Saturday, March 7, 2015
Hearty Gluten Free Flax Rolls
These are a hearty Gluten Free roll that are perfect for dipping into Soups and Sauces. They are simple to make. They are best served warm. I reheat mine in the toaster oven for a few minutes.
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Hearty Gluten Free Flax Rolls:
Using 1 Package of Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Pizza Crust Whole Grain Mix
Using the Large bowl of a Stand Mixer with the paddle add:
1-1/2 Cups warm water (110*)
Add the packet of Yeast that comes with the Mix
1 tsp. Sugar
Mix with a fork and let proof for 5 Minutes
2 Eggs, room temperature
2 TBL Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Mix briefly on low speed
Add the Entire Package of the Pizza Mix
¼ Cup Bob's Red Mill Ground Flaxseed Meal
Mix on low briefly
Then Medium Speed for 1 Minute
Scrape the Bowl (The dough will be sticky)
Leave the dough in the bowl
Drizzle on a little bit of Extra Virgin Olive Oil and rub over the dough
Cover with a plastic wrap
Rise in a warm place for 1 Hour
Lay a piece of parchment paper on the counter and sprinkle with some Gluten Free Flour, I used White Rice Flour.
Using a ¼ cup Ice Cream scoop (spray with cooking spray) Measure out the dough and place on the parchment paper.
Roll the dough around the flour, take the dough and roll into a ball with your hands. You only need a little flour.
Place the Dough balls onto cookie sheets that have been lined with Silpat Liners
Dip a Scissors into the GF Flour and make a slit in each roll, this is optional I liked how it looked.
Cover with Plastic Wrap that has been sprayed with Cooking spray and rise 20 Minutes.
Bake in a preheated 400* Oven
For 20-22 Minutes or until Golden Brown, Use a digital thermometer, insert it into the center of the roll when it reaches an internal temperature of 205* your rolls are done. Cool on a wire rack.
These rolls are best served warm. I reheat them in the Toaster Oven for a few minutes.
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