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ChefNorway’s Rolls Choice Large Chocolate Rolls


You’ve got to understand that Norwegians live for sweet rolls. Our local gas stations tempt us with a new version every month, making them better and fresher than ever. I don’t think you can understand until you visit Norway. But if you do, don’t miss out on sweet rolls out of a bakery or the 100 variations you can find at a gas station. I love chocolate rolls. They have that extra flavor with the chocolate that makes them perfect. Shouldn’t eat too many though!


European Measurements

  • 1 kg white flour
  • 2 tbsp. cardamom
  • 150g sugar
  • 6 dl. milk
  • 100g yeast
  • 150g butter
  • 100g chocolate
  • 1 egg + 2 tbsp hot water

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  1. Start by melting butter in a small casserole pot.
  2. When melted add in the milk and heat up to approximately 37-40oC (100-110oF) + (2 minutes should do it)
  3. Add flour, cardamom, sugar and yeast to a mixer bowl.
  4. Pour in the butter and milk mixture.
  5. Use the “hook” tool and start the mixer at low speed for 2 minutes.
  6. Continue mixing at full speed for another 7 minutes.
  7. Add more flour if the dough gets too sticky.
  8. Take out of the bowl and let it rest on the kitchen counter for 15 minutes.
    (There are several ways to make a roll and below I will give you direction to make one of the types. But you could always look for another one of my roll recipes and split the dough in 2 halves. Then add the extra ingredients of your choice!)
  9. Flatten out the dough with your hands, and spread out the chocolates on top.
  10. Fold in every corner, and roll it up to a large dough roll.
  11. Keep rolling it to a “bread ish” shape, before you cut it into about 18 pieces.
    (You can use a kitchen weight to make sure they are similar in size.)
  12. Place 9 rolls on each baking sheet, with a baking paper under.
  13. Let the rolls rise for about 30 minutes in a hot place.
    (You could also insert a deep pan in the oven filled with water and turn the oven on at suggested temperature in recipe. Unless you are privileged with a steam oven, this is how we trick our way to one. It takes about 30 minutes for the oven to heat up the water so start this part early. The pan should be placed at the very bottom of the oven.)
  14. Mix 1 egg + 2 tbsp. hot water, and brush the rolls with the mixture.
  15. Quickly get them into the oven. They need about 17 minutes to bake. When the color is golden brown they are done!
  16. Try to eat them within 2 hours, because they will lose their absolute freshness quickly!
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Oven Temperature
200o Celsius

392o Fahrenheit



Summary Nothing beats fresh rolls out of the oven. Cooled down a tiny bit so you don't get you mouth burned. The right kind of chocolate baked in to the roll may cause the trouble of not stop eating.


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