Recipe For Flavoured Italian Rolls

I am working my way through my recipe file, and this is the inspiration for my weekly challenges. I loved the look of these rolls and so went ahead and made them, but I did not read the recipe properly and so mixed all the flavours together instead of making 4 different flavoured sets of rolls. I must say, that my version was really great.

Flavoured Italian Rolls
Flavoured Italian Rolls

Flavoured Italian Rolls
 
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Ingredients
  • 500g cake flour
  • 20mls salt
  • 400mls warm water
  • 20g instant yeast
  • 50mls olive oil
  • 80g baby leeks, sliced, sautéed and puréed
  • 50mls sundried tomato pesto
  • 50mls olive tapenade
  • 50mls basil pesto
Method
  1. mix the flour and the salt together in a bowl
  2. make a well in the centre and add the remaining ingredients
  3. mix well to combine
  4. divide the dough into 4 and add the different flavouring to each
  5. place each piece of dough on a lightly floured working surface and knead until the flavouring is incorporated
  6. cover and leave in a warm place until treble in size and full of air bubbles
  7. sprinkle a baking sheet with flour
  8. take each piece of dough and divide into 6 small rolls
  9. place the rolls on a baking sheet and cover with a kitchen towel
  10. leave to prove until doubled in size
  11. preheat the oven to 220? Celsius
  12. bake for 30 minutes and leave to cool on a wire rack before serving

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  1. Recipe is an easy one, my mouth is watering, it’s just after 6am here in Australia, raining outside and you have made my saliva glands word overtime 🙂 🙂 🙂 Thanks for sharing my friend xx

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    1. these rolls were really good – and I have a loaf of bread made from the dough as well! When in Aus are you?

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      1. I am on the Gold Coast, about 70 km from Brisbane, very tropical but can get really very warm. oxoxoxox

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        1. I have a friend who lives there, but I have never been to that part of Australia xxx

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  2. Very yummy!!

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    1. I made a loaf of bread as well, and that will be for brunch today 🙂

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  3. They look marvelous and I am sure they just burst with flavour!

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    1. they were lovely – not brilliant with peanut butter though!

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