Millet and Spelt Rolls Recipe

Ingredients

Directions

Easy healthy breakfast buns recipe for our Panasonic breadmakers. Mixture of millet, spelt and wholegrain spelt.

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Ingredients

50g millet
170ml water
100g wholemeal spelt flour
250g fine spelt flour
1.5 tsp salt
1.5 tsp dry yeast
1 tsp sugar
200ml water

Steps

1

Prepare the millet with water in a saucepan and let it cool slightly.

2

Take the bread baking pan out of the bread maker and insert the dough hook. Then add the prepared millet and the other ingredients in the order shown.

3

Place the baking pan back in the breadmaker and close the lid. Then select and start the programme for whole wheat dough (SD-YR2540 programme 21, SD-YR2550 programme 20, SD-R2530 programme 19, SD-B2510 programme 16).

4

At the end of the programme, take the dough out of the breadmaker and place it on a well-floured work surface.

5

Divide into about 8 equal pieces and roughly shape into rolls. Line the baking sheet with parchment paper, place the dough pieces on it and let them rise again covered for another 20 minutes.
(Optionally cut the dough pieces in a cross shape on top)

6

In the meantime, preheat the oven to 240 °C (convection). Place a fireproof bowl filled with water on the bottom of the oven, this will ensure a crispy crust. (Alternatively, use the Panasonic NN-CS89 steam oven. The combination of steam and convection ensures a great baking result. It also has a "steam shot" function that can be used at the beginning of a baking process.)

7

Dust the rolls again with a little flour. Place into the oven and bake for 5 minutes. Then reduce the temperature to 190 °C and bake for another 10-15 minutes. (Depending on the desired browning degree)

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Ingredients

50g millet
170ml water
100g wholemeal spelt flour
250g fine spelt flour
1.5 tsp salt
1.5 tsp dry yeast
1 tsp sugar
200ml water

Marina Jerkovic

Marina Jerkovic

Marina has been living and working as a freelance photographer in Berlin for over ten years. Besides her passion for documentary photography, in the past years she has also developed an appetite for food photography. Digging the earth & harvesting, cooking with friends, enjoying food and staying curious for new things all inspire the process from developing new recipes until the final picture.

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