WHB #86 : Rosemary Rolls

Perhaps you noticed at the moment my favorite herb is rosemary. Rosemary was prized by the Greeks for being good for the brain, and is also known as the herb sacred to friendship.

As I have a new powerful food processor from Bosch, I love to make bread even more than before (yes, this is possible!). It’s much more easier to knead the dough. So I decided to bake rosemary rolls for Weekend Herb Blogging, this week hosted by Ulrike from Küchenlatein.


For the rolls I used the rest of Halbweissmehl (half white flour), which I brought along from my last trip to Switzerland. The other half of the flour I used before for this bread.

Rosemary Rolls
makes 12 a 75 g

WHB #86 : Rosemary Rolls

500 g „half white“ flour (correspond to wheat flour type 650-900)
10 g salt
15 g fresh yeast
1 ts malt extract or sugar
100 g Quark
1 tb olive oil
240 g water

4 sprigs of rosemary (30-40 cm long)

Dissolve yeast in some water. Put rest of the water in the mixer bowl, add flour, salt, malt extract and dissolved yeast. Mix on speed 2 (Bosch MUM 8) for 5 minutes. Dough should be smooth and elastic. Put the dough in an bowl, cover with plastic wrap and leave it to rise for 1 hour.

Cut dough into 12 equal pieces. Form into rough ovals, flatten and wrap 3 pieces around one sprig of rosemary. Pinch well the seals. Cover with plastic wrap and leave to rise 20-30 minutes again.

Preheat oven to 230 C. Mist inside with a spray, bake rolls for 20 minutes.

During baking the smell of rosemary is just filling your kitchen! Yummmie!

The result: tasty chewy rolls!

WHB #86 : Rosemary Rolls

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9 Gedanken zu „WHB #86 : Rosemary Rolls

  1. Great photo of the rolls with the sprigs of rosemary. I love rosemary in bread. One of my favorite SLC restaurants serves rosemary flatbread with a bowl of roasted peppers and warmed goat cheese on the side. It’s just heavenly. BTW, the new food processor looks wonderful! Lucky you.

  2. What a great idea to wrap the dough around the rosemary sprigs! I will have to try that next time now that I have a rosemary bush in my garden.

  3. …und trotzdem große Klasse! Es sieht sehr pfiffig aus, und schmeckt sicher auch ganz toll! Ich glaub, meinen Rosmarinzweigen hätten auch nichts dagegen sich für so´ne tolle Sache zu opfern!

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