Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Savory Broiche Rolls

What got me into this.....making savory brioche! It's you... nope.... you there..... Penny @ Jeroxie. Yes, you! haha.... Still remember the review you wrote, on this Parisian Patisserie Broulangerie at North Essendon ? Oh boy, I just can't put my eyes off them..... those gorgeous mouthwatering pastries ~ Pane de Chocolat, I made Chocolate Filled Brioche instead. Beignets de creme, I made my first batch of Beignets & Beignets Pudding. And now here's my savory brioche. LOL! :o)

Ingredients for Brioche Dough :
3-3/4 cups bread flour
4 eggs, lightly beaten
3 tbsp sugar
1-1/2 tspn salt
1 cup milk
1 tbsp yeast
200gm butter

Method :
(1) combine all ingredients to form a sticky dough.
(2) set aside to proof for 40 mins, punch down the dough and wrap with plastic sheet.
(3) keep the sticky dough refrigerated for 3-4 hours or overnight.

Ingredients for Fillings :
200gm chicken sausage, chopped
1 large onion, diced
1 tspn crashed black pepper
salt & pepper to taste
1-1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
3/4 cup shredded mozarrela cheese
100gm spinach, roughly chopped

Method :
(1) preheat frying pan with about 3tbsp butter.
(2) stir in onion and chopped sausage, saute untill fragrant.
(3) add in salt & both pepper to taste, then off the heat & cool completely.
(4) place brioche dough onto a floured plastic sheet and roll flat.
(5) spread on the cooled sausage, follow by cheddar cheese.
(6) then cover with spinach and roll it up like a swiss roll.
(7) divide rolled dough into 8 portion, place it to 10x14" baking tray.
(8) top with shredded mozarrela cheese and leave to rest for about 15-20 mins.
(9) finally, bake at preheated oven 175'C for about 20 mins or untill brown.

That's the problem when you don't owned a large enough oven for your baked goods. Have to squeeze everything in one shot due to time concern. I think I should give them more space next time. Honestly, I don't think I have time for that because I was eyeing the other pastries ~ Almond Croissants & Apricot Brioche. Oh man, can't wait to put my hands on those yummilicious pastries! Hope you will like it too. Enjoy.


Mary said...

Kristy, these are fabulous. I'd love to taste one. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

divya said...

What an amazing click, looks beautiful and yum!

Sweet and Savory said...

Kristy, These are fantastic. You have to come back and link them on Wednesday to Let's Do Brunch, if you have a few minutes. They are soooo good. I wish my husband could eat them.

Ana Rita said...

I bet this is tasteful...i would love to eat one now!!!


Heavenly Housewife said...

Wow, this looks fabulous daaaaaahling. I hear brioche is very difficult to make, but this looks perfect.
*kisses* HH

Belinda @zomppa said...

I love these big savory buns - could probably clean that pan up for you easily.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Kristy I love brioche and I love spinach so this has to be extra good. Diane

Fimère said...

ces brioche roulés sont très appétissantes,j'aime beaucoup cette idée
bonne soirée

FOODESSA said...

Kristy, would I ever love to have you as my neighbour. At least for tonight's supper, I'd be set with adding only a small salad. Can you tell I'm feeling a little lazy to make supper ;o)

Ciao for now,

Zoe said...

What a hearty brioche filled with greens and lots of great ingredients! I'll bookmark this recipe and make this one day. Yum!

Pegasuslegend said...

my mouth is all ready for this one!

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Oh yum! Chicken sausage and spinach plus soft brioche, what's not to love? Fabulous idea, gonna try this next time, thanks Kristy!

Esther said...

Those look really good. While they were baking, your house must have smelled amazing. Did you hand knead the brioche dough? I heard that brioche dough is very sticky. Also, what do you do with all the leftover bread you have? give it away or freeze it, etc? Thanks for sharing this. :D

Claudia said...

I am spellbound. Do you give baking lessons?

Ah Tze said...

Wow, this looks great!

The Sweetylicious said...

it look so lovely and yummy! (:

penny aka jeroxie said...

haha! I am glad that I can entice you from down under! I wish I can have one of those brioche right now.. send some over please?

Andrea@WellnessNotes said...

Everything you make is fabulous, but savory baked dishes are my favorite! Can I have one? Please!

CaThY said...

This is so yummy looking~ ;)

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Jen (Tastes of Home) said...

love the texture of brioche! your savoury version looks so satisfying :)

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

i think I will like this savoury bun than those sweet type.

Jess @ Bakericious said...

looks delicious, broiche with sausage with spinach with cheese, yum!

Cheah said...

Lovely, Kristy, with so much filling, can double up as my dinner.

My Carolina Kitchen said...

Kristy, these are lovely and very gourmet. I could make a meal of them.

Keri said...

Ohhh I might just have to try this. I'm curious though, is the brioche sweet tasting when it's done? You did an awesome job on the prep and photos. So glad you prompted me to come here today because this is right up my alley. I love you suggestions on the Cubana sand. Dieing to ask you about the pickled beetroot. I'd love to know how you do that. I eat beets pretty regularly. And question, what is jungle tracking? ???? your pal, Keri

Emily Malloy said...

You are a genius!

Jeannie said...

These looks like something I would love to eat! So tempting me!

lena said...

kristy, i would love to have a piece of this right now!!!

Katerina said...

I love brioche bread but I always feel guilty when i eat them. These ones with the spinach look adorable. I wish I had one!

Angie's Recipes said...

Kristy, those savoury buns look so delicious and make me seriously hungry!

Magic of Spice said...

Heavenly...I am in love with these savory broiche, gorgeous!

Barbara Bakes said...

I usually choose sweet over savory, but these are something I could fall in love with.

Biren @ Roti n Rice said...

Savory brioche...very creative! Would be good for breakfast :)

Nammi said...

Hi kristy!, wow these look delicious, would make a great filling snack or even a meal.

Shirley said...

Am so hungry now. Your family is lucky to enjoy this.

Pam said...

What an excellent dish! It looks delicious and I love all the ingredients in the filling.

My Little Space said...

Mary : Thank you. Tea or coffee?

Divya : Thanks!

Chaya : Thanks alot for the invitation. I'm honoured to be there. :o)

Ana Rita : No problem, just wait me at the other side of your printer. lol! ha...

HH : It was but not anymore! The dough is actually quite easy to handle after refrigerated.

Belinda : ha... you bet!

Diane : Glad you like it too! Enjoy.

Fimere : Merci ! Glad you like it too.

Claudia : Errr... did you say supper? That is forbidden to me! I only have light meal for dinner and willing to skip supper as well.

Zoe : Hope you will like it!

Claudia : You're always welcome!

Bee : You're welcome. Hope you will like it too.

My Little Space said...

Esther : Yes, I hand knead....with a large wooden spoon or scrapper. The dough is very light & sticky. So, it's easily to be handle with any big spoon. You can wrap them individual with plastic wrapper and refrigerate them or freeze them. It's best to refrigerate them if you p;anning to have them the next day.

Claudia : haha...I have classes everyday over here!

Ah Tze : Thank you!

Swetylicious : Thanks!

Penny : Actually, you did but I'm glad you post that up. Pastry making is my dream.

Andrea : You're most welcome

CaThy : Thank you!

Blue wale : Hope you will like it too.

Jen : It was fun to try something new!

Sonia : So are my kids!

Jess : Thanks, dear!

Cheah : I have that for brunch, of coz!

Sam : What about some super hot gravy for topping? Yeah, I can imagine that on mine. Hmm....

Keri : The rolls are not very sweet and just nice to go along with all other ingredients. So sorry, I have yet tried making my own pickled beetroot but I have eaten them somewhere far. And can hardly forget the taste of it. I could say it's ecellence. Frankly, it's not easy to find red beetroot here (I mean around my living area). I have to travel far to get them. Jungle tracking is what we do to explore new champ site where there is no route to enter. It's quite a dangerous task where the bushes are higher than the vehicle, and without knowing what's infront of you. There is once a 4W drive accidentally drop into a big hole. the driver even broke his arm.

Emily : Thank you!

Jeannie : haha... I thought we supposed to start our diet after the new year!

Lena : of coz, you're always welcome.

Katerina : Did you just mention guilty? Err... I think eat first and be guilty later. ha...

Angie : So, is your printer working?

Alisha : Thank you so much!

Barbara : ha.. glad you like it too!

Biren : I should say for brunch!

Nammi : Yes, it is. Thanks!

Shirley : Both my kids love it!

Pam : Very filling too!

Thank you so much everyone for spending you time here with me. And glad you like the savory brioche too. How I wish to share some of them with you and have tea together. :o) Maybe it's possible!

Hope you're all having a terrific day. Enjoy.

Blessings, Kristy

Lyndsey said...

I would love to share some with you and have tea. I think I would like the savory brioche better than the sweet. Maybe! :D

Otehlia said...

I love savory baked good, and brioche is my favorite! This looks so good. I have to start baking more....

delia said...

I made them just now and it's too soft to handle. I just couldn't make it stand but its very delicious.

My Little Space said...

Hi Delia, glad you love it too. Yes, the dough is not easy to handle. But most brioche recipes are the same. They are a bit different from the common bread. If you like this recipe, I am sure you will like my other brioche recipes too especially the one with chocolate fillings.
Thanks so much for spending your time here. Enjoy & have fun!

Nicole said...

i think I will like this savoury bun than those sweet type.

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