As a Mum of three boys, one thing I think is important for me to teach them is how to cook. Luckily my boys love cooking. The problem? Let's just say that sometimes cooking with the kids can get a little bit messy so it is always useful to have some Dettol wipes on hand to clean up the spillages and kill the germs too.
As all little viewers of "I can cook!" will know, you start by washing your hands. The Dettol kitchen no touch hand wash really is great when your hands are covered in dough mix as it senses your hands are there and dispenses the soap. Very clever!
Middle man and I decided we would make some sundried tomato and basil rolls for our tea.
We started by making a basic bread recipe. You will need:
500g of strong white flour
7g Easy bake yeast sachet
1 1/2 tsp caster sugar
1 1/2 tsp salt
50g melted butter
300ml of warm water.
Mix all the ingredients above in a large bowl.
Then came the kneading part. Cue lots of screams of delight that he had sticky hands! (You should knead the dough on a lightly floured surface for 10 minutes.) We sprayed down the table with the Dettol spray as it kills 99.9% of germs. Once you have finished kneading place the dough back in the mixing bowl and leave it to rise so that it doubles it's size.
After the dough has risen, mix in some chopped sundried tomatoes and basil. Split the dough into round balls and bake in an oven at 180C for around 15-20 minutes.
There is nothing quite like freshly baked bread with some melted butter on top. Middle man was very pleased with his efforts and thanks to Dettol, cleaning up the mess was nice and straight forward too.
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