ROLL AND PASTA RECIPES

May 24, 2008 at 3:35 am (Recipes we've loved!) (, , )

Hi there…

Well I know this is what you have all been waiting for…so thanks again Megan…and here they are!

Refrigerator Rolls

 

NEED:

 

Step 1

¼ cup warm water

1 ½ sachet of Tandaco Yeast

 

Step 2

4 cups warm water

¾ cup powdered milk

1 cup sugar

1 cup oil

7 cups plain flour

 

Step 3

2 cups plain flour

1 tsp Baking Powder

1tsp Baking soda

1 tsp salt

 

DO:

 

Step 1

Combine warm water and yeast in a small bowl, place somewhere warm and wait for the yeast to activate.

 

Step 2

While the yeast is activating, combine all ingredients from step 2 in a large mixing bowl. Mix together until smooth. Add yeast mixture to the large bowl and I cup of plain flour. Beat together until stretchy.

 

Leave to rise until the mixture is double in size.

 

Step 3

Poke down the dough then add ingredients from step 3. Combine until a soft dough is formed (you may need to add more flour). Once the dough is ready turn onto a floured bench and kneed the dough, the dough is now ready to use.

 

Store unused dough in the refrigerator for up to 7 days.

 

When baking rolls – shape rolls, buns, as desired leave on baking trays to rise then bake in 180 – 200 degrees oven for about 15 – 20 min.

 

 

Pasta

 

DO: 

2 cups plain flour

3 eggs

pinch salt

oil

 

DO:

Place all ingredients in a food processor and process until combined. Turn onto bench and kneed, then let the dough stand for at least ½ hour.

 

Start making your pasta…

 

So sisters, we are all looking forward to hearing happy making and eating stories. Feel free to post some photos of your finished products on here if you wish.

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. hannanfamily said,

    How do you do the cinamon bit? They tasted oh so good. Thanks for a great night. Pam

  2. TEEN said,

    Roll the dough out in a flat rectangle. Brush with water, then sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Roll up, cut into lengths then place in greased tray scroll side up. I glazed mine the other day after cooking, with a vanilla, icing sugar and milk drizzle. Or you could just drizzle maple syrup over the warm rolls when they come out!! Mmmmmnnn. So what time will I see you at the gym in the morning???

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