The last time we went to Australia, my mum made these rolls with my children. I have wanted to repeat the process ever since, but I am rather budget conscience about my food bill at the moment. Given that a principal ingredient is Greek yoghurt, when I saw that it was on special (50% off I think it was), I immediately placed it in my trolley.
The first step was to make the dough. I used the entire 500g tub of yoghurt along with 2 cups of flour.
The recipe called for self-raising flour. I tend to use flour with a raising agent in it (lievito). I combined both of the ingredients in a bowl, and then put them on a floured surface where I kneaded it for about 5 minutes and then I rolled it out into a rectangle.
I had browned 250g of pancetta in a pan.
I then put the pancetta on the base along with about 250g of mozzarella and rolled it up. I then cut it into 2cm sections and lay them on a baking tray.
Pictured below are some of them.