40 minute pizza pinwheel bread rolls | A Review Of Bosch MaxxiMUM Sensor Control Kitchen Machine

I have been having so much fun playing with my new Bosch MaxxiMUM Sensor Control Kitchen Machine! It is a totally powerful kitchen machine that can do so much! Apart from mixing batters and cookie dough, it also blends, and chops, and yes, it can be used for making bread dough too!

I cannot put into words how much I adore this machine.

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Besides being one of the most powerful kitchen machines currently in the market, the Bosch MaxxiMUM Sensor Control Kitchen Machine also comes with built-in Sensor Control that detects when cream has been whipped or when egg whites have reached stiff peaks.

One of the functions I love most about this machine is the 3-D Planetary Mixing accessory which moves in three directions at the same time. This helps to ensure that the mixing is done evenly. Whats more, the length of the mixing paddle and whisk can be adjusted so it can mix well even when you are making a small amount of batter. I don’t have to constantly scrape the sides of the bowl anymore when mixing!

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Today I am using the bread hook that came with the machine to make a batch of 40 Minute Pizza Pinwheel Bread Rolls. For those who are regular readers of this blog, you would already know that this bread can be made in a very short time, yet it is super soft and tasty and best of all, it remains soft for days! 

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If you like pizzas, then you will love this bread. It is a pinwheel version of a slice of delicious ham and cheese pizza. You can, of course, add any other ingredients that you like.

Let me show you how to make this super tasty bread.

In a mixing bowl, add warm water, oil, sugar and yeast.

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Let this sit for 15 minutes. At the end of this time, the yeast should have been activated and the mixture should look foamy.

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Add the bread flour, salt and egg to this mixture.

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Using the bread hook of your mixer, mix this for a few minutes until the ingredients are mixed.

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Place a little oil on your hands and transfer the dough into your work surface. The dough will be very sticky.

Divide the dough into 2 equal portions. Using a rolling pin, roll one piece of dough into a rough rectangle.

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 Spread a thin layer of pasta sauce on the dough.

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Place a layer of ham on the pasta sauce.

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Sprinkle cheese on the ham.

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Top with black pepper, dried Oregano and Italian herbs – this is important if you want to get that distinctive pizza taste!

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Roll the dough into a log.

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Cut the log into 6 pieces.

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Carefully transfer the rolls onto two lightly greased 8×8-inch baking trays or onto one 13×9-inch tray. Repeat with second piece of dough.

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Let the rolls rest for 10 minutes. Preheat the oven to 220°C. 

Brush the bread with egg wash.

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Bake the rolls for 15-20 minutes, keeping an eye on the bread at the end to make sure it does not become too brown.

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Once baked, cool the bread in the tray for 5 minutes before transferring onto a wire rack to cool completely.

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The rolls I made were eaten within the hour of them being done. Yes, they were that good!

With the Bosch MaxxiMUM Kitchen Machine, you too can make bread in a jiffy with minimal effort!

I think it is always worthwhile in the long run to invest in the best when choosing kitchen appliances and in my opinion, this machine is definitely one of the best kitchen machines in the market currently..

The new MaxxiMUM Sensor Control Kitchen Machine (S$1,699) is now available at all leading departmental stores.

40 Minute Pizza Pinwheel Bread Rolls
Yields 12
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For the bread
  1. 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons (280ml) warm water
  2. 1/3 cup (83ml) oil
  3. 2 tablespoons (about 16g) active dry yeast (or instant yeast)
  4. 1/4 cups (56.25g) sugar
  5. 1 1/2 (9g) teaspoons salt
  6. 1 egg
  7. 3 1/2 cup (or about 476g) bread flour (seems to work better but all purpose flour will also work)
For the filling
  1. 1/2 cup (120ml) pasta or pizza sauce
  2. 10 slices ham
  3. 2 cups (230g) Cheddar cheese
  4. 1 teaspoon dried Oregano
  5. 1 teaspoon dried Italian herbs
  6. Black pepper, to taste
For the egg wash
  1. 1 egg, beaten
Instructions
  1. In a mixing bowl, add warm water, oil, sugar and yeast.
  2. Let this sit for 15 minutes. At the end of this time, the yeast should have been activated and the mixture should look foamy.
  3. Add the bread flour, salt and egg to this mixture.
  4. Using the bread hook of your mixer, mix this for a few minutes until the ingredients are mixed.
  5. Place a little oil on your hands and transfer the dough into your work surface. The dough will be very sticky.
  6. Divide the dough into 2 equal portions. Using a rolling pin, roll one piece of dough into a rough rectangle.
  7. Spread a thin layer of pasta sauce on the dough.
  8. Place a layer of ham on the pasta sauce.
  9. Sprinkle cheese on the ham.
  10. Top with black pepper, dried Oregano and Italian herbs – this is important if you want to get that distinctive pizza taste!
  11. Roll the dough into a log. Cut the log into 6 pieces.
  12. Carefully transfer the rolls onto two lightly greased 8×8-inch baking trays or onto one 13×9-inch tray.
  13. Repeat with second piece of dough.
  14. Let the rolls rest for 10 minutes. Preheat the oven to 220°C.
  15. Brush the bread with egg wash.
  16. Bake the rolls for 15-20 minutes, keeping an eye on the bread at the end to make sure it does not become too brown.
  17. Once baked, cool the bread in the tray for 5 minutes before transferring onto a wire rack to cool completely.
Notes
  1. TROUBLESHOOTING
  2. 1. Dough is too wet or sticky? Add a little oil and hand knead a couple of times. The dough should become easy to work with. Still too wet? Add a little less water.
  3. 2. You can use any oil. Maybe not peanut oil. Unless you want a peanut-y bread. Olive oil, Canola oil, Sunflower oil, Grape seed oil... all can be used.
  4. 3. Personally, I have not had any problems with the bread being too yeasty. If you find it so, change the yeast and try different ones till you find one that you like.
  5. 4. Conversion of flour from cups to grams: This is a conversion I got online. You may still need to adjust.
  6. 5. Oven temperature: Every oven is different. You need to understand your oven, so if you have one that tends to be hot, lower the baking temperature, and vice versa.
  7. 6. I do not recommend that you reduce the yeast quantities because this is a quick bread. You need the yeast to make it work. Similarly, you need the sugar to feed the yeast so it works.
  8. 7. You can put any filling you like in this bread. It is very versatile.
  9. 8. You can also glaze with milk (full-fat, low-fat, skim, etc), sprinkle any toppings you like.
  10. 9. I don't recommend that you rest the dough for more than 10 minutes. From feedback I received, the bread may be less soft.
  11. 10. You can use 1/2 bread flour, and 1/2 wholemeal flour, or 100% plain flour. The results are the same. You can't use top flour. There isn't enough protein to form gluten.
  12. 11. Every environment differs. You may live somewhere humid, or dry, or hot, or cold. If in doubt, check what other bakers recommend that you do for the weather conditions you live in, and experiment! You may need to tweak timings/ baking temperature, etc. Don't give up!
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DISCLAIMER: While this post was brought to you by Bosch, I am really impressed by the results produced by the MaxxiMUM Sensor Control Kitchen Machine and I am looking forward to using it again soon to whip up more treats for the family!




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