Exciting news! Thanks to my lovely hubby’s gaming connections we’ve got our hands on a very special recipe. I love to try new recipes – that’s why I created my own cookbook: Kate’s Thermo Cookbook available on iPad, iPhone and Android via Kindle
I’ve converted the recipe to a Thermie version but you can access the non-thermie version here:
Ingredients for sweet rolls
540g hi protein flour
270g unsalted butter
85g brown sugar
155g eggs, beaten (approx 3 eggs)
Ingredients for icing
110g icing sugar
1/2 gelatine leaf
- Add mixing tool to the jug.
- Place flour, sugar, salt, milk, yeast and half the eggs into the jug.
- If using a thermomix, set to knead and add remaining eggs when the dough is mixed well.
- If using a Bellini, mix for 10 sec at speed 3, add the remaining eggs. Then mix for 10 sec, speed 6 followed by 1-2 min at speed 1 to knead the dough.
- Keep mixing until the batter is nice and smooth and the dough has got tension. Touch it with a finger and see if it sticks but pulls back into shape.
- Add the softened butter and mix on speed 2-3 until well combined, finish off with 4 sec, speed 6 and your dough is ready.
- Leave it in your refrigerator overnight or for a minimum of 8 hours to allow the butter to set within the structure of the dough. No amount of magic can speed up the process!
- The following day divide your dough into 100 gram thick strings, wrap them up in a circle to form a doughnut shape.
- Help yourself with a little flour, place the little doughnut in the muffin pan, insert the cone, fill with rice and prove for up to 3 hours.
- Put a light tray on top of the cones, fill with rice and place in the oven to bake at 180°C for 35 minutes.
- Once baked take out of the oven, remove tray cones, and remove sweet roll from the pans. Cool down and ice.
- To ice, add glucose to the jug with the water. Cook for 30 sec at 60°C, speed 3.
- Add soaked gelatine leaf and mix for 15 sec, speed 3.
- Add icing sugar and mix for 10 sec, speed 3 then 5 sec, speed 6.
- Ensure is at room temperature before using to ice the rolls.
You have crafted a sweet roll.
I have to admit I haven’t made these myself yet (as you might guess these beautiful pics of rolls come straight from Bourke Street Bakery). If you do make your own, do share the love and tag #skyrim #sweetroll and of course #chopcookserve 🙂