Happy Sunday! I am making this a thing now. Today Castiel and I made rolls for our upstairs neighbours, they have two children, the youngest being Cas‘ age and the eldest just turned four. I don’t think our reason for making them rolls should be justified, but the mother is a super woman and the dad is a great dad. Our relationship was rocky in the beginning, but our children have brought us together. Which in our book is really great because Castiel gets to play with someone his age, here at home.
But after making them, my own recipe and not Trilles, Dines thought it would be fun to post on the blog. And I agree with him, mostly because they actually made themselves and I ran around chasing Castiel. They are that easy.
So for the recipe.
50 g active yeast.
500 ml luke warm water (36-40 C)
1 1/2 cup chia seeds
One cup sunflower seed
4 tbsps olive oil
One cup semolina
1 1/2 cup rye flour
Four cups (maybe less, maybe more) normal flour.
Crumble the yeast in a bowl and add the lukewarm water, stir around until the yeast has dissolved.
Add in the seeds and olive oil, stir that around as well.
Mix in the different flour, a little at a time, a good idea would be to stiff them together. It gives a better result.
Once they aren’t too wet and not too dry, take the dough and form into small balls and place them on baking trays that are lined with baking paper, once that is done. Let them rise for an hour.
In the meantime, do you baby doll.
Once you have ten minutes left. Go turn on the oven to 215 C and when the oven is ready, pop them in for 15 minutes.
Serve with what you want.