Pizza rolls, express and antigaspi recipe

Pizza rolls, express and antigaspi recipe

Today, I am offering you a very simple and quick recipe for pizza rolls. I prepare them with a homemade dough. No exposure time, we mix, we use immediately. That’s perfect when you’re in a hurry, on a weekday evening or for an impromptu aperitif.

In addition, this recipe is completely anti-waste. Perfect for using leftovers from the fridge. We all have leftover sauce at some point, a slice of ham to use quickly, a piece of cheese, some mushrooms… Well, there you have it, you have everything you need to make these pizza rolls.

Young and old will enjoy themselves!

Pizza rolls:

300g flour
1 heaped tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
200g plain yoghurt
50g olive oil
tomato caviar
grated mozzarella
Parmesan cheese
Preheat the oven to 180°C.
Put all the ingredients in the robot and run for a few ten seconds until you have a paste.
Place on a lightly floured work surface and knead lightly by hand to form a smooth ball.
Roll out to form a rectangle.
Cover with tomato caviar and mozzarella. This is just one suggestion among many possible ones.
Roll up to have a sausage, then cut into thick slices. You should have about fifteen.
Arrange them on a baking sheet. Lightly brush the dough with a little milk or an egg yolk if you have. Grate some parmesan over it.
Cook for about 20 minutes.
Enjoy warm or at room temperature. For a meal, serve with salad.

Other topping ideas:

Sauce: tomato caviar, tomato sauce, heavy cream, cream cheese, tapenade…
Fillings: cheeses (parmesan, mozzarella, raclette, roquefort…), ham, cooked salmon, tuna, cooked spinach, mushrooms, olives, candied tomatoes…
Have fun!
Pizza rolls, express and antigaspi recipe

To finish: for this recipe, I had a big jar of tomato caviar to use quickly and half a bag of mozzarella. I also made some with Philadelphia, a cooked salmon fillet and spinach. It was also very good.

Feel free to make do with what you have in your fridge. Suggest your toppings tested in the comments.

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