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Soft Milk Rolls with Baked Camembert


  • To Make the Starter:

  • To Make the Dough:

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




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.


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).


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.


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


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


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


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


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


Soft Milk Rolls with Baked Camembert

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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
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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