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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Did some cooking with the kids today.
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    Default Show me your baked goods!!!

    I'm thinking of doing my own Vegemite cheese scrolls.

    Which dough recipe would be best do you think?
    Not sure whether to waste time with yeast, or to just do a yoghurt mix.
    Anyone got other ideas??
    The bakers delight scrolls are yummo, but they get expensive.

    Miss kitty. Which dough recipe did you use for your pizza pinwheels?

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    Quote Originally Posted by moongazer View Post
    I'm thinking of doing my own Vegemite cheese scrolls.

    Which dough recipe would be best do you think?
    Not sure whether to waste time with yeast, or to just do a yoghurt mix.
    Anyone got other ideas??
    The bakers delight scrolls are yummo, but they get expensive.

    Miss kitty. Which dough recipe did you use for your pizza pinwheels?
    I don't use yeast or yoghurt in my scrolls. It's just SR flour, butter, pinch of salt and some milk. I can find the recipe if you want it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tadpoles View Post
    I don't use yeast or yoghurt in my scrolls. It's just SR flour, butter, pinch of salt and some milk. I can find the recipe if you want it.

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    Yes please. 👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by moongazer View Post
    I'm thinking of doing my own Vegemite cheese scrolls.

    Which dough recipe would be best do you think?
    Not sure whether to waste time with yeast, or to just do a yoghurt mix.
    Anyone got other ideas??
    The bakers delight scrolls are yummo, but they get expensive.

    Miss kitty. Which dough recipe did you use for your pizza pinwheels?
    Those ones were just puff pastry but I also do them with a scone base like this one
    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/2713...+pizza+scrolls

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    Quote Originally Posted by moongazer View Post
    I'm thinking of doing my own Vegemite cheese scrolls.

    Which dough recipe would be best do you think?
    Not sure whether to waste time with yeast, or to just do a yoghurt mix.
    Anyone got other ideas??
    The bakers delight scrolls are yummo, but they get expensive.

    Miss kitty. Which dough recipe did you use for your pizza pinwheels?
    The 2 cups sr flour and 1 cup yoghurt is so easy and really pretty good. I just recently experimented by doubling the mix and adding 2tsp yeast, 1tsp sugar and a small amount(about 3tbs) of warm water (I combined just these 3 things in a small cup and left until the yeast was bubbling then added to the yoghurt before adding the flour) and a little extra flour to compensate for the water. It turned out pretty good. A bit like pizza dough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    The 2 cups sr flour and 1 cup yoghurt is so easy and really pretty good. I just recently experimented by doubling the mix and adding 2tsp yeast, 1tsp sugar and a small amount(about 3tbs) of warm water (I combined just these 3 things in a small cup and left until the yeast was bubbling then added to the yoghurt before adding the flour) and a little extra flour to compensate for the water. It turned out pretty good. A bit like pizza dough.
    I tried the yoghurt dough for some apple scrolls and found it hard to roll out. Ended up quite thick. Not sure if it was a bit too dry actually.

    Do you knead it a bit as well? I fiddled around with it a but, but didn't go crazy.

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    I would say there was not enough yogurt. When I have made it, it has been the consistency of scone dough

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    Yes please. 👍
    3 cups SR flour
    60 g butter, chopped
    1 1/4 cups milk
    2 tbs vegemite
    1 tsp just boiled water
    1 cup grated cheese

    -Preheat oven to 200°C Line an oven tray with baking paper
    -Sift flour into large bowl, Rub in butter until mixture resembles bread crumbs.
    - Make a well in the centre, pour in milk and using a butter knife mix quickly to a soft sticky dough.
    Turn dough onto floured surface, knead gently and roll out to a large rectangle (1cm thick)
    - combine vegemite and water in a small bowl. Spread over dough and top with cheese.
    - roll up from longest side, cut into 12. Place together with cut sides facing up, tails inward. Spray with oil (I always forget this part so I'm not sure if it matters)
    - bake 15-20 mins

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    I'm going to meet my new niece tomorrow so made a big batch of chocolate chip and oat cookies to take over (and a lasagne but that doesn't really fit the thread haha)
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