WWW. Herb Rolls, Plain Rolls, Fruit Loaf.

So for the WWW this week I made a roast chicken (from meatfeast!) and a lot of baked goods to sustain us on the trip to Download and to go with our meals during our stay.

I made six herb rolls, four plain rolls and one fruit and seed cake.

Recipe 1: Easy Plain Rolls.

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Ingredients:

-400g self-raising flour

-2 cups warm water

-1tbsp lemon juice

-a pinch of salt

-a pint of pepper

Utensils:

-mixing bowl and spoon

-flat baking tray, greased

Recipe:

1: Mix the flour, pepper and salt.

2: Add the water slowly, continually mixing until the mass is stringy and smooth to touch, not sticky.

3: Form 4 small rolls. Do this by rolling your dough into a ball and pulling the surface tight. Turn it 90 degrees and pull it tight again. Fold the excess under. Do this until the roll looks stretched and stringy on top.

4: Place in the oven at 100C for 20min.

5: Bake at 150C for 35min, or until the crust is hard.

6: Finish at 200C for 5min.

Recipe 2: Creamy Herb Rolls.

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Ingredients:

-600g self-raising flour

-500ml milk

-2tsp salt

-2tsp pepper

-2tbsp herbs

-2tbsp lemon juice

Utensils:

-mixing bowl and spoon

-flat baking tray, greased

Recipe:

1: Mix the flour, salt, pepper and herbs.

2: Slowly stir in the milk and lemon juice.

3: Mix the mass until it’s firm and stringy.

4: Place in the fridge until stiff.

5: Remove from the fridge and knead until pliable.

6: Form 6 small rolls. Do this by rolling the dough into balls and then rolling them out into slightly elongated rolls.

7: Place them on the tray with the neat side up. Bake at 100C for 35min.

8: Bake at 150C for 35min.

9: Finish at 200C for 5min.

Recipe 3: Fruit and Seed Loaf.

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Ingredients:

-3 overripe bananas

-1 apple

-200g self-raising flour

-1 cup of mixed seeds (mine was 1/4 flax, 1/2 pumpkin, and 1/4 sunflower and others)

-1/2 cup dried fruit

 

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