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You know those vegemite-cheese things from brumbys or bakers delight. Well i was thinking of making my own...but ive never baked bread or any dough like stuff before....how would i make them...or does anyone know where i could get a recipe???
I am sorry I can't help with a recipe for the bread! Whenever I make bread it never turns out!
However have you tried this recipe
1 sheet of pastry
1 egg whisked
Spread the vegemite over the pastry sheet and top with grated cheese. Roll the pastry loosely into a scroll then brush the edge of the pastry where it is to join with egg so it sticks to the other side of the pastry then cut into 2cm or so lengths and brush the tops with egg.
Cook till nice and brown!;)
Are they like the scrolls? If so I have a recipe for them that could easily be changed to vegemite.
mmmm, yum!!! :chef:
hey i got a recipe for ham and cheese scrolls. u could just make them with vegemite and cheese instead...
2 cups self raising flour
30gr butter, chilled, chopped
3/4 cup milk
preheat oven to 200c. line a large baking tray with baking paper.
sift flour into a large bowl.
add butter. using your fingertips, rub butter into flour untill combined. make a well in the centre and add milk. using a flat bladed knife, stir until mixture is almost combined. using ur hads kneed out on a floured surface. use a rolling pin to roll out dough and top with cheese and vegemite roll up dough firmly ike a swiss roll. cut into 12 slicesand arrange scrolls close together:D
bake for 18 to 20 minutes
yummy....hope its not too late to post this for ya
Bread is ridiculously easy to make. It's about as far from rocket science as you can get, and it's utterly forgiving. There's no exact quantities involved anywhere.
Take some flour, dump it in a bowl. Use about a third to a quarter the volume of bread you want to end up with. Half a kilo, maybe, for a few people.
Dump in a packet (or two if you're making a lot) of dried yeast, a good dash of salt, and some sugar for the yeast - maybe a tablespoonful.
Mix it all together, throw in some oil (olive oil is nice) - a couple of tablespoons sort of amount - and a cup or two or three of hot-but-not-painful water. (you can always add more)
Mix it all together - use a wooden spoon or such to get it started if you want, but you'll need to use your hands after a minute anyway. It should be all in one lump, stretchy, and definitely more solid than liquid. Add flour or water as necessary to reach this stage.
Now dump it out onto a clean counter and start kneading.
To do this, hold the front edge of the dough down with the heel of your left hand, and use the heel of your right hand to smoosh the dough out ahead of you in one smooth motion. Again, this isn't brain surgery - there's nothing to get right. Now pull the dough back with your hand, rolling it back onto itself. Let your left hand slip forwards as you do, effectively turning the dough clockwise a bit. The whole thing should take about a second.
Repeat this procedure until you can't bear it any more. At least give it five minutes - it helps the texture enormously.
As you knead, the any unmixed flour will get properly mixed in, and the dough will probably get a bit stiffer. As this happens, add water as necessary to soften it up. Sorry to put it this way, but the texture you want to end up with is exactly like a breast: soft but not squishy.
Once your arms are tired, pick up the dough and stick it back in the bowl, cover it with a clean cloth, and leave it to rise in a warm place for a good half an hour. Now is a good time to get started on the godawful mess you just made...
Once the dough has risen (it should at least double in size), you can mould it into half-size replicas of the rolls/loaves/etc you want to make, place on greased trays, and leave to rise again for another half an hour.
Brush with egg or milk, and bake in a hot (250c) oven for anything from 15-35 minutes, or until it's obviously done.
To make cheesymite scrolls, I'd roll the dough out as thin as reasonably possible, spread with vegemite (possibly thinned down with a little milk or something to make it easier to spread), sprinkle with grated cheese, then roll up, cut into slices, then leave to rise, brush and bake as above.
Ok thanks everyone...i will give it a whirl :thumbsup:
They sound like something my DD would love, i might have to try them too! As usual Mister Noodle, you are full of great advice! :thumbsup: And you put everything so well!
Check out the Vegemite website, they have a recipe for Vegemite Scrolls, here is the link
Awesome Jacki thats them....good on ya mate :thumbsup:
lol how silly! I woulnd't have even thought to check the vegemite website to make vegemite scrolls!:banghead: :laughing:
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