I am super excited for my first post here at Beauty Through Imperfection! Today I am going to share with you a super easy baking recipe that I personally think is yummy and love as a snack. So does my family – they ate most of them the same day I made them. To be quite honest I have no idea where this is a known recipe – I come from Norway so some of the dishes I make are local.
Ham and Cheese Horns are basically bread dough with cheese and ham inside then baked in the oven. I hope you will enjoy it! I found the recipe in my Mums cook book, tweaked it a little and here it is!
- 2 cups (400g) white flour
- 1 cup (200g) whole grain flour
- 1 and a half cups (4 dl) milk
- 2 tbs sunflower oil (or any other oil)
- 2 ts sugar
- 3 and a half Tbs (50g) yeast (I used 1 pk of dry yeast)
- Preheat the oven to 200 degrees C (392 F.)
- Add all the dry ingredients together
- Add oil
- Add milk
- Knead the dough
- Roll the dough out in an oval, make it as thin as possible.
- Use a dough cutter (or pizza cutter) to cut the dough into triangles
- Add some ham and cheese and roll it together. You can also use just cheese, pepperoni or anything you want. Put them on a baking sheet on a baking tray. NB! Remember to close the edges – see what happens if you don’t later.
- Steam the horns for it to rise for about 15-20 minutes. Do this my placing water in a cooking pan, add the baking tray and cover with a towel. NB! Do not use a tray like I did with too much spare – the baking paper gets too damp.
- Place it in the oven for 15-20 minutes. If you have multiple trays, use this time for the next batch to rise. This is what happens when you do not close them – looks like a battle field!
- This is what happens when your baking paper gets damp. The paper will stick to your horns and you will have to cut them off. Not a pretty sight.
This is my second batch where I took all my mistakes and corrected them. Much prettier right?? And super yummy!! Enjoy!
If you like this maybe you will enjoy my Marble Cupcake Recipe.
Trine is 22 year old living in Norway. She’s also a blogger at Creative Pink Butterfly, where she shares DIY Projects such as crafting, sewing, cooking, organizing, decorating and more!