Victoria Rubadiri is a renowned Kenyan journalist and news anchor known for her Sunday news bulletin dubbed 'Sunday Live', which she anchors alongside Jeff Koinange.
Photo; Victoria Rubadiri.
She is arguably among the best female news anchors in the country and has enjoyed an illustrious media career that spans for over 10 years.
Aside from being known for her admirable media career, Victoria Rubadiri is also a mother of one daughter namely Neema Rubadiri and also apparently a very good cook.
The sassy anchor flaunted her cooking skills earlier today on her Instagram account where she posted short video clips of herself making cinnamon rolls.
Here are the videos on her Insta stories.
From the video clips it's clear that Victoria Rubadiri is a very good cook, a trait that many people arguably didn't know about up to today.
The cinnamon rolls are a popular delicacy all over the world and have their origin in Sweden and Denmark.
They can also be easily made at home using the ingredients flour, milk, butter, egg, ground cinnamon, sugar and one packet of instant yeast.
They are made using the following procedure;-
1. Heat the milk and butter.
First heat the milk and ¼ cup of butter until it's completely melted.
2. Mix all the dry ingredients.
In a bowl mix 3 cups of flour and ¼ cup of sugar.
3. Knead the dough.
This can be done either by hand in a bowl then let it rest for 10 minutes.
4. Mix the cinnamon-sugar filling.
It's done by simply whisking the sugar and the cinnamon.
5. Roll The Dough.
Turn the dough onto a floured work surface and roll into a ¼ thick rectangle. Spread the remaining butter evenly on it then sprinkle the cinnamon-sugar mixture over the dough.
Then tightly roll the dough and pinch it to form something like a log, and cut it into 12 or more pieces depending on your liking then place them on a greased pan.
6. Bake the rolls.
Place them in an oven for 20-25 minutes and let them cook until they are golden and let them cool.
7. Make the icing.
This is done by mixing cream cheese, vanilla extract, milk, confectioners sugar and a ¼ cup of butter.
Then add the icing on the rolls and serve.
Photos; Procedure for making cinnamon rolls.
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