Saturday, October 20, 2012

Sausage Roll

Recipe Idea: My singapore Kitchen
I got the idea of making sausage roll from Suhaina's Blog. But the recipe is entirely different. Thanks a lot Suhaina.
Maida/Plain Flour: 2 cups
Egg: 1
Milk: 1 ¼ cups (or as required)
Butter: 3tbsp
Refined Oil: 2tbsp + while kneading if needed
Salt: needed
Sugar: 1 ½tbsp
Yeast: ¾ tsp
Warm water: ¼ cup
Egg: for egg wash
White sesame seeds: few
Sausages: 5 (at room temperature)

Method Of Preparation
In a bowl add yeast and ½ tbsp sugar. Add warm water to it.
Wait for 8-10 minutes till it gets fermented.
Warm the milk and add the butter and refined oil to it.
In another bowl take plain flour, salt and sugar.
Then add egg, yeast and warm milk to it.
Knead to form somewhat sticky dough.
Apply oil on hand and knead for 5-8 minutes to get it soft.
Place in a greased bowl and keep it well covered for about 45minutes-1hour or till it doubles the size.
Take the dough and divide to 5 equal portions. Roll each ball to long elongated tubes.
Roll this on the sausages and keep it on the greased or baking tray lined with butter paper.
Brush the egg wash on it and sprinkle sesame seeds.

Cover the baking tray well and again wait for 20-30 minutes till it gets again double the size.
Preheat the oven and bake it at 1600C to about 55-60 minutes or till you get it done.
Cool on a wire rack and keep in an air tight bowl lined with clean towel or kitchen tissues while the bread is warm itself. This will help the bread to be soft.
Tips for making soft bread
Make sure the yeast is dated.
Water should be blood hot (not too warm) (this will avoid the yeasty smell of the dough)
While kneading use warm milk in which butter and oil is added, this increase the softness.
The dough should be sticky, hard dough will make the bread hard.
Don’t keep the dough for more hours. (This will avoid the yeasty smell of the dough)


Akila said...

Perfectly done... Just like from Bakery...

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Unknown said...

Looks perfect dear well done

radha said...

I have seen something like this at the local bakery. I have turned vegetarian, but could make it for the kids. They would love it.

Asiya Omar said...

yum yum..Thanks for sharing..faseela.

farah saleem said...

wow! looks so soft! def making this

Prema said...

wow delicious roll,made perfectly...

Unknown said...

Love this....

jasna varcakovic said...

Looking good...

Unknown said...

very useful tips dear..

Beena said...

Looks yummy

Jehanne said...

this looks good, Faseela. Very neatly done.

Priya Suresh said...

Wow,mindblowing rolls..Prefectly done.

Kitchen Simmer said...

My children would love these!!

Sriya said...

very yummy ...lovely clicks ...please collect your award at my blog

Gloria Baker said...

These look awesome Faseela what nice dough!

Rafeeda AR said...

salaam faseela... thank u for your lovely comments on my page... i am no cook, but thought of just sharing what i know... i'm looking at quite an exhaustive list in urs and would love to try, InshaAllah... :) keep up the good work...

Julie said...

Adipoli sausage rolls,loved the golden crust..yummy:)
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Suhaina said...

that looks perfectly baked Faseela.. Hope everyone enjoyed it. My son simply loves it any time of the day.