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Coffee Scrolls


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Ingredients

24 portion(s)

Dough

  • 430 grams Milk
  • 100 grams Butter
  • 100 grams raw sugar
  • 3 teaspoons dried yeast
  • 600 grams bakers flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon salt

Filling

  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon, approx as is sprinkled
  • 100 grams Butter
  • 100 grams raw sugar

OPTIONAL

  • 1 handful sultanas
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Recipe's preparation

    Dough
  1. Place Milk, Butter and Sugar in Mixing Bowl.  Heat 5 minutes/90 degrees/Speed 2.

     

    Allow to cool to 37 degrees before adding yeast and mixing 20 seconds/Speed 4.

     

    Add remaining dough ingredients and mix 6 seconds/Speed 6 before kneading Dough mode/3 minutes.

     

     

    Remove dough from mixing bowl onto Thermomat, wrap and place in a warm position to rise for approximately 30 minutes.

  2. Assembly
  3. Preheat oven to 200 degrees and prepare 2 baking trays.

     

    Using hands, knead/press dough out to the length and width of the Thermomat.  Cut straight down the middle before sprinkling generously with Cinnamon and the Sugar.  Melt butter and pour over one half of the dough.

     

    Both halves roll from the centre outwards.  Using the Spatula lift the dough from the mat and begin rolling tightly with your hands.  The filling may ooze out - don't worry too much this is what makes it so heavenly!

     

    Using your spatula cut the log into 2.5/3cm slices, placing them on the prepared tray as you go, leaving a little space between them as they will rise.

     

    Pour remaining butter on other half and repeat process.  

     

    If you're not afraid of butter you can brush them with a little more at this stage!

     

    Place trays in a warm position to rise for another 30 minutes before baking for 15-20 minutes.

     

     

  4. Gluten Free Version
  5. I have adapted this recipe to be Gluten Free using store bought GF Flour and adding 1 whisked egg!  Simply follow the steps as above.  The dough is a little more crumbly, so it's important to be gentle and patient when rolling.  The end result is worth it!

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Tip

Contrary to popuar belief Butter won't kill you... enjoy in moderation!

The dough can be easier to work with if chilled in the fridge, you will need to allow additional time for the second rise if you choose to do this though.

Dough will last in the fridge for approxmately 3 days.

You can form the scrolls and place in the fridge.  One morning I was in a hurry and didn't have time to waste waiting for the dough to warm to room temperature and rise.  I removed the baking paper and dough from the tin, placed it in the microwave on a plate and used the 'Bread Defrost' setting for 6 slices of bread.  The dough softened and rose in this time!


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  • Recipe makes lovely soft scrolls however there is...

    Submitted by Alison Copeland on 10. May 2019 - 12:02.

    Recipe makes lovely soft scrolls however there is no glaze or icing recipe which would have been helpful. I had to go elsewhere for these.

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  • Yum, so tasty

    Submitted by Waskelli4 on 14. May 2018 - 21:25.

    Yum, so tasty

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  • Also looking for the coffee...

    Submitted by E.mid on 7. August 2017 - 12:13.

    Also looking for the coffee...

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  • No coffee in coffee scrolls? Or are they just...

    Submitted by Cornelia1958 on 7. July 2017 - 09:46.

    Counter-clockwise operationNo coffee in coffee scrolls? Or are they just meant to be eaten with a cup of coffee? Or maybe coffee icing?

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  • Coffee scrolls where is the coffee

    Submitted by Trace 03 on 30. April 2017 - 15:02.

    Coffee scrolls.... where is the coffee??

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  • Really tasty!  I halved the

    Submitted by Hotlips on 15. June 2015 - 01:10.

    Really tasty!  I halved the recipe but kept the same about of butter & cinnamon plus added sultanas. May put icing on tomorrow but really good without it. 

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  • These look great, what is the

    Submitted by Michelleath2008 on 13. May 2015 - 18:58.

    These look great, what is the icing you have used on the tops?

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  • Great recipe they are so

    Submitted by Em31183 on 16. March 2015 - 04:01.

    Great recipe they are so tasty

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