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Saturday, September 18, 2010

Bella the Pastry Chef

Bella the Westie wears many hats.
For Wyatt's Riot, Bella put on her chef hat and made me these yummy breakfast rolls. (how she pulled it off, with that little pink stove is AMAZING!)
Here is what they look like. When we made them, (no bread machine at our house), they did not look as pretty....BUT,  they did taste divine. Not overly sweet, just a perfect little treat to go with coffee or tea.

Bella's Escargots
Pastry
2 eggs, completed with enough milk up to 300ml (1 1/4 cups)
1 tsp. salt
75 grams sugar (1/3 cup)
75 grams margarine (1/3 cup)
450 grams flour (4 cups)
2 tsp. yeast

Filling
250 ml milk (1 cup)
2 egg yolks
75 grams sugar (1/3 cup)
20 grams cornflour (2 Tablespoons cornstarch)
1 tsp Vanilla
120 grams sultanas (1/2 cup of golden Raisins) soaked in water/drained 

Preparation

Put all ingredients for the pastry in a bread machine and choose the dough program.
To prepare the filling, heat the milk and vanilla until it boils, (temporarily remove from heat) then cover the saucepan.
Then, beat the sugar into the egg yolks in a large bowl and add the cornflour:
pour the milk into the bowl while mixing with a whisk. Put this mixture in the saucepan, heat it up while whisking until it thickens.

When the dough is ready, shape it into a rectangle with a rolling pin, spread the filling and add the sultanas.

Preheat your oven to 175c (400f)
Roll the dough, cut into pieces about 3 cm wide, put them on a tray covered with parchment paper. Mix an egg and brush it on the Escargots.

Bake 20 minutes

Without a bread machine, we dissolved the yeast in 110 degree F milk. Mixed it with the remainder of the pastry ingredients and kneaded it for 20 minutes. Then put it in a covered bowl to let raise until double the size about
1 1/2 hours. Remove from bowl, knead air out and let rest for 10 minutes.

The filling and the baking part is the same.

Thanks Bella!
I'll follow your paw steps anywhere if you are serving these!
Wyatt


21 comments:

  1. now that we got rid of our bread machine we come across all these great bread machine recipes!

    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com/

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  2. Holy cow, that little pup can cook! These look amazing. My mom person says she is drooling a little & she usually only does that when a cute man comes on the television, BOL!

    We are copying this recipe for our bread machine!

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

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  3. Wow, those look delicious!!! How much do you charge for a dozen? :)

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  4. Oh Bella you sure do look like a pro in the kitchen!!
    Benny & Lily

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  5. We can smell thos breakfast rolls already! yummmmmmm
    Bella always dresses so beautifully!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

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  6. Oh, they sure look good to me. We love our bread machine and use it for a lot of stuff.

    wags
    Jazzi

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  7. We really think our Mom needs a bread machine - we think she would love these treats with a good hot cup of tea. Yummers.

    Thanks to Bella and Wyatt.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  8. Hi, Wyatt!
    Bella looks adorable in that picture!
    And those rolls look delicious!
    Happy Saturday
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  9. Oh... Yummy... I LOVE to make bread(s) mostly Sourdough.. I just got a new jar of Starter going on Wednesday. I have a recipe soooo close to this one.. And I'm here to tell you folks... you have gotta make this one!!! BUTT .... NEVER when you have company...
    Beclaws
    Those
    Folks
    Will
    EAT
    them
    ALL !!! You will LOVE LOVE these!!!

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  10. Hi Wyatt,
    We are staying away form wheat so that is a no no in our house.
    The pearled barley is one cup barley to 3 cups water and a cooking time of 40 minutes. Try it that way a see how Stanzie likes it.
    When I gave you the recipe I was using rolled and didn't know there was another kind. Bambi doesn't mind which kind I cook, she seens to like them both the same.
    Bambi's coat is softer her skin is better and her lypoma's have inproved. There is one thing that is not good about her diet. That is teeth!!! They will have to be cleaned if the dog is not chewing any bones. Bambi does every couple of weeks which is doing the job for now.
    Thanks for everything!!
    XXOO, Bambi & Fern

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  11. When woo work on Jack's order, we'll take a dozen or two please!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  12. WOWWOWWOW!!! Those look and sound absolutely scrumptious! And what also is wonderful is your header photo with all those gorgeous, fresh veggies - oh - and, of course, YOU! We salute you for sharing other bloggers' recipes - they are wonderful!
    Hugs xoxoxo
    Sammie and Avalon and Mom

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  13. They look super pretty and very yummy!

    Your pal, Pip

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  14. Woof! Woof! WOWie LOVE that ... Mom will try to make it. LOVE your Blog header. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  15. That is one smart dog! Genuis, if I do say so myself! We are your newest follower from the blog hop. Come visit us at:

    24pawsoflove.blogspot.com

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  16. That looks a handy little dog to have around the place as they look very yummy.

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  17. I have to smile very time I see photos of Bella shes a cutie.
    Oh moms got a bread machine, thats another thing that needs dusting off!!, maybe I can get her to make them, but I've been told by the vet I need to lose some weight!! so its carrots for me!
    See Yea George xxx

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  18. yum yum yum yum yum

    Kissslobbers
    El'bow & Hauwii

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  19. Glad you liked it Wyatt !
    Love from Bella.

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