Sandwich Roll Recipe
Today is the last day of the schools. Many parents and their children are excited. It is a proud excitement for those who get good grades in their exams, and an anxious excitement for those in critical condition. I know it's a great feeling for parents when their children are successful. Of course, an important part of their success belongs to the opportunities they offer, I know that too. But please don't treat your children's success as your own. Do not overshadow your child's success with statements such as we sent him to a course, we teach him in good schools, we help his lessons, but these things happen. Let him enjoy his success.
Likewise, when you fail, don't constantly console yourself as if it were a minor thing. Let him learn to take responsibility for his mistakes too. Especially if you have two children, one successful and one unsuccessful, never, never compare your children with each other. Each person's capacity, interests and abilities are different. And unfortunately, education systems that only measure knowledge do not have the competence to reveal people's talents and direct them in this direction. Failure of your child at school does not mean that he will fail in his future life. Likewise, there is no guarantee that a child who is successful in school will have a very successful career. Don't wear out small bodies, which have been battered enough by the burden of the education system on their shoulders, by stigmatizing them.
The notes written on the report card will disappear, but the good/bad traces you left on your children will always remain there. If you want to have a smile on their faces when they look back in the future, you should make their investment now. I didn't like holidays these days, so my parents shouldn't remember that they used to force me to study all the time because my report card was bad. I'm not saying indulge, but don't go too far on them either. At least let them live their vacation like a vacation. Cook their favorite meals, let them play computer games without exaggeration, but mostly spend time together.
Children who use the holiday as an opportunity usually turn to junk food. They invest their ration pocket money on harmful fast food. You may not be able to prevent it completely, but you can reduce this habit by doing things at home that can replace them. I have a great recipe for you. You can prepare delicious sandwiches with this delicious sandwich bread. It is up to you to fill them according to your child's taste.
Enjoy the recipe...
- 1 egg (yolk will be brushed on top),
- 1 cup of warm milk,
- 150g of butter,
- 4 cups of all purpose flour,
- 2 tsps of rapid-rise yeast,
- 1 teaspoon of salt,
- 1 tablespoon of sugar.
- Melt butter in a sauce pan and take into a mixing bowl,
- Add milk, sugar and yeast, stir well,
- Add egg white,
- Add flour slowly while mixing with your hands,
- Add salt and continue kneading until everything comes together to form a non-sticky dough,
- Cover the dough and let it rise somewhere warm for about 30-40 mins,
- Pull fist-size pieces from the dough and form them into rectangle rolls,
- Place them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and let them rest for 15-20 mins,
- Brush the top with egg yolk and bake them at 190 degrees celsius until golden brown on top.