i make these for my husband, he loves the Bakers Delight ones and on the rare occasion i make him a packed lunch, i send him with a container of these. i dont mind them myself.....
Pre heat your oven to 200c
Grease and line a baking tray
Sift the flour and salt into a large bowl
Rub the butter in till the mix looks like fine crumbs
Make a well in the centre, add milk
Cut te mix with a butter knife till it forms a soft dough
Add more milk or a teaspoon of oil if needed
Turn the dough out onto a floured surface
Knead for a minute till smooth, no need to spend ages on it
Roll it into a rectangle
Spread the dough with the vegemite
Sprinkle the cheese over
Roll on the rong edge into a long long
Cut with a sharp serrated knife into 12 or so (13 if u want a bakers dozen hehehe) equal portions
Place the scrolls side by side, touching, in a circle or rectangle on the baking slide
Bake for 20 minutes or untill they are golden and appear cooked....
perfect and cost effective for lunch boxes
best eaten within 2 days, refresh in the oven or microwave after 2 days...
YOU COULD TRY THE NEW CHEESE INFUSED VEGEMITE< I THINK I WILL TODAY< COULD BE INTERESTING
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