Irish Oaten Rolls

 
FEB 23 @ 18:57

by michael_toa

I really enjoy when I have a little extra time in the morning to potter about in the kitchen and cook breakfast. I like banana and blueberry pancakes with warm maple syrup, omelettes with chives and smoked salmon, eggs Benedict with ham and English muffins, croque madame or full-English, but they require way too much effort for a Tuesday morning, plus I don't have most of the ingredients anyway. If only I have at-home-room-service... *sigh... if only.

Instead, I baked Nigella's Irish oaten rolls. They're like mini soda breads, but no kneading involve whatsoever. It takes about 5 minutes to mix all the ingredients and shape them into rolls and 15 minutes in the oven.

Freshly baked rolls, soft butter, apricot jam and a big cup of coffee. Heaven.

For more pictures and recipe, please visit:
www.michaeltoa.blogspot.com

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FEB 23 @ 19:14

by loutini

they look delish....

 
FEB 24 @ 00:13

by mr spice

Mmmm...good tip Michael...

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