Brick Oven Pizza Rolls

Everyone knows about cooking pizza in your brick oven, but what about pizza rolls? Check out this recipe to find out how you can make your own! 

For the dough
250ml milk
10g instant yeast
1tsp sugar
2 eggs
500g white bread flour
11/2tsp salt
130g sundried tomatoes, finely chopped
250g grated mozzarella cheese
A large handful fresh basil
Salt & pepper

For the garlic butter
100g butter
3 garlic cloves, crushed
Squeeze of fresh lemon juice


- Firstly, you will need to combine the milk, yeast and sugar in a mixer or large bowl. Add in the eggs, flour and salt and leave to mix for about 5 minutes.

- Once your mixture has a dough-like consistency you can then turn it out onto a floured surface. Knead for 5-10 minutes until it is elastic in texture, then pop it into an oiled bowl and cover with cling film. Leave to rise for 2 hours.

- While your dough is proving you can pre-line a high heat ovenproof dish with baking paper. Once your dough has risen, roll it out onto a well-floured surface and sprinkle over the tomatoes, cheese and basil. Add some seasoning and roll up lengthwise.

- With a sharp knife, slice the roll into rolls that are roughly 3cm wide and place them into your high heat dish and leave to rise for another 30 minutes.

- While you are waiting for the rolls to rise, you can get your oven fired up to it’s optimum temperature. Remember you will need to allow time for your oven to cool until it reaches around 180°-200°c.

- Now you can place your rolls into your wood fired oven for 20-25 minutes. While your pizza rolls are cooking, you can get started on the garlic butter. In a pan melt the butter with the garlic and lemon juice. Once the rolls have turned golden brown in color and have completely cooked through you can take them out and generously brush on your garlic butter.

Serve while still warm for delicious flavors!


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