We are in a childhood memories mood, so we decided to go for some rolls with rosehip marmalade filling.
We need ingredients for the dough, ingredients for the filling, an oven and our granny’s rolling pin.
The dough: 325 g flour, 100 ml yogurt, 100 g powdered sugar, 50 ml sunflower oil, 1 table spoon baking soda, 5 ml lemon juice and 2 eggs.
We put everything in a bowl and stir till it is well mixed.
Then comes the manual job when we aim at concise but stretchable consistence. Like this.
Top of the tips: flour should be everywhere and not in scarce quantities.
The rolling pin comes at hand so that we produce a 5 mm thick full moon.
Cut small pizza slices.
Time to fill in the gaps – rosehip marmalade at your own judgement and depending on how sweet is you tooth. Ground walnuts. The peel of a lemon. Each pizza slice is covered with a layer of marmalade, then walnuts and a pinch of lemon peels.
The rolls are made by rolling, of course, and arranged in a pan with parchment paper.
Heat the oven up to 180 degrees and before you put the rolls inside, spread some yolk on top of them.
10-15 minutes in the oven and the golden brown colour will tell you they are ready.
Powdered sugar on top as a final touch and we’re done. Well done!
Phood Tales’ kitchen.