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Soft Milk Rolls with Baked Camembert

Ingredients

  • To Make the Starter:

  • To Make the Dough:

  • Other:

Directions

These delicious tear-and-share soft milk rolls with baked camembert recipe are sure to bring the family together.

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Steps

1

To make the starter: Mix 25g bread flour with 125ml water in a saucepan over medium heat until the roux thickens. When the whisk leaves a trail of lines on the surface, it is ready. Put in a small bowl and wrap cling film over the surface of the roux to prevent a crust forming. Leave to cool.

2

Add whole milk, lightly beaten egg, the starter, softened butter, bread flour, sugar, yeast, and salt in your Panasonic bread maker and select the Pizza Dough programme (45 min).

3

Remove dough from pan using a plastic spatula. The dough will be a little sticky so flour your hands and the worktop. Shape into 16 small rolls.

4

Brush some of the rolls with melted butter and dip into sesame seeds and finely chopped fresh rosemary.

5

Place a wheel of Camembert cheese in the centre of a baking sheet lined with greaseproof paper.

6

Position the bread rolls around the cheese, brush them with melted butter, and leave to rise for half an hour.

7

Slash the top of the cheese and drizzle with a little olive oil and chopped rosemary.

8

Bake at 180°C in combination microwave oven for 25 minutes and serve warm.

Enjoy

Soft Milk Rolls with Baked Camembert

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
To Make the Starter:
25g bread flour
125 ml water
To Make the Dough:
125 ml whole milk
1 beaten egg
1 starter
60g softened butter
250g bread flour
1 tbsp sugar
1 tsp yeast
1 tsp salt
Other:
1 wheel of Camembert cheese
melted butter
sesame seeds
finely chopped fresh rosemary
olive oil

Lucy Parissi

Lucy Parissi

Lucy Parissi is a food photographer, coffee addict, and cocktail appreciator at Supergolden Bakes. She is passionate about food and enjoys nothing more than making a huge mess in her lovely kitchen, creating new recipes, and learning through trial-and-error. Her recipes range from extremely indulgent to nutritious and healthy, with the occasional cocktail thrown in for good measure.

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