Cheesymite scroll

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Cheesymite scroll (Bakers Delight)
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A cheesymite scroll from Bakers Delight
Place of origin
Australia
Main ingredients
Flour, water, vegemite, cheese
Cookbook:Cheesymite scroll (Bakers Delight)  Cheesymite scroll (Bakers Delight)

A cheesymite scroll is a baked food item commonly found at Bakers Delight bakeries, popular in Australia and New Zealand. It consists of a spiral of baked bread, similar to a pain aux raisins with vegemite and cheese in place of raisins.[1] Cheesymite scrolls are available for purchase at various chain bakeries and supermarkets in their region of origin and are also homebaked.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Reitsma, Julie (29 August 2007). "The Great Torontoist Challenge: Kensington Savoury Snack Edition". Torontoist.com (Torontoist). Retrieved 9 May 2008. 
  2. ^ "Cheesymite Scrolls". BestRecipes.com.au. Retrieved 10 January 2011.