Two reasons for me to bake these-one being pull-apart bread success for every trial of mine.Be it the Garlic rolls or the Mint ones or the Pesto rolls,even the Cinnamon rolls,all have give me immense satisfaction in baking as well as polishing them off.Two being the recipe creator-Saee has been baking breads for a while now and posting wonderful videos of them and I felt the recipe can never go wrong.
Fresh out of the oven,these tasted heavenly.Soft pillowy bread sandwiched in Nutella,these make for a delicious tea time treat.Next day,I microwaved the rolls for 10 seconds before serving and they tasted as fresh.Planning to try another batch with Orange Marmalade.
So what is your favorite filling?
Nutella Pull-apart Rolls
Maida/All purpose flour - 200 gms
Instant Yeast - 2 tsp,I used Mauripan
Sugar - 1 tbsp
Salt - 1 tsp
Lukewarm milk - 1/2 cup
Butter - 2 tsp + extra for brushing
Nutella - 3 tbsp
I made the dough in my food processor
Into the bowl of your food processor,add maida,yeast,sugar and salt.Pulse for 5 seconds.
Add milk through the feed tube and process till the dough almost comes together.Mix in the butter and process till the dough forms a ball and leaves the sides of the processor bowl.
Grease a bowl with some oil and place the dough in it and cover to let it rise,for about 45 minutes or until the dough doubles.
Punch the dough and knead again.Roll out into a floured surface to about a rough square of 12',about 1/4' thick.
Spread the Nutella and then roll the dough into a spiral log.
Cut the dough into 2' pieces and place cut side up in a round 9' pan with some space in between for the rolls to rise.
Leave to double again,this time for about 35-40 minutes.
Bake for about 20 minutes at 200C.The top should be light golden brown.Remove and brush with melted butter immediately.
Cool completely before serving.