Our family love cheese and bacon rolls. I enjoy the bacon and cheese on top and my daughter prefers it mixed into the dough. Having this thermomix bacon and cheese roll recipe means the family gets to enjoy bacon and cheese rolls whenever we please.
I am sure that the kids will love having a go at this recipe. Especially the shaping and dressing the rolls with bacon & cheese. I am also sure they will be eyeing off "their rolls" as well after they have dressed theirs. :)
This recipe was popular in a Cook Along back in 2014 and was paired with Parsnip Soup which has since been popular with the Cook Alongs & the 5 For The Freezer Cook Alongs. I would suggest any soup from my website to be a hit with these rolls.
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- 550g bakers flour
- 1 teaspoon yeast
- 160g bacon, diced, divided
- 200g cheese, grated, divided
- 370g lukewarm water
- 1 teaspoon salt
- Place all ingredients in order (leaving aside half bacon and half cheese) into TM bowl and mix 5 sec / speed 6 then knead for 2.5 mins.
- Transfer dough onto ThermoMat or a lightly floured bench top and work into a ball. NB: the dough can be very sticky depending on the humidity in the air. To make the dough more manageable to work with (if overly sticky) add a little more flour while you are forming it into a ball. Wrap the dough in the ThermoMat and allow it to prove in a warm place for 30 mins.
- Place baking paper onto a baking tray and form rolls to the size of your choice. Sprinkle rolls with set aside bacon and cheese. Place tray into a cold oven (this gives the dough a second rise) and turn oven on at 200°.
- Bake rolls for 22 mins.
TIP: Mix half a teaspoon of garlic or onion powder in with the cheese before sprinkling on top.
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I’m wondering similar regarding the dense ness. My husband asked if they’re a bit doughy?
I find the following day they can be a bit doughy but I put them in the microwave for about 10 secs and that solves the problem. :)
Just wondering if they need to cook for the 22 mins from when you first put them in the cold oven? Or do you time it from when it comes up to temperature?
Hi Jen, it is 22 mins from when you first put them in the cold oven. Please bear in mind tho' that all ovens do vary slightly, so keep an eye on them from say 20 mins.
Awesome recipe. Thank you. Mine turned out to be super dense. Any ideas what I might have done to make them so dense? Thank you.
I've been wanting to make these for months but don't know what to substitute the bakers flour with as kids are gluten and dairy intolerant. Cheese I'll make a straight swap with dairy free coconut pizza shred but not sure what to substitute flour with as regular gluten free flour won't come close to bakers flour.
Any advise or suggestions from anyone in same boat?
we use 50/50 spelt gf flour works great!
Yummy!! Thank you. So easy to make and I certainly won't be buying them again.
Thanks for the compliment Penny! :D Glad you've enjoyed them.