Saturday, 25 July 2015

Pizza Buns

Sometimes you just need something good for lunch, or for the picnic or just a snack that is more than just a sandwich. A great candidate for that mission is the pizza bun. It is simple to bake them and they are both delicious and fills the stomach good. Today I paired these lovely buns with a bowl of fresh water melon, pear and milk - a very tasty combination!
These buns are fast to bake and you don't even have to let them raise anytime before sending them into the oven. Perfect for those of you who think you may not have the time to bake.
I baked these with dryed yeast and therefore I used 40 degrees Celcius water in my recipe. If you use fresh yeast you should use maximum 37 degrees Celcius water.

Pizza Buns (~24 pieces)
50 grams of dryed yeast
2 1/2 deciliter 40 degrees Celcius water
1 teaspoon salt
3 tablespoons oil
420 grams of flour

Filling (here you can choose your favourite ingredients)
400 grams of crusched tomatoes
1 decilter chili sauce
1 tablespoon dryed oregano
400 grams of sliced ham
400 grams canned muschrooms
400 grams grated cheese

1. Put the oven to 250 Celcius.
2. Mix water, oil and salt into a bowl.
3. Mix the flour with the yeast and add the flour little by little to the water mixture.
4. Knead the dough for five minutes until it is smooth and easy to work with. If it is sticky, add flour carefully, you do not want the dough to get too much flour.
5. Roll out the dough to a rectangle, approximately 40 cm wide and 30 cm high.
6. Mix the crushed tomatoes with the chili sauce and spread all over the dough rectangle.
7. Add ham, muschrooms, oregano and cheese on top of the tomato mixture.
8. Finally, start rolling from the 40 cm side to the other 40 cm side until you get a nice big roll.
9. Slice the roll into 2 cm thick pieces and put them with the sliced side up into paper cups.
10. Bake in the middle of the oven for about 8-10 minutes.

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