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Turkey Filled Phyllo Pastry Cigars

Baked Goodies | Home Made Cooking

We’ve never celebrated thanksgiving with a turkey. I mean, we did have nice lunch/dinner with friends, celebrating thanksgiving and being grateful for what we all have, but I must admit that turkey was never a part of the feast.

Well luckily, this year good friends of ours volunteered to bring the turkey so we did have one giant delicious bird on the table.

I’ve never made turkey myself, I just know that it takes a very long time to cook in the oven, so I don’t have any tips for making the turkey, but what I do have to share is a leftover recipe.

Don’t you just love it when you end up having leftovers that are not just good for a meal the day/s after but it’s also something you can transform into something else? I love it.

So we had lots of turkey leftovers and I had to to make something from them so I combined it with other leftovers I had in the fridge which were Phyllo pastry sheets.

I made these yummy turkey “cigars” in the oven, no deep frying, and served with broccoli and salad. A leftover feast on its own.

 

Turkey Filled Phyllo Pastry Cigars

Turkey Filled Phyllo Pastry Cigars

 

Turkey Filled Phyllo Pastry Cigars
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Recipe type: Appetizer, Turkey
 
These pastry cigars are a good solution for a quick dinner, lunch, appetizer and even a lunchbox new favorite. You can use your thanksgiving leftovers like a pro.
Ingredients
  • 6-8 Phyllo Pastry Sheets
  • 2 Cups Chopped Turkey Leftovers (cooked)
  • ½ Carrot
  • ¼ tsp Salt
  • ⅛ tsp Ground Cumin
  • 1 Egg
  • ½ Cup Shredded Cheese (Optional)
  • Vegetable Oil - For Brushing
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375F (190C) and layer a baking sheet with parchment paper
  2. Place the turkey, carrot, salt and cumin in a food processor and process until finely shred.
  3. Pour the mix into a bowl and add in the egg (and cheese if you’re using any) and mix using a fork or spoon until egg is fully incorporated.
  4. Spread one sheet of Phyllo Pastry on your working surface and brush with some oil and place another pastry sheet on top of it.
  5. Now that you have 2 sheets of pastry on top of each other with oil in between, divide your double layered pastry sheet into 4 strips (using the shorter side, so don't use the length of the sheet but the width) and divide each strip into two equal rectangles.
  6. Scoop one tablespoon of turkey mix a time, and form a small log/roll between your hands and place it 1 cm or ½ inch away from each rectangle edge.
  7. Fold the two rectangle edges over the turkey filling, the fold should be about ½ cm on each side, and then roll lengthwise to form a cigar/roll (instructions in photos below).
  8. Brush the cigar’s edge with a bit of oil right before rolling it all the way (this will help keep it closed while baking - like glue) and place the cigars on your baking sheet with the seam facing down (so the seam will be the bottom).
  9. Brush each cigar with oil before baking and bake for 15-17 minutes until cigars are brown.

 

instructions for phyllo pastry cigars

Turkey Filled Phyllo Pastry Cigars

Turkey Filled Phyllo Pastry Cigars

We’ve never celebrated thanksgiving with a turkey. I mean, we did have nice lunch/dinner with friends, celebrating thanksgiving and being grateful for what we all have, but I must admit that turkey was never a part of the feast. Well luckily, this year good friends of ours volunteered to bring the turkey so we did […]

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Cream Cheese and Olives Crescents

Baked Goodies

It’s Father’s day today, and although this is the day we celebrate dads, to me it’s another day to celebrate family. Mother’s day, father’s day, family day and even just Saturday, another reason to spend time with my amazing family, celebrate it and be happy for being part of it.

Lately I’ve been having quite a few rough days for different reasons, but thanks to these days I’ve been able to appreciate my family even more. The support, the love, the understanding and the comfort they provide. The laughs, the peace and the stability. My family is my rock, and this is why even though it’s father’s day I celebrate family.

Now, I’m not saying that fathers don’t deserve their own day, but I think fathers and mothers, grandparents and children should be celebrated every single day. Because at the end of the day, family is the only thing you have that’s not going to change, they will always be there.

So in the spirit of family appreciation I made a special brunch today, and we sat down together as a family and enjoyed each other’s company. Even Stewie got some homemade dog treats, after all, he is part of the family.

And before I share this next great recipe for “Cream Cheese and Olives Crescents”, I just wanted to wish everyone a Happy Father’s Day and a Wonderful family packed week.

Cream Cheese and Olives Whole Wheat Crescents

Cream Cheese and Olives Crescents
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Recipe type: Bread, Pastry
 
Soft and bread like crescents, filled with cream cheese and olive. The great thing about this dough is that you can fill it with anything else, sweet or savory and it'll turn out just great.
Ingredients
  • 2 ¾ Cup Whole Wheat Flour (550gr)
  • 2 tsp Dry Active Yeast
  • 1 tsp Sugar
  • ½ Cup Cottage Cheese
  • ⅓ Cup Plain Yogurt
  • 2 Tbsp Olive Oil
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 Cup Warm Water
  • 1 Egg - beaten (For the egg wash)
For The Filling:
  • 250gr Cream Cheese
  • 50g Butter - Melted
  • Salt
  • Pitted Olives
Instructions
Prepare the dough:
  1. Place the flour, yeast and sugar in a mixer bowl and mix together with a spoon. Add in the cottage cheese, yogurt, oil and salt and ½ cup of the water and start mixing using the kneading attachment. Start with low speed and move to medium-low after a minute or so.
  2. Gradually add the rest of the water. The dough should be soft and a bit tacky but it shouldn’t stick to the bowl (extra or less water may be needed based on the flour you use).
  3. Once a dough has formed, pat the dough slightly with oil and cover the bowl with plastic wrap and let dough rest and rise for about 45-60 minutes until it’s double in size.
  4. Punch the dough down (to deflate it) and divide into 2 equal parts.
  5. Roll each part into a ball and on a lightly floured surface, roll into a thin flat circle.
Prepare The filling:
  1. Mix the cream cheese and melted butter together until they form a soft spreadable mix.
  2. You can add spices or herbs as desired.
To fill the crescents:
  1. Using a spatula or butter knife, spread half of the filling on the flattened dough circle and add olives on top.
  2. Using a sharp knife or pizza slicer, slice the circle into 8-10 (depending on the size you want) slices (triangles - like a pizza).
  3. Roll each triangle from the outside to the inside (starting with the wide end and rolling towards the sharp end of the triangle).
  4. Repeat with the second half of the dough and place the filled crescents on a parchment paper layered baking sheet. Make sure that they are at least 1 inch apart.
  5. Cover with a kitchen towel and let the crescents rest for about 30-45 minutes.
  6. Preheat the oven to 375F (180C)
  7. After 30-45 minutes, gently brush each crescent with beaten egg and sprinkle with sesame if desired.
  8. Bake for 20 minutes.
Notes
**After cooled, keep in an airtight container to maintain freshness**

Cream Cheese and Olives Whole Wheat Crescents

Cream Cheese and Olives Whole Wheat Crescents

It’s Father’s day today, and although this is the day we celebrate dads, to me it’s another day to celebrate family. Mother’s day, father’s day, family day and even just Saturday, another reason to spend time with my amazing family, celebrate it and be happy for being part of it. Lately I’ve been having quite […]

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Gooey Whole Wheat Cheese Rolls

Baked Goodies

My son’s favorite phrase is “cheese n’ stuff”, which is fine because really this is what life’s all about – Cheese and stuff, isn’t it? 🙂

But it’s not just a phrase, he really likes cheese too, all kinds of it, if fact – any kind of it, and that’s why I enjoy making all things cheese twice as much.

I always just wait for him to ask me what’s for dinner or lunch, or what a certain dish is made of, just so I can proudly answer: “Cheese and stuff”

So a couple of weeks ago, instead of making just plain rolls for our brunch, I decided to go cheesy and add some grated cheese which will make the rolls gooey on the inside and delicious on the outside – such a perfect combination. And it was indeed perfect. None were left after brunch and that says a lot.

So these are rolls made from whole wheat flour with added cheese inside, they’re soft, delicious and taste best while still warm. You can definitely reheat them so don’t worry if you didn’t make it to the first batch or arrived late for dinner when these were served – I got you covered.

Gooey Whole Wheat Cheese Rolls

Gooey Whole Wheat Cheese Rolls

Gooey Whole Wheat Cheese Rolls
Author: 
Recipe type: Rolls
Cuisine: Cheese
Serves: 10-12 Rolls
 
Gooey rolls filled with warm cheese are such a great gimmick and treat. the kids love it and so do the adults. Easy, wholesome, cheesy.
Ingredients
  • 500gr Whole Wheat Flour
  • 1 Tbsp Dry Yeast
  • 3 Tbsp White Sugar
  • ½ Tbsp Salt
  • ⅓ Cup Vegetable Oil
  • ⅓ Cup Milk
  • ¾ Cup Warm Water + 2 Tbsp (you may not need these 2 Tbsp)
For Filling:
  • 1 Cup Grated Cheese
For Brushing:
  • 3 Tbsp Butter - Melted
Instructions
  1. Place the flour, yeast, sugar, salt, oil and milk in a mixer bowl and add half the water and mix, using kneading attachment, on low speed.
  2. Gradually drizzle in the rest of the water until you get an even dough that’s soft and not sticky. If it is still hard/dry, add a bit water (1 Tbsp at a time).
  3. Remove dough from bowl and place on a lightly .floured surface
  4. Divide into 10-12 pieces (depending on the roll size you want - I made 10) and roll each piece into a ball.
  5. Place each ball in your hand and using your fingers, create a bowl shape.
  6. Place 1 Tbsp filling (grated cheese) inside the dough “bowl” and close tight back into a ball shape. Make sure you tighten the bottom so it won’t open while baking.
  7. Place each filled ball in a parchment paper layered baking sheet, with the smooth side facing up (the side where you pinched the opening to close into a ball should now be the bottom of the roll).
  8. Repeat with the other dough balls.
  9. Let the rolls rest in the baking sheet for about 45 minutes until they rise (about 1 ½ -2 times the size at the beginning).
  10. Preheat oven to 375F/ 180C and melt 3 Tbsp butter for brushing
  11. After 45 minutes, gently brush each roll with the melted butter (you can also sprinkle with any leftover grated cheese on top)
  12. Bake in the preheated oven for 25 minutes or until golden brown.
  13. Serve fresh and warm.

Gooey Whole Wheat Cheese Rolls

Gooey Whole Wheat Cheese Rolls

Gooey Whole Wheat Cheese Rolls

My son’s favorite phrase is “cheese n’ stuff”, which is fine because really this is what life’s all about – Cheese and stuff, isn’t it? 🙂 But it’s not just a phrase, he really likes cheese too, all kinds of it, if fact – any kind of it, and that’s why I enjoy making all […]

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Soft Whole Wheat Spelt Dinner Rolls

Baked Goodies

I am pretty selective when it comes to bread. It needs to be dense but soft, have a nicely browned crust, it needs to have that fresh flavor without the after taste of yeast, yeah, I know I’m picky.

I was browsing online, trying to figure out how to make dinner rolls, and I’m not sure why but I decided to stop looking when I found the recipe on TheKitchn.com.

The rolls looked so good, so soft and the crust looked just perfect. But looking at the ingredients I figured I’d have to play around and find some alternatives to the all purpose flour and the sugar. You must know me good enough by now to know that if I can switch the ingredients to more nutritious ones, I will. So I did.

These dinner rolls ended up being whole wheat spelt dinner rolls and they came out soft and perfect. I liked the fact that they came out looking super professional too. My husband couldn’t believe these were homemade at first.

Anyhow, these go amazing paired with some butter – obviously 🙂

They are also wonderful as sandwich rolls and you can freeze them and thaw whenever you need them. This recipe is a keeper.

Soft Whole Wheat Spelt Dinner Rolls

Soft Whole Wheat Spelt Dinner Rolls
Author: 
Recipe type: Bread
Cuisine: Pastry
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 12 Rolls
 
Soft dinner rolls are not an obvious thing when it comes to spelt and whole wheat, but these are just perfect.
Ingredients
  • 1 ½ Cup Whole Wheat Flour
  • 1 ½ Cup Spelt Flour
  • 1 Tbsp Dry Yeast
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 2 tbsp Honey
  • 2 Tbsp Vegetable Oil
  • ¼ Cup Milk (whole or skim)
  • ¾ Cup Warm Water
  • 2 Tbsp Butter - Melted
Instructions
  1. In a stand mixer bowl, combine the flours and yeast and mix together.
  2. Add in the salt, honey, oil, milk and ½ cup warm water and start mixing on low speed using the kneading attachment.
  3. Gradually add the ¼ cup left of warm water (drizzle in while stand mixer is mixing).
  4. Keep the mixer kneading for about 3-4 minutes until the dough is all combined into 1 dough ball.
  5. Remove the dough from the bowl and place on a lightly floured surface. Knead the dough a bit until it’s soft, non-sticky. It should spring back when you poke it.
  6. Place the dough ball back in the bowl, cover it with kitchen towel or plastic wrap and let the dough rise in a warm spot until it is double in size (about 1 hour).
  7. Once the dough has risen, remove it from the bowl and once again place it on a floured surface.
  8. Divide the dough into 12 equal pieces and roll each piece into a ball.
  9. Prepare a 9X13 inch baking dish layered with parchment paper and arrange the rolls in the baking dish. Make sure the rolls are apart from each other (about 1-2 inches apart).
  10. Cover the baking dish with a kitchen towel and let the rolls rise for another 30-40 minutes in a warm spot.
  11. Preheat the oven to 375F (180C) and melt the 2 Tbsp butter.
  12. Once the rolls look pillowy and risen (after 30-40 minutes), gently brush them with the melted butter.
  13. Bake the rolls in the preheated oven for 15-18 minutes (it took me 17 minutes).
Notes
Inspired by and adapted from www.thekitchn.com

Soft Whole Wheat Spelt Dinner Rolls

Link to the original recipe that inspired me: HERE

Soft Whole Wheat Spelt Dinner Rolls

I am pretty selective when it comes to bread. It needs to be dense but soft, have a nicely browned crust, it needs to have that fresh flavor without the after taste of yeast, yeah, I know I’m picky. I was browsing online, trying to figure out how to make dinner rolls, and I’m not […]

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Spelt Cinnamon Rolls – No Yeast and Almost No Gluten

Cakes and Cookies

Yesterday night I had this weirdest craving. I really wanted a cinnamon bun. I looked for a good recipe but of course the only ones I could find are the good old fashioned yeast cinnamon buns.

I adore yeast pastries. They are my favorite, but in this instance I just had to have my cinnamon buns NOW. So I browsed through various recipes and found a few that are no yeast recipes for quick cinnamon buns. The only thing that bothered me now is that they are all obviously made with regular wheat flour, and that alone will ruin my son’s low gluten diet and will probably give my hubby stomach aches.

I decided then to come up with my own recipe for cinnamon buns/rolls using spelt flour.

So here I was, mixing and adding and hoping for the best. What’s the worst thing that’s going to happen? I gain experience? This doesn’t sound that bad to me.

30 minutes after, I was done. I took the rolls out of the oven and hoped for the best. The smell was insanely good and they looked superb. As always, my main taste tester was my husband. I served him with one roll, gave him a few seconds to chew on it and nervously waited for his response; “The only thing missing is a cup of tea” was the verdict and I was one happy girl.

So yeah, it worked, and this morning the kids tried it and loved it. They are not your everyday traditional buns, the texture is different and the dough is not as soft as the yeast version. They are denser and less sweet and I had to warm them up a bit before serving this morning, but dang they taste so good! So I’m sharing this recipe in hopes that you’ll like it too. You can top it up with your favorite icing or eat it plain, either way this version is a bit healthier and very low in gluten.

I got a sweet deal on Spelt Flour (Clickable link) on Amazon surprisingly, so I had enough for everything I made. The quality was also really great.

Spelt Cinnamon Buns

 

Spelt Cinnamon Rolls - No Yeast and Almost No Gluten
Author: 
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Sweet
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 12 Rolls
 
Not your regular cinnamon rolls. they are not as soft and gooey but they are fast, delicious and have very low gluten levels. You'll like them.
Ingredients
Dough:
  • 3 cups + 1 tbsp Spelt Flour
  • 2 tbsp White Sugar
  • 4 tsp Baking Powder
  • Pinch of Salt
  • 3½ tbsp Butter (50gr)
  • ¾ Cup Milk
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
Filling:
  • 3 tbsp Butter – Room Temperature (soft)
  • ½ Cup Brown Sugar
  • 3 tsp Cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp Butter – Room Temperature (for topping)
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375F (190C)
  2. Prepare muffin tray and grease each cup with butter
Preparing the Dough:
  1. Place milk ,butter and vanilla extract in small saucepan, heat over medium heat until butter melts and set aside.
  2. Mix the other dough ingredients all together and then add the milk mix in. Using a mixer, mix only until fully combined (careful, do not over mix) and you get soft non sticky dough.
  3. Roll out dough on a lightly floured surface into a rectangle about 18X10 inch and ¼ inch thick.
Preparing the filling:
  1. In a small bowl mix the cinnamon and brown sugar together. Set aside
Assembling the rolls:
  1. Using a butter knife (or your fingers) spread the 3 tbsp butter (from filling ingredients) on top of the rolled out dough.
  2. Sprinkle with the cinnamon mix. Don’t use the entire mix; leave about 1tsp in the bowl.
  3. Roll the dough on its longer side (so you get a longer roll) and cut into 12 equal slices (about 1 inch or 3 cm each)
  4. Place each slice/rolled piece into a greased muffin cup in your muffin tray
  5. Using your fingers or butter knife, spread a bit of butter on top of each slice (from the 1 tbsp butter you set aside from the filling ingredients) and sprinkle with the leftover cinnamon mix.
  6. Place in oven for 15-20 minutes. Remove when done and serve as is or with butter.

 

Spelt Cinnamon Rolls

Spelt Cinnamon Rolls

Yesterday night I had this weirdest craving. I really wanted a cinnamon bun. I looked for a good recipe but of course the only ones I could find are the good old fashioned yeast cinnamon buns. I adore yeast pastries. They are my favorite, but in this instance I just had to have my cinnamon […]

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Sweet and Soft Braided Challah Bread

Baked Goodies

Sweet childhood memories for me are the taste of soft, fresh, sweet challah bread with fresh real cottage cheese. I can swear, it’s like heaven in your mouth.

Ever since we moved to Canada I’ve been trying to find that challah bread that has the sweetness I loved so much. It’s like a sweet roll but bigger 🙂

So I know I have another Challah recipe here in the blog, but this one is much sweeter, bigger and fluffier. It all depends on how you like your challah.

In this case, you can either braid it or you can just make rolls, both will come out tasting heavenly! The recipe, by the way, is originally by Carine Goren who is a sweet cook from Israel. Here’s the link if you know Hebrew 🙂 http://www.carine.co.il/htmls/page_202.aspx?c0=13148&bsp=13097

Sweet Challah Bread Slice

 
Ingredients
  • 500 grams All purpose flour
  • 2 tbsp Dry yeast
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 1 Egg
  • ¾ – 1 cup lukewarm water
  • ¼ cup Vegetable Oil
  • ½ tbsp Salt
  • 1 Beaten egg for brushing
  • Sesame Seeds
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in a mixer bowl; use only ¾ cup water to start with. Mix on medium speed until fully combined. If you see that the dough is dry, gradually start adding the extra ¼ cup water you have until you get soft and smooth dough that slightly sticks to the bottom.
  2. Spread a bit of oil over the dough ball inside the bowl, cover with towel and let stand until dough rises and doubles its size (about 40-45 minutes).
  3. Preheat oven to 180C/ 350F and prepare a baking pan covered with parchment paper.
  4. Once the dough doubled its size, divide into 3 balls and roll each ball into a “sausage” to braid. You can also make rolls and take a tennis size ball from the dough for each roll and form a small ball.
  5. Place on baking sheet and let stand for additional 30-40 minutes.
  6. Brush with beaten egg and sprinkle with sesame seeds; Place inside the preheated oven for about 35 minutes or until golden brown and brown on the bottom.

Sweet Challah Bread

Sweet childhood memories for me are the taste of soft, fresh, sweet challah bread with fresh real cottage cheese. I can swear, it’s like heaven in your mouth. Ever since we moved to Canada I’ve been trying to find that challah bread that has the sweetness I loved so much. It’s like a sweet roll […]

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Mini Focaccia Bread Rolls

Baked Goodies | Home Made Cooking

I know everyone would agree with me that one of the best things is freshly made bread. What’s not to love? It’s fresh, it’s warm, it’s tasty and it’s bread 🙂

My husband was sick this weekend so what I usually do when someone’s sick is make soup, but this time I decided to add fresh bread to it, and not just any bread, focaccia bread. The traditional Focaccia bread is semi flat bread with seasoning on top, what I made goes better with soup and just with some butter in it; I made Focaccia Bread Mini Rolls. The recipe has 6 ingredients, the dough needs about 30 minutes to rest and rise and then 20 minutes in the oven, now that’s what I call fast food.

Mini Focaccia Bread Rolls
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Recipe type: Bread
Serves: 7 Mini Rolls
 
Wonderful rolls that go well with soup or just with butter or jam. Perfect for brunch, lunch and a picnic.
Ingredients
  • 2 Cups All Purpose Flour
  • 1¼ Cups Warm Water
  • ½ tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp White Sugar
  • ½ tbsp Dry Yeast
  • 2 tbsp Olive Oil
Instructions
  1. Mix the ingredients and knead the dough until ingredients are well combined.
  2. Place in a bowl and cover. Place in a warm place (like next to the oven if you’re cooking) and let rest and rise for 30-40 minutes.
  3. Preheat oven to 400F (200C)
  4. Divide dough into 7 mini balls and place on a baking paper layered pan and press gently with your thumb.
  5. Sprinkle with olive oil, salt and Zaatar.
  6. Place in preheated oven for 20 minutes until golden brown on top.

 

I know everyone would agree with me that one of the best things is freshly made bread. What’s not to love? It’s fresh, it’s warm, it’s tasty and it’s bread 🙂 My husband was sick this weekend so what I usually do when someone’s sick is make soup, but this time I decided to add […]

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Garlic Butter Swirls- The Salty Version of Cinnamon Rolls

Baked Goodies

We all know what Cinnamon Rolls are right? Well, the problem with Cinnamon Rolls is that you can’t serve them for lunch or dinner. The solution? Create something similar, but with garlic. I’m kidding of course, who would ever think about garlic when you have cinnamon rolls in mind? Nevertheless, I made these wonderful Garlic Butter rolls, or as we at home call them “roses” and they were an instant hit at our house. Served with tuna salad on the side and there you have it – a meal.

Garlic Butter Roses

 

Garlic Butter Roses - The Salty Version of Cinnamon Rolls
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Recipe type: Appetizer, Pastry
Cuisine: Dairy
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 12 Roses
 
A wonderful twist on cinnamon rolls. Who said it had to be sweet. Butter, garlic and cheese in a cheese based dough. Yum.
Ingredients
For the Dough:
  • 5 tbsp Soft Goat Cheese
  • ½ – ¾ cup Cream (I used whipping cream)
  • 200gr (6 tbsp) Plain Yogurt
  • 2½ cups All Purpose Flour
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder
  • ¼ tsp Baking Soda
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 2 tbsp Dry Basil
For the filling:
  • 100gr Butter (melted)
  • 2 Scallions (Green Onion) - Chopped
  • 2 Garlic Cloves - Minced
  • 1 cup Cheese - Grated
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400F (200C)
  2. Prepare greased muffin pan
  3. Mix all dough ingredients together in a mixer bowl and set aside.
  4. Prepare the filling by melting the butter over medium heat, adding the copped scallions and minced garlic cloves. Mix until combined, remove from heat and set aside.
  5. Take the dough out of the mixer bowl and place on a floured surface.
  6. Flatten the dough into a rectangle about ½cm thick.
  7. Brush the melted butter mix on top of the flattened dough. Set about 2 tbsp of the butter mix aside, as you will need it later to brush the rolls.
  8. Sprinkle the cheese on top of the filling and roll the dough on its long side.
  9. Once rolled, cut off the edges (about 2 inches from each end) and discard (they will not have any filling in them)
  10. Cut the dough in half and then cut each half in half and then each quarter into 3 pieces. This way you end up having 12 pieces.
  11. Brush each muffin cup with some of the butter mix and place each piece (rose) facing up, in a muffin cup (you will still have some butter mix left and that's good).
  12. Place in preheated oven for 20 minutes until cheese is bubbly and roses are golden brown.
  13. Once you take it out of the oven, brush with the butter mix you have left for additional flavor.
Notes
**Instead of using the goat cheese+ cream you can substitute these for 1 cup of soft cheese (light cream cheese or cottage cheese)

 

Garlic Butter Roses

 

Roses facing up in muffin pan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Garlic Butter Roses

We all know what Cinnamon Rolls are right? Well, the problem with Cinnamon Rolls is that you can’t serve them for lunch or dinner. The solution? Create something similar, but with garlic. I’m kidding of course, who would ever think about garlic when you have cinnamon rolls in mind? Nevertheless, I made these wonderful Garlic […]

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