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26th January is Australia Day. These bonza, mate! cheesy pastry pinwheels with Vegemite make a fair dinkum pre-dinner snack.


Kent, England, UK

16 people made this

IngredientsMakes: 36

  • 256g self-raising flour
  • 1 teaspoon mustard powder
  • 1 pinch paprika
  • 1 pinch dried mixed herbs
  • 2 tablespoons butter, at room temperature
  • 170g grated cheese
  • 80ml water
  • Vegemite®

MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:12min ›Ready in:27min

  1. Preheat the oven to 220 C / Gas 7.
  2. In a large mixing bowl sift in the flour, mustard and paprika. Add the herbs. Using your fingertips rub in the butter. Add the cheese and mix well. Add the water and mix to a dough.
  3. On a lightly floured surface knead the pastry until it is a firm dough.
  4. Roll out pastry into a thin rectangle. Spread the Vegemite all over (be careful to spread lightly as Vegemite is quite strong in taste).
  5. Roll up into a long coil. Cut with a sharp knife into pinwheels 5mm thick. Place onto greased baking trays.
  6. Bake for 10 to 14 minutes. Using a spatula, carefully remove to cool on a wire rack.

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Reviews in English (7)

For Ondulado : 2 cups would equate to 300 grams. 'tab' is an abbreviation for 'tablespoon'. Hope this helps-09 May 2012

This is a comment rather than a review, as I was looking forward to this but unfortunately I have no idea what measurement is meant by "cup" or "tab". These do not exist in the Uk or Spain where I live. If anyone knows the answer, please update with ounces or grams. Thanks-09 May 2012

This sounds so delicious! And original too! Must have a go at these on the weekend!-25 Aug 2011


Cheese and Vegemite Scrolls

Cheese and Vegemite Scrolls (or Cheesymite Scrolls) are an Aussie favourite! These light and fluffy scrolls are made from two ingredient dough (no yeast) and are super quick and easy to prepare. Great for lunch boxes or after school snacks.

Cheese and Vegemite Scrolls (or Cheesymite Scrolls) are a quintessential Aussie bakery treat. They are also surprisingly simple to make at home!

These quick and easy scrolls are made with the miracle two ingredient dough - no yeast or proofing required!

They are a favourite among kids and adults alike, and freeze well so you can make a big batch and portion them out in lunch boxes.

Don't want to make your own dough? Try these Vegemite and Cheese Pinwheels that are made with frozen puff pastry!


2. Meat pie

They're a staple at sporting events and parties and the cause of many a burnt tongue — the humble meat pie is the epitome of Australian food.

The meat pie hit our shores at the same time as the First Fleet, and by 1891 George Sargent was commercially producing them in Sydney.

Today meat pies are so popular that Australians eat an average of 12 a year — that's 270 million pies (according to Food Standards Australia).

And while there's plenty of gourmet varieties now on the market, it is hard to go past the old-school flaky pastry containing diced or minced meat with gravy.

Recipes:


Is this the most Australian dish ever invented? The Vegemite lamington

INTRODUCING the Vegemite lamington. Yes, you read correctly.

The Vegemite lamington. Source:Supplied

THE team at delicious have taken the country’s favourite salty, umami-rich spread and used it to add something remarkably delicious to a traditional fluffy lamington. The result? A still sweet, slightly salty dessert that’s bound to be a talking point at your Australia Day party.

300g unsalted butter, softened

1 1/3 cup (295g) caster sugar

3 cups (450g) self-raising flour

1 cup (70g) shredded coconut

300g dark (70%) chocolate, chopped

1 cup (120g) pure icing sugar, sifted

1. Preheat oven to 170ଌ. Grease and line two 20cm square cake pans with baking paper. Using an electric mixer, beat butter and sugar over medium-high speed until thick and pale. Add the vanilla, then add the eggs, 1 at a time, beating well after each addition. Reduce speed to low, then add one-third flour, then one-third milks. Repeat, alternating between flour and milks, beating until combined.

2. Divide batter evenly between pans and bake for 40 minutes or until a skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean. Cool cakes in pans for 10mins, then turn out onto a wire rack to cool completely.

3. Meanwhile, for the ganache, place the cream in a saucepan over medium-high heat and bring to a simmer. Place the vegemite and chocolate in a heatproof bowl and pour over hot cream. Set aside for 5 minutes or until chocolate has melted, then stir until smooth. Add the icing sugar and whisk until smooth and combined.

4. Using an electric mixer, whisk the cream and sour cream until thick.

5. Trim the sides of the cakes and cut each into 9 equal squares. Ice 5 sides of each square, then decorate with coconut. Sandwich together with cream and jam to create 9 large lamingtons.


How To Make Pinwheels

Turn the oven on to preheat to 200C (390F) while assembling the pinwheels. Line a baking tray (or trays) with baking paper and set them aside.

Now, get your ingredients ready – puff pastry and toppings.

1. Defrost puff pastry sheets

Remove as many as you think will be required from the freezer and allow to thaw for 10-15 minutes (maybe more depending on temperature). Remember, pinwheels are best eaten on the day they are prepared (but can also be eaten the next day) so don’t prepare too many.

2. Add the toppings

Spread the pastry sheets with the desired topping…

…and roll up firmly. Make sure the edge of the pastry is sealed or the pinwheels won’t hold together well. This can be done by just brushing along the edge with a bit of water or milk and pushing gently with your finger. It should look like this…

Now, one trick with the pinwheels is taking a bit of care when rolling them (I’ve learnt this from experience). You don’t want them too tight as there needs to be a little room for the puff pastry to expand. On the other hand, you don’t want them too loose or they will spread and not stand nice and upright when cooked. Here’s an example of a ‘spreading’ pinwheel…

They still taste great but just don’t look as pretty. Once the pastry is rolled and sealed, cut it with a sharp knife into quarters and put the pinwheels onto prepared baking tray. You might need to gently reshape them so they are nice and round (I didn’t do a great job at that)…

Put them into the oven and cook for 10-15 minutes, or until nice and golden. Once ready, remove them and allow to cool slightly before serving. Or, if eating later, allow them to cool on a wire rack.


Cheese and Vegemite make such a delicious combination. Add some beautiful light scone mixture and turn this into a scroll, which not only tastes great, but you can freeze them!

Perfect for the school lunch box, or a snack on the go! These snacks are also super affordable, at only 30c each.

This Cheesy Vegemite Scrolls recipe makes 10, but you can easily double it or more. You’ll never buy a pre-made scroll again!!

For the price estimates here we’ve used a large national supermarket, but it’s possible (and highly encouraged) for you to look around at your local farmers market, local butcher or at discount grocers. You’re likely to find many of these ingredients even cheaper there!

Preheat oven to 220 degrees.

Sift flour and salt into a bowl. Rub in the butter until the mixture looks like fine bread-crumbs.

Stir in enough milk to make a soft dough. Knead on a lightly floured board.

Roll to form a rectangle that is roughly 40cm x 25cm.

Spread Vegemite over the dough using a blunt knife.

Sprinkle 3/4 of the cheese over the top.

Roll up the dough starting from a long side first. Cut 10 × 4cm pieces from the roll.

Place these pieces close together, cut side up on a greased baking tray. Sprinkle the rest of the cheese over the top.

Bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes or until golden.

Recipe Hints and Tips:

  • Our Cheesy Vegemite Scrolls can be frozen in freezer bags for up to two months and defrosted when needed :)
  • If making and eating fresh, keep for no longer than two days.

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Cheese and Vegemite Scrolls

I usually make the scrolls the night before and add to the kids lunchboxes or have them fresh on weekends for lunch. You could use the base of this recipe for many different varieties:

  • ham and cheese
  • bacon and cheese
  • ham, capsicum, pineapple and cheese
  • ham, pineapple and cheese
  • chicken and sweet chilli
  • pizza sauce and cheese
  • salami and cheese
  • vegemite and cheese
  • spinach and fetta
  • sundried tomatoes, basil and cheese
  • ham, tomato and cheese
  • pesto and cheese

Make the dough, find full recipe below. I make my dough on a silicon mat, as it’s a tedious job to clean the dough off the kitchen bench.

Roll to form a rectangle that is roughly 40cm x 25cm (this is not a thermomix recipe, I just use a large silicon mat from Thermomix).

Spread vegemite over the dough using a blunt knife, then sprinkle cheese over the top.

Roll up the dough starting from a long side first.

Cut 10 x 4cm pieces from the roll. Place these pieces close together, cut side up on a greased baking tray.

Bake in the oven for 15-20 min or until golden.

A great, non sandwich idea for the lunchboxes. Find lunch box ideas here.


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Australia Day Recipes, Colouring Pages & Music

Australia Day is a day that means many different things to many people. The National Australia Day Council website describes it as a day to reflect, respect and celebrate. Reflect on our history, its highs and its lows. Respect the stories of others, and celebrate our nation, its achievements and most of all, its people. Many people like to enjoy the public holiday and come together with friends and family to celebrate being an Aussie, to have a BBQ, swim in the pool, or play a backyard game of cricket. To help make this day as memorable as possible, I’ve put together a collection of traditional Australian recipes (including a few with an interesting twist!), an Aussie music playlist, and some free colouring-in printables to keep the young ones entertained too!

Get your thongs and togs on, and celebrate with some lamingtons, Vegemite scrolls, pavlova and meat pies! Here’s my collection of Australian recipes that are set to impress.

AUSTRALIA DAY SWEET SNACKS

AUSTRALIA DAY LAMINGTONS – Who can resist Lamingtons on Australia Day! Lammies are such an Aussie tradition, so it’s always good to use a recipe that works well and is yummy as well. I like this Australia Day Lamingtons recipes, because of the hard set chocolate topping.

STRAWBERRIES & CREAM WHITE CHOCOLATE TRUFFLE BALLS – I thought it would be fun to add this delicious recipe to this Australia Day recipe collection because these balls of goodness really are an amazing treat for the pallet. Yum!! I’m definitely going to make these for Australia Day.

NAN’S ANZAC BISCUITS – I love making my Nan’s Anzac Biscuits for Australia Day and Anzac Day, because it’s another great Aussie tradition. My Nan’s bikkies are so yummy, and whenever we have them, I’m always reminded of my childhood and of me hanging with Nan so that I could learn how to bake.

STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE ICE POPS – A delicious treat for all ages packed full of flavour. Freeze overnight, and indulge later.

ICED VOVO ICE-CREAM SANDWICHES – A simple recipe with only 4 ingredients!

TIM TAM & MILO FUDGE – Two iconic Australian ingredients used to make one fabulous dessert that everyone will enjoy!

MUSK STICKS – Crispy on the outside and tender on the inside – these homemade musk sticks are simply more-ish.

AUSTRALIA DAY SAVOURY SNACKS

CHEESE & VEGEMITE SCROLLS – No one can resist my Cheese and Vegemite Scrolls on Australia Day, especially the kids. These scrolls are great for fussy little eaters, and will be cleaned up in no time at all- which means mum and dad can score themselves a little peace. Be sure to make extra for the day!

EASY CHEESY VEGEMITE PULLAPART LOAF – The perfect Aussie Day snack that everyone will enjoy… and it only takes 30 minutes to make!

MINI BEEF MINCE PIES – I have different ways of making my pies. These little guys are baked in a muffin tin, while I use my Thermomix and Pie-maker for some of my bigger pies. I thought I’d keep it simple for this Australia Day though, and make these simple Mini Beef Mince Pies that feed everyone.

ROASTED MACADAMIAS WITH AUSTRALIAN SEA SALT AND WATTLESEED – A great snack to compliment your cold beverage.

HOME MADE SAUSAGE ROLLS – I love these sausage rolls that I make. They are so damn delicious that they never last long in my household, especially on Australia Day. I always put sesame seeds on top of mine because it gives them a bit of a nutty taste. Yummo. Definitely making these again this year.

AUSTRALIA DAY MEALS

NO-FAIL CREAMY POTATO BAKE RECIPE – My easy to make Creamy Potato Bake is perfect for an Australia Day side dish (or main meal!). You don’t have to pre-cook the potatoes and it’s a recipe that won’t let you down. The creamy texture will go perfectly with some snags and steaks right off the BBQ.

AUSSIE BEEF PIES – A new take on the meat pie! These Aussie Beef Pies are full of flavour (they even have Vegemite in them!) and chunks just perfect for a more rustic style pie

BEER CAN CHICKEN – Cooked over 2 hours these barbecued chicken pieces are full of flavour and will have your neighbours wanting to come over to get some.

AUSSIE CHICKEN BURGER – Mouth watering chicken burger packed full of Australia Day favourites like bacon and beetroot.

SNAGS WITH ONIONS COOKED IN BEER – Turn the classic sausage in bread into a crowd pleaser with these tasty snags.

QUICK GARLIC LAMB WITH CHARGRILLED PINEAPPLE SLAW – These lamb chops cooked on the barbecue and served with a pineapple slaw is the perfect dish for a summery afternoon on Australia Day.

PRAWN AND AVOCADO ROLLS WITH HOMEMADE SEAFOOD SAUCE – Prawns and avocado are one of my favourite foods that go together so nicely on a hot day. Enjoy with this homemade seafood sauce for the ultimate Australia Day lunch.

AUSTRALIA DAY DESSERTS

PAVLOVA – Pavlova would have to be one of my favourite desserts of all time. I love making mine fruity so I make the centre more of a bowl shape, that way I can add extra fruit on top. I love berries like strawberries and blueberries, but kiwi fruit is another favourite of mine.

GIANT NEENISH TART – Do you remember eating and loving neenish tarts as a child. This enormous Neenish tart is an updated version of the Aussie classic treat.

DIY PAVLOVA GRAZING DESSERT PLATTER – Platters are an easy and super delicious way to cater to a crowd. How fabulous does this Pavlova Grazing Platter look? Yum yum!!

PASSIONFRUIT PAVLOVA ICE-CREAM SANDWICHES – A new version of the traditional Pavlova in an ice cream form. These delicious little treats are excellent to make in advance and have in the freezer.

GOLDEN GAYTIME SEMIFREDDO ICE-CREAM CAKE – Hero the much-loved Aussie favourite with this Golden Gaytime ice-cream dessert! Prepare this recipe at least 1 day in advance.

MANGO AND PASSIONFRUIT AUSTRALIAN MESS – This dessert is an Australian take on a classic English dessert. Fresh fruit and cream, yummo!

GIANT WAGON WHEEL CAKE – Looks technical, but it’s really not. A fun take on the classic Wagon Wheel, this cake is sure to please your guests on Australia Day.

LAMINGTON LAYER CAKE – The ever so popular Lamington is a favourite on Australia Day! Add in a a twist of Jam and cream and you have yourself a pretty delicious Lamington Cake!

ICED VOVO CAKE – This super easy Iced Vovo Cake is supersized, deliciously soft and will give your table the wow factor.

ICED VOVO PAVLOVA – Now this is taking it to the next level. Mixing my two favourite Australia Day desserts into one fabulous treat right here.

MILO PAVLOVA – There are so many ways of decorating a pavlova and this one looks deliciously tempting with all that chocolate and caramel sauce.

LAMINGTON TACOS – I love how fun these are. A great dessert treat for when you’re entertaining outdoors.

LAMINGTON ICE- CREAM CAKE – Lamingtons are an Australia Day favourite, so why not go all out and layer them to make this delicious dessert that’s part cake, part ice-cream? Yum yum YUM!!

AUSTRALIA DAY MUSIC

I made an Australia Day playlist on Spotify last year which featured my top 20 favourite Aussie songs. There are some real classics in there – the kind of songs that simply scream ‘Australia Day’! I hope you enjoy them.

FREE PRINTABLE AUSTRALIA DAY COLOURING PAGES

Get the kids off the screens this Australia Day and unleash their creativity instead, with these fun and ready-to-print Australia Day colouring-in pages. These colouring pages are also great if you’re entertaining friends with children this Australia Day, or if you’re heading away on a camping trip.

Simply click any of the images below and you’ll be directed to the site so you can easily print and get colouring!


Watch the video: Vegemite cheese scrolls (May 2022).


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