Originally Posted by Akrnaf2
Originally Posted by napdognewfie
I would love your recipes! I have a grape arbor but have not made yeast from them. Wine, juice and jelly yes. I use a recipe for sourdough that starts with store bought yeast packages. It will live for years but I manage to forget and it dies.
For the red rolls
1. 1-2 beets boiled( I Cooke them in the micro wave)
2. 1 kilo White flour or white spelled flour.
3. 30-40 grams of dry yeast
4. 25 grams of salt
5. 300-350 grams of water( I weight the water on scales!)
6. 50 grams of olive oil.
You crush the beet with some water to a smooth paste.
In a bowel you put the flour add the yeas and mix, add the salt and mix,
Add the oil and mix, add the beet and mix, then add slowly the water until you have reach a nice,elastic, dough. Don't be afraid to add some more flour if it us to sticky or some water if it to dry!
Knead the dough for about 10 minutes and let the dough to rise covered with a plastic bag or plastic wrap, until doubled it's volume. Then arrange two baking trays covered with baking paper and let the rolls you have created. I cut pieces of 50-100 grams and made from them a simple knot. Apply on them beaten egg, and sprinkle some sesame seeds. I forgot to mention during this time you should turn on the oven to 200 degrees C on a fan mode and put in the ovens bottom a bowl water.
Then put in the oven the rolls and bake to perfection!
The green ones are the same just replies the beet with 200-300 gram spinach.