The easiest pizza scrolls you'll ever make:
Measure out the dough ingredients and place them in the breadmaker, starting with the wet ingredients and then adding the dry. For a standard size dough, 500g of flour is good. A combination of flours can be used, for example 300g plain + 200g wholemeal, or rye or whatever takes your fancy. I always keep the plain flour as the one with the highest ratio, to assist in the raising of the loaf.
For these scrolls I used:
300g plain flour
200g wholemeal flour
1 tsp salt
2 tsp instant dry yeast
1 tsp bread improver
about 320mls water
My dough cycle takes an hour and a half.
Once finished in the machine, the dough was rolled out into a largish rectangle, about 1cm high and topped with a herby tomato sauce, grated tasty cheese, shredded ham and pineapple chunks. The filling can be anything that is available and tasty, herbs, roasted vegetables, pesto..etc.
Then it was rolled up into a log and sliced into 2.5-3cm slices.
The slices were layed into a baking paper lined dish and left to rise.
Then they were baked in a 200c oven until they were nicely golden and their aroma was wafting through the house, around half an hour.
And allowed to cool, before being packaged into the freezer for 'homemade lunch orders'*.
* Our childrens' primary school offers lunch orders once a week where they can order what they like from a list and enclose the money in a brown paper bag and then have the order delivered to the classroom at lunch time. The menu options for them include (all pre-packaged and frozen): sausage rolls, meat pies, lasagne, dim sims, chicken nuggets and mini pizzas. For sweets there are donuts (jam or chocolate), tarts (jam or lemon) and apple cakes. I absolutely loathe Fridays and the appearance of the lunch order list, and cringe when talk of chicken nuggets and party pies fills the air. The whole thing goes against my grain, especially considering the school has a fabulous growing kitchen garden! I started offering my daughters a 'homemade lunchorder' about 18 months ago after hearing of the idea from a friend and it has been a big success. They get to choose what they want to take (in a brown paper bag..ha! - sometimes they even write what's in it and draw pictures!) and they are happy. I keep a little selection of treats in the pantry that they can choose from on Fridays, plus I usually try to have something baked for them like these scrolls or a cakey thing that keeps them satisfied while still allowing me to boycott the whole Friday Lunchorder affair. I'm not a total control freak though, they are still allowed to have lunchorders on the first Friday of each month, which they sometimes refuse in favour of the homemade version. Victory? Hmmm, perhaps!