These Thermomix Spinach, Feta and Sundried Tomato Scrolls are easy and straightforward to make. They're the perfect lunch box filler or after school snack for hungry teens.
There's no need to spend $3.50 per scroll at Bakers Delight or Brumbies Bakery when you can make these for a fraction of the cost. I came about this recipe as I needed to use up some spinach and feta cheese which was lying around in the back of the fridge. We love Cheese & Vegemite Scrolls in our household, but sometimes it's nice to have something different now and then.
Tips on How to Make
Start by making the dough in the Thermomix then leave it to rise for about an hour until double the size. Timing will vary depending on the climate so always check the dough and not the clock!
Once the dough has risen, knock it back to release the air then roll out with a rolling pin into a large rectangle of approximately 5mm thick. Scatter over the spinach, feta and sundried tomatoes then starting at the long end, gently roll up into a sausage shape. Cut a little bit off each end where the filling hasn't reached then cut into 8 scrolls - I find it easier to cut when the knife is dipped in flour.
If the scrolls have become a little squashed, reshape them into rounds with your hands. They take about 20-25 minutes to bake and will be ready when lightly golden on top.
To Make Ahead and Freeze
The dough can be made the day before and refrigerated. Bring to room temperature before cooking. The scrolls can be frozen in an airtight container and reheated from frozen.