 cup of water
    1 teaspoon of salt
    2 spoons of sugar
    2 eggs
    1 egg to brush the rolls
    1.5 ounce of melted butter

    1. Mix all the ingredients into dough. Let rise until dough doubles in size
    2. Divide the dough into 3 parts. Roll each part flat, brush with some melted butter and spread the filling. Make a roll and let it stay in the freezer for 30 minutes.
    3. Cut the roll to slices and put them on a baking pan covered with baking paper
    4. Let rise again for about 15 minutes
    5. Brush with egg
    6. Put in the over for 15-20 minutes in medium heat
    7. Optional: brush with melted butter after the rolls are out of the oven


    Tomato sauce:
    2 onions, chopped, fried
    2 small cans of tomato sauce/puree - a little less
    Teaspoon crushed garlic
    Olive oil
    Sugar (according to your taste)
    Salt, pepper
    Mix everything.

    Add on the sauce:
    Small diced tomatoes
    Sliced olives
    Cheese flakes

    Tomato sauce:
    Small can of tomato sauce/puree
    Small onion, chopped fried
    Some sugar
    Ground black pepper

    3 cans of tuna- powdered
    2 onions, chopped fried
    Cheese flakes
    Ground black pepper

    Potatoes and cheese filling
    Mashed potatoes with fired onion, I spread it on the dough after I spread tomato sauce (the same recipe as the sauce for the tuna).
    Scatter some cheese flakes on top

    I do the same with Sirene +cheese flakes, I sometimes add some spinach with the sirene filling.
    It also worked great with mushroom filling I made. (Chopped mushrooms fried it with onion+ bullion+ cheese on top).

    I hope I wrote it clear enough. If there is anything that remains unclear or if you have other questions. Feel free to ask

    Bon appétit!
    Last edited by Dubah; July 12th, 2012 at 01:02 PM.

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    Will definitely give these a try... bread, cheese, potato - nom nom nom
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    These sound wonderful but what is "tuna powdered"?
    What I really want to know is whether it makes your poop glow in the dark after eating it! ~ Kittylady

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    Lalique, Tuna- powdered. Not a real powder, But crush and make small flakes out of the canned tuna. I hope It's understandable now

    Levitt, let me know how they turned out when you do
    Last edited by Dubah; July 12th, 2012 at 06:17 PM.

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    These sound great. The potato and cheese one sounds amazing.

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