The girls have taken a fancy to bakery pizza rolls… and I can’t blame them, they are rather tasty. So yesterday I was on a mission to make my own for school lunches and I am so pleased with how they turned out, I thought I’d share!
These are made with a standard foccacia/pizza dough recipe…
250mls luke warm water
2 tsp yeast
1 tsp sugar
3 tbs olive oil
500grams of bread/plain flour.
pinch of salt
mixed herbs to add to dough mix (optional)
I add the yeast and sugar to the water and let it sit for a while, until the yeast begins to froth, then add the oil and mix it a little. I put the flour straight into the bread machine bowl, then add the yeast mix. Set your bread machine to the dough setting and leave it to do all the hard mixing, kneading and rising work… but you could do it all by hand if you like.
Preheat your oven to 200 degrees C.
Once the dough has risen, knock it out down and give it a quick knead. Cut the dough into small pieces, roll them into balls and flatten roughly into roundish shapes, not too flat though. I put half our dough in the freezer and made eight small pizza rolls out of the remaining half.
Let the dough rest on the oven tray for a little while you cut up some toppings. We used a swipe of tomato paste, salami, cheese and herbs. I pushed the toppings into the dough slightly so it would hopefully stay on better in the lunch box, then bunged them in the oven for 10 minutes.
The girls LOVED them and they tasted pretty darn good if I do say so myself. I have orrders for capsicum and pineapple on them next time!