Recipe For Seed Rolls – Easy To Make

I learnt something new today! Nigella seeds and black cumin are the same ingredient. This means that I now have nigella seeds from the UK, some from Yuppiechef, and another lot from Faithful to Nature. I will have to make a lot more of these seed rolls to use them all up.

Seed Rolls
Seed Rolls
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It is quite amazing how reliant I have become on spell check. I have never been trained to type and I know my right hand is quicker than my left. My typing speed is seriously quick. But that means sometimes the keyboard has not kept up with me. For some odd reason, the spell check has stopped working on Chrome. I realized this when my grammar police friend sent me a message. She reads my blog posts each morning and lets me know if there are errors. I prefer to type my posts straight into WordPress as I can see the word count as I am typing. But with the spell check not working I am now typing my posts in Word. I know that I am able to spell but that does not mean I don’t make mistakes. Sometimes I hit two keys at once.

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And every now and then I move the keyboard slightly meaning I type an ‘I’ instead of an ‘O’. I made a small mistake when I made these rolls. Due to the rolling technique I used, I did not distribute the nigella seeds evenly. I was quite concerned as Dave is not a huge fan of onions. And every now and then I got a huge onion hit from the seeds. However, he did not mind the flavour at all. And surprisingly, they went so well with the gooseberry jam I made. I tested out my bread stamp for these rolls and I am very pleased with the look. Next time I make these seed rolls I will add the nigella seeds into the mixture before proving.

Seed Rolls

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Seed Rolls
 
These savoury seed rolls go perfectly with a tart jam
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Ingredients
  • 200g bread flour
  • 300g whole wheat flour
  • 10g sunflower seeds
  • 20g pumpkin seeds
  • 5g instant dry yeast
  • 8g honey
  • 300mls water
  • 12g salt
  • oil
  • 15mls nigella seeds, divided
Method
  1. Place the flours, seeds, yeast, honey and water into a stand mixer bowl
  2. Using a dough hook, mix on a medium speed until the water is combined
  3. Add the salt and continue kneading until the gluten has developed
  4. Turn onto a lightly oiled surface and shape into a ball
  5. Place into a lightly oiled bowl, seam side down
  6. Cover with a damp cloth and set aside to prove until doubled in size
  7. Turn the dough out and knock back gently
  8. Divide into 12 pieces
  9. Add 1.25mls nigella seeds to each piece and shape into a ball
  10. Place the rolls onto a lined baking tray and slash or stamp if you have a bread stamp
  11. Cover and leave to prove until the have risen by 50 percent
  12. Preheat the oven to 200° Celsius
  13. Toss a few ice cubes into your oven to create steam, and bake the rolls for 20 minutes
  14. Remove and set aside to cool on a wire rack
My Notes
Replace the nigella seeds with poppy seeds if you prefer

 

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22 thoughts on “Recipe For Seed Rolls – Easy To Make

  1. yummy, siempre nos enseñas cositas tan ricas
    sibaritismosdeinma sharing the blog ♥ CARAVAL, STEPHANIE GARBERMy Profile

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    1. Thank you for the compliment 🙂

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  2. Ahhh, strange. In India nigella seeds and black cumin are totally different. Whatever, seed breads are my favourite, so I can tell I will love these rolls too. 😀
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    1. I had thought so too, but not according to Wikipedia 🙂

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  3. Very interesting post! I just love the added kick the seeds and herbs give to breads. Wishing you a super week!
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    1. Thanks Bobbi, you too!

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  4. yeah I have a freind who used to let me know if there are errors. I created a user account on my wordpress so she could just go ocrrect lol. Did not last long. For some reason wp auto correct on chrome works at home but not on my pc at work. These buns looks great and cool to know about the 2 names of these seeds.

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    1. Glad I am not the only one having this issue!

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  5. These look so yummy! Something to bookmark for future get togethers where I need to bring a side!! <3 – http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com
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    1. Hope you enjoy them Gingi 🙂

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  6. I had no idea Nigella seeds and black Cumin were the same thing. Thanks for that Tandy! Now I’ve learned something new too xx
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    1. My pleasure xx

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  7. These look like fantastic rolls Tandy.
    Have a happy Tuesday.
    🙂 Mandy xo
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    1. Thanks Mandy xxx

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  8. These are such pretty rolls and the flavors sound delicious!!

    Ugh imagine life without spellcheck???
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    1. I am battling along, typing slower!

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  9. Did not know that Nigella seeds and black cumin seeds were the same thing, thanks for the tidbit. Your seed rolls look amazing Tandy!
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    1. Thanks Cheri. I was quite surprised at my discovery as well 🙂

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  10. I had no idea they were the same! I knew jeera and cumin were the same but not nigella! These rolls sound so good.
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    1. I did not know jeera was cumin until we moved here and a Muslim friend gave Dave a recipe calling for jeera. Thankfully our local spice market could tell me what it was 🙂

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  11. I’m very reliant on spellcheck nowadays. I wonder if kids that grow up with it learning how to spell in a different way!
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    1. It is amazing how many people do not know how to spell given that the computer does it for them!

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