Today we are going to turn on the oven to prepare some rustic olives and sesame rolls, that surely will not serve to improve our breakfasts, because these muffins are ideal to take with ham, with anchovies and also of course, with butter or jam.
Since they have a very small size, these bollitos are also great for snacks, snacks or informal meals, in which the olive touch enhances other flavors such as cheese spread, with which it also works very well.Direct to the Palate Snack puff pastry pesto with goat cheese and dried tomato. A "movie" appetizer recipe
IngredientsFor 6 people
- Wheat flour 150 g
- 90 ml warm water
- Fresh baker's yeast half a pill
- Crushed black olives or 2 tablespoons tapenade
- Salt 5 g
- Sesame seeds
- Egg yolk 1
How to make black sesame olives rollsDifficulty: Easy
- Total time 2 h
- 1 hour elaboration
- 1 hour cooking
- 1 hour rest
Knead the flour with the yeast, salt and water for ten minutes, and let the dough rest for 20 minutes at a warm temperature, next to a house radiator. Once the volume increases, we knead slightly to remove the gas and add the black olive paste or tapenade, mixing until obtaining a more or less uniform color mass.
Let stand for an hour so that the light dough, and then cut into small balls of about 50 g, putting each of them in the hollow of a muffin pan where we let them rest another 30 minutes.
Lightly varnish each muffin with a little yolk and sprinkle with sesame seeds so that they are well attached. When the yolk dries, we put the muffins in the hot oven with steam (or with a tray full of water), and the we bake at 200º for about 20 minutes, until the surface begins to brown.
Let cool and we have ready some Crispy rolls on the outside, very fluffy inside and with an intense olive flavor, With which our breakfast may seem very different, tasty and original.
With what to accompany the black sesame olives rolls
The black sesame olives rolls They are great as bread, when we want a variant of traditional breads. Because of its olives flavor, in addition to breakfast, it is a bread that combines very well with preserves, cheeses and sausages, and also with clams or razors at snack time.