- 350 g pumpkin, Peeled and diced
- 800 g water
- 280 g Water, lukewarm
- 2 tsp dried yeast
- 750 g unbleached white spelt flour
- 2 tsp salt
- 1 tsp sugar
- 300 g cheese, Cubed
- 120 g ham, Torn into pieces
- pizza sauce, I use Quirky Cooking's ketchup recipe for this but any pizza sauce will be great
Place pumpkin in the rice basket, put it into position in the bowl and add the 800g water. Steam for 15 minutes, Varoma temp, speed 2. When it finishes, remove the basket, discard water and set pumpkin aside to cool before continuing.
When the pumpkin is cool, mash it with a fork.
Into the clean, dry Thermomix bowl, place all remaining dough ingredients in the order they are listed and finally add the mashed pumpkin.
Set to and for 4 minutes.
Empty contents of the bowl onto your Thermomat and wrap. Set aside in a warm place and leave to double in size. While this is happening, make your filling.
Place cheese into your Thermomix bowl and process for 4 seconds on speed 8. Remove 50g of the cheese and set aside.
To the cheese in the Thermomix bowl, add the ham and process for 2 seconds on speed 7.
When your dough has doubled in size, unwrap it and punch it down.
Flour either another Thermomat or your kitchen bench - it is important to do this or you will have trouble rolling your scrolls. Transfer the dough to the floured surface and sprinkle the top of the dough with flour.
Roll out the dough to a rough rectangular shape to entirely cover the Thermomat.
Onto the dough, evenly spread pizza sauce, leaving about 1cm along the top long end - this will be the end of your scrolls. On top of this, evenly spread the ham and cheese mixture.
Roll each strip starting from the end closest to you and transfer onto two lined trays as you roll each one.
When all scrolls are on the tray, distribute the reserved cheese onto the tops of them.
Place trays into a cold oven. Close the oven and set the temp to 190C. Cook for 20 minutes, or until golden.
Making the dough
Making the filling
Putting it all together
These are perfect for keeping in the freezer ready to put into school lunch boxes and best of all, they'll have absolutely no idea they contain pumpkin!
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