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Thermomix TM 31
Created: 2012-07-03 19:16
Changed: 2012-07-03 19:24
Total time: 30m
Preparation time: 10m
Baking time: 20m
This recipe was provided to you by a Thermomix customer and is therefore not tested by Vorwerk Thermomix. Vorwerk Thermomix assumes no liability, particularly in terms of quantities and success. Please observe the application and safety instructions in our manual.
100 grams brown rice
40 grams buckwheat
20 grams chia seeds
40 grams arrowroot or tapioca starch
1.5 teaspoons fennel seeds
1 egg white
300 grams milk, milk substitute, or water
40 grams unsalted butter
1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
200 grams feta cheese (cut into 2cm cubes)
100 grams gouda cheese (cut into 2cm cubes)
Preheat oven to 200 degrees celsius. Choose your baking implement - silicon cupcake moulds, muffin trays, individual ramekins (see tips below)... This mix will make approximately 15 rolls. Grease your moulds/tin/ramekins.
Weigh rice, buckwheat, chia seeds, tapioca starch and fennel seeds into TM bowl. Mill for 1 min on speed 9. Set aside.
Place eggs, egg white, milk/water, butter and salt in TM bowl. Mix for 2 minutes, 37 degrees, speed 5.
Add flour mix and baking powder, mix for 1 minute on speed 5.
Add the cubed cheeses. Set dial to closed lid position (), and pulse on turbo 3-4 times.
Divide the mixture up between moulds and bake in the preheated oven for 20 minutes until the tops are golden brown.
This recipe was modifed from the Milk Rolls with Cheese recipe in Travelling with Thermomix - page 64.
There are several ways that you can bake these. You can bake them in muffin trays or in individual silicon cupcake moulds, or you can bake them in little individual ramekins. I actually find the end result better with individual ramekins. With the ramekins, they rise taller and end up being scone-like in shape. And you can break it open like a scone too! Of course, they're just as tasty in either mould, so bake them in whatever you have in your kitchen. Picture above is rolls made in silicon cupcake moulds.
They will sink on cooling, don't despair. The centres are squishy and satisfying!