Friday, April 24, 2009

Pizza Scroll recipe...

Ingredients:
3 cups self raising flour
45g butter (chilled & chopped)
1 cup milk
3/4 cup tomato paste (or pasta sauce)
1+ cups grated cheese
4/5 rashers of bacon (or chopped ham)
Preheat oven to 200C, line a large baking tray with baking paper.
Sift flour, rub in butter with fingertips, make a well in the centre. Pour in milk, stir with knife until almost combined. Using hands bring dough together into a ball and roll out onto a floured surface.
Roll dough out so that is is about .50-1cm thick.
Spread tomato paste, bacon and cheese then carefully roll it all up so you have a long sausage shape. Cut along the roll (about 1cm apart). You should end up with about 15+ scrolls.
Lay on your baking tray (lay them fairly close together so they join up when cooking). Sprinkle with any remaining cheese and cook for 18-20 minutes.
My tip: add finely grated carrot and zuccini with your topping just to fool those pesky kids.
Eat and enjoy!
Have a great weekend, Kathryn. XX

18 comments:

Robin (rsislandcrafts) said...

Mmmmm...they look delicious!

rachelmp said...

I might give them a try on the weekend. They look great!

clare's craftroom said...

I've made ones similar to these , they're a hit with the kids aren't they ?

CurlyPops said...

Oh yum! I need to make that pronto. Printing it off straight away. Thanks!

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

Mmmm Yum!
I have made cheats ones with frozen pastry sheets.
And filled with vegimite and cheese and peto and parmeasean.
They were good too,But your Pastry would make them really good!

i cant sew said...

it is always good to have something quick and tasty at hand when visitors come too. thanks
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Antique Rose Designs said...

Hi Kathryn thanks for the receipe. We might give them a go on the weekend......yummmmmm!!!! Carol

Faye said...

THESE LOOK YUMMY!HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND.BLESSINGS, FAYE

TattingChic said...

YUM! These look fabulous!

A Stitch In Thyme said...

mmm yum. I'm a pizza addict but our new health plan is going to dictate different types of food. But this looks good.

Kate said...

Mmm we love these here too.

Jo said...

Yummo - looks delicious Kathryn. Do you know what's happened with Mel's Rose Place?? Her blog seems to have disappeared.. :(

Kerryanne English said...

I know now what we are having for Sunday lunch.... mmmmmm.
Thanks Kathryn.
Hugs ~ Kerryanne

Jan said...

Thanks so much for this recipe, Kathryn; these will go very nicely with the vege soup I made this afternoon; perfect for a wintry Ballarat day!
Cheers, Jan

Shabby Raggy Roses said...

Thanks for a brilliant recipe - these are sure to go down well with the kiddies! Love your new little girls! You've done great with the new faces!
Best wishes,
Jenelle

running thread said...

Oohhh thank you! When we finally move back to our home (where there is an oven that works) these are on my recipe list. Three weeks to go ! Yay!!!

marie said...

I must give these a try - they sound so yummy!

disa said...

I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.