And sometimes a new recipe starts like this:
When filling the dried potato flour into a container I was left with a leftover that would not fit in. So what to do?
I opted for putting it in my dough bowl and started to build a recipe around it. As it was already late that evening, it was clear that I would do my favourite variant of rolls: Overnight rolls.
As I’m still testing coconut oil in baking, I used it here, too. But if you prefer butter, replacing the coconut oil with butter is possible, too!
After some really hot days weather has turned and its finally “real autumn”. And on this cold and rainy Sunday morning I am very glad that I can sit in front of my oven and see how the Pumpkin Seed rolls rise in the heat. And I feel a bit sorry for all people who have to run through the pouring rain in order to get fresh rolls for breakfast.
My Pumpkin Seed Rolls follow once again my favourite formula: a slow overnight dough which is just cut into squares the next morning. A part of whole grain flour is also some I like to add to these kind of rolls, as it adds a deepness to the flavour. In this case, the flavour is especially delicious. The nutty flavour of Einkorn and pumpkin seeds works well together to give these rolls its specific aroma.
When I look over my roll recipe I published during the last few years, I see a clear tendence: overnight doughs. And my Ein-Korn-Rolls are no exception from this rule.
They are spelt rolls with 30% whole grain einkorn flour and about 16% seeds. This mixture give a deep nutty flavour and some bite. If you like, you can even roast the seeds, but I didn’t as I want to prevent the seed flavour to overpower the einkorn flavour.
The rest of the recipe follows a well working schema: some egg yolk and butter for a tender crumb and some psyllium hulls to increase the water binding capacity. And that brings a delicious roll. So delicious, that my dearest praised them at breakfast enthusaticaly. And that happens with my – from good bread quality spoiled – spouse rather seldomly 😀