The Best Nutella and Lotus Rolls

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Introduction: The Best Nutella and Lotus Rolls

Since I was little, I used to bake in my free time. For events, family, friends or even for myself.

Every time I was baking I felt like I am making an experiment and I've never wrote down my recipes.

One day, I was making Challah and i had leftovers of dough, so i decided to upgrade it and add Nutella chocolate and it was ended with something that looked like Rugelach.

After it vanished in an hour, I realize it is a successful experiment.

The second time I've made it, I tried to make them to be more in the shape of rolls.

This recipe is fairly easy to make, and in this Instructable I will demonstrate the whole process.

Hope you will enjoy it ! (:

Step 1: Ingredients and Tools

Ingredients for the dough:

  • 4 cup all-purpose flour

  • 25g dry yeast

  • 1 vanilla instant pudding

  • 1 tbsp. brown sugar

  • 1 1/2 cup milk

  • 1 eggs

  • 40g butter

  • 1/2 tps. salt

Other Ingredients:

  • 1 eggs
  • Nutella
  • Lotus Biscoff Spread

Tools:

  • Large bowl
  • Clean kitchen towel
  • Rolling pit
  • Egg brush

*TIP*: Preheat the oven to 190°C

Step 2: Mix

  • Mix all of the mentioned ingredients (for the dough) in a stand mixer for 5 minutes on speed level two and 7 minutes on speed level four.
  • The dough should be smooth after mixing and make sure it is not sticking to the bowl.

Step 3: Let the Dough Rise

  • Cover the dough and let it rest for a total of 30 minutes at 20-22°C

Step 4: Preparations

While the dough rests we will prepare:

  • the surface on which we will place the rolls - place baking paper on a baking pan.
  • the surface on which we will work - sprinkle flour on a clean space.

Optional: play tic-tac-toe while waiting.

Step 5: Status Check

  • Check if the dough rise double than it was.
  • Take out the dough and put it on the floured surface.

Step 6: Filling

  • Take a small piece of dough - in a size of a fist.
  • Roll down using the rolling pin.
  • Spread Nutella or Lotus Spread as you wish.
  • Gently roll the dough.
  • Cut the edges off and cut the rest into equal pieces.
  • Place in the baking pan.

Step 7: Egg Wash

  • Scrumble an egg into a small bowl.

  • Use the egg brush and brush all the rolls.

Step 8: Baking Time

  • Preheat the oven to 190°C
  • Bake for about 15-20 minutes or until golden brown.

Step 9: Done!

Finally, you can make a cup of coffee and enjoy!

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    10 Comments

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    EdW88
    EdW88

    1 year ago

    Do you put two eggs in the dough, use two eggs for the wash, or one egg in the dough and one for the wash?

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    Amit Yardeni
    Amit Yardeni

    Reply 11 months ago

    You're right! one egg for dough and one for the wash. I updated the instructions (:

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    EdW88
    EdW88

    Reply 11 months ago

    Thanks. I’m seeing this just in time for Xmas morning.

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    cerec
    cerec

    12 months ago

    Your instructions are incomplete.
    As somebody already asked about the eggs. It is probably common sense for some people but, it was a valid question: "Do you put two eggs in the dough, use two eggs for the wash, or one egg in the dough and one for the wash?"
    You write: "Mix all of the mentioned ingredients". Again, The Nutella or Lotus Spread are part of the ingredients. That is really misleading to the untrained cook.
    You list 1 vanilla instant pudding. 1 what? Ounce, package, tbsp? You need tio be specific?

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    Amit Yardeni
    Amit Yardeni

    Reply 11 months ago

    I updated the instructions (:
    1 vanilla instant pudding is equal to 80g

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    graciepap
    graciepap

    12 months ago

    DISAPPOINTED!! - I don't have a stand mixer, but even still, this was the STICKIEST dough I've ever made in my life! Even after adding a 5th cup of flour, there was no possible way I'd ever be able to roll it out with a rolling pin!! Being too frugal (and too much of a Nutella fan) to throw the entire batch in the trash, I instead spooned it into muffin tins (2) and made something resembling a thumbprint cookie/muffin. Tastes good, but I've already thrown my copy of this recipe into the garbage!

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    cerec
    cerec

    Reply 12 months ago

    Exactly with me. dough impossible to roll and also the whole thing went to the trash!

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    giorgpasq1
    giorgpasq1

    1 year ago

    Wow!
    I’ll definitely go for the nutella version!
    Please, continue to experiment...

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    DIANA299
    DIANA299

    1 year ago

    Looks great! Will definitely try!

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    randofo
    randofo

    1 year ago

    Those look yummy.