Saturday, 5 July 2008

Citrus snail rolls

I fancied baking today and some thing filling , i find breads made with semolina are heavy in texture and bite, more filling so in line with my frugal cooking month, i invented these, fusion cooking , i used equal amounts of semolina and plain flour, yeast, milk, an egg, salt and sugar. I grated the rind of an orange about a tablespoon.

I shaped and brushed the rolls with egg and sprinkled them with sesame seeds and aniseed's.
Photobucket leave them in a warm place to rise before baking.



UmmAbdurRahman said...

I'm horrible at baking. The most I can make is pizza dough and pie crusts. Can you give a more exact measurement. It doesn't have to be exact, but a better idea would be more helpful. How long do you knead them? what kind of yeast?

sorry for all the questions, but these look so good and I have no clue how to make them

Rainbow In The Grey Sky said...

sister just for you as i sometimes cook free hand, so i reccomend 1 cup of fine semolina, 1 1/2 cups of plain flour 3/4 leveled tbl spoon of instant yeast, i cup of warm milk, i large egg, salt to taste and about 2 tbl spoons of sugar, grate rind of lemmon or orange about 1 tbl spoon. mix well and kneed , leave to rise, knock back and kneed. Lightly oil a tray and dreak of some dough roll it like a sausage shape and wind into a swirl like a snails shell (if you know what i mean?) brush with egg and sprinkle with sessame seeds and anised or any seeds of your choice poppy work well too, it was the first time i made them sister. do let me know how you get on and post pictures on your blog so i can see plz. hugs!

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