Roulette Cinnamon Roll

I have once made this with yam paste fillings which I love very much, but not easy to please everyone though especially my son. Since I love to explore new things, so I think I should try this out with their favourite flavour....cinnamon and chocolate! Phew..... no jokes, my son is the first person came in to ask for the bread. He said the aroma has dragged him over and he had two slices in one shot! By the way, this is an easy hand knead recipe. So, enjoy and have fun!

Sponge :
1-1/2 cup warmed milk
1 tbsp sugar
3 tspn yeast
1 cup bread flour/high protein flour

- combine all ingredients and mix well, leave to proof for 1/2 hour.

Ingredients for dough :
2 cups bread flour
2 cups all purpose flour
1/3 cups sugar
1 tspn salt
4 tbsp butter, softened

* cinnamon mixture : 1 tbsp cinnamon powder + 1/3 cup brown sugar
* extra butter for spreading
* egg yolk for glazing
* 100gm white chocolate for ganaching.
* roasted almond flakes for ganaching. (optional)

Method :

- combine flour, sugar and salt in a large bowl.
- stir in the sponge and mix till it formed a soft dough.
- add in butter and starts kneading the dough untill smooth.
- then leave to rest for an hour.
- press out the air and knead for another 5 mins.
- roll the dough out flat in rectangle shape.



- spread on the butter and then top with cinnamon mixture.
- roll the dough like swiss roll about 1/3 of the dough.



- cut the base dough in stripes and then continue rolling the dough.
- join both end together and place dough to baking tray.
- and leave to proof for 45mins.

Finally, brush on egg glaze and bake at 190'c for 20-25 mins.

Now melt the chocolate and drizzle over the bread once it's cool. And serve!

Then I have to stop them from touching the breads cause these are for tomorrow breakfast. hehe...

Comments

  1. what a brilliant ideea to roll the dough in this way!wonderful,kristy!

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  2. Looks great! I must try this one. We don't have yam paste here, but I do love sweet potatoes. I think the cinnamon/chocolate must be wonderful!

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  3. oh wow - that is one massive cinnamon roll! lol. you can feed an army with that delicious roll!

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  4. I've never made cinnamon rolls. They look delicious!

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  5. gosh!! how on earth did u do that? *pengsan from hunger* LOL...

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  6. Simply the best! Love the way you shape the ring.

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  7. wow, you're really good at bread making wish I can make something like this for my family.. I love cinnamon but I can only make the simple rolls, I will give this a try..like you I like learning new things too :)

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  8. No wonder your boy can't wait to sample. Got inspired by your pics, will try another bread recipe tomorrow!

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  9. yumm, that looks mouthwatering, send some over :)

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  10. I have been craving for something like this, it looks wonderful!

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  11. You are such a clever baker. I have learnt a new trick. Hope I can use it one day

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  12. Oh my goodness, what an exquisite creation daaaaahling, I am totally drooling. You are a baking housewife queen!
    *kisses* HH

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  13. that's a beautiful cinnamon bread. You are truly very good in what you do. :)

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  14. There is nothing like the smell of cinnamon baking in the oven mmm... You are really going to get me to actually bake something other than cookies. My daughter loves cinnamon too. I do have next week off for spring break and all my family is out of town back home.

    What is high protein flour? Bread flour? high gluten? or is it just labeled high protein?

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  15. Good evening ladies,

    Glad that you like this yummy bread as well. Cinnamon is an easy going spice, almost everyone loves it! So, enjoy!

    Have a wonderful day.

    Regards,
    Kristy

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  16. this is one of the most beautiful bread i've ever seen! my son might wanna have a slice too!

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  17. Gorgeous and clever. Yam paste? Hard to find here. I love the method and do I ever adore the result!

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  18. That looks wonderful, Kristy! Love the way you've cut and folded it..so pretty. And your photos are making me very hungry!!!

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  19. WOW Kristy! The is the best roll I ever seen. Very beautiful.

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  20. Thanks Kristy, that flour link really helped. I think I can use bread flour and it should work fine.

    By the way here is a link for a recipe on how to make guava paste. http://www.recipecottage.com/fruits/guava-paste.html

    I have never tried to make it, just used store bought pre-made.

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  21. My new blog went up today and I am so excited. Stop by and check out my brand new and improved site daaaahling. I want to know what you think. I'm also doing a fab give away.
    *kisses* HH

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  22. Oh Kristy...is your bakery on the way? This looks way better than the ones from bakery here. You should come here and open one :D

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  23. That's an awesome method! It looks so much more difficult than it is, I love it. I'm totally stealing it. ;)

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  24. Hullo Kristy,i love the super fantastic idea to roll the dough......super .....the pics are so beautifull....

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  25. wow this is amazing I would have more than 2!

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  26. What a delicious rolls…can you send me one, please??

    Have a great week,

    Gera

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  27. Lululu : Thank you so much for your kind words! You made my day, sweetie!

    Claudia : Thank you very much!

    Barbara : OK, then come over to have tea with me! I'll give you an extra slice of the bread. haha...

    Anncoo : Thanks alot! I'm so pleased.

    Lyndsey : You're welcome! Actually, I still have another link for that. More details! I'll try to get it for you later. And also thanks for the guava recipe. Really appreciate it! Probably, we can both try it out. And see what we get! haha...

    HH ; Wow..congrats congrats! I'll hop in right away!

    MaryMoh : Are you sure or not? There're so many professional bakers over there lol!

    VanillaSSF : Thank you, dear!

    Rebecca : No problem! You can even have half a dozen!

    Gera : I'll send you the big whole piece! hehe...

    Glad that you guys love it as well! Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day.

    Best Regards,
    Kristy

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  28. You are so talented Kristy. This is such a beautiful bread! It's irresistible!

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  29. That must be one humongous roll with 5 cups of flour! Very neatly done, it's gorgeous!

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  30. Food porn alert!! I love treats like these...keep em coming.

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  31. Your white chocolate topper is a wonderful surprise. This looks absolutely delicious. I'm not surprised your son had two pieces.

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  32. Gorgeous shape, cinnamon roll is my favorite!

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  33. Oh this roulette cinnamon roll is exquisite! So beautiful and delicious!

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  34. Reeni : Thank you very much!

    Jeannie : Quite a large loaf but just enough for a day or two!

    TSuddenCook : haha... thanks!

    Mary : Yeah, he did and he ended up having about 4-5 slices that day!

    5StarF : I love it too!

    FL&Best : Thanks alot!

    Glad you guys love it too and hope you all have a wonderful day.

    Regards,
    Kristy

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  35. This is so creative! I love it! t looks like a lantern.

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  36. That looks absolutely gorgeous! I can smell it now!

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  37. Belinda & Stacy,

    Thanks alot to both! Glad that you like it too.

    Regards,
    Kristy

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  38. WOW, I am loving this technique of making the bread look so pretty like this. I am going to copy it soon. Very talented!

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  39. I love the flavor and the creative way you make it! Chocolate make it more brilliant!

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  40. Yum! Looks good. The pics are great. They really tell the story. My daughter and I have decided to make this. She wants to try it with dark chocolate and certainly with almonds! I'll let you know how it goes!
    Pam

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  41. It may be an easy-knead, but I dont think its an easy roll!

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