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    Cinnamon rolls!

    The twist is, this recipe is actually a pastry, not a reast risen roll, and these are fantastic with tea or coffee!

    The prep
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    Cutting in the butter into the dry ingredients to resemble an oatmeal consistancy
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    Once the wet ingredients are added, the pastry dough is folded some, but care taken not to over work
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    interesting.

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    Next step, is to roll out the dough, and evenly coat with softened butter, then the brown sugar and cinnamon!
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    Then to roll and slice, and place in baking dish
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    After a bit in the oven, the finished rolls, and of course, the taste test! Best part!
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    Thanks for looking, wish you could smell 'em!!


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    It's damascus bread.

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    Care to post the full recipe?

    these look yummy!

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    Are they flakier than a normal cinnamon roll?

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    I have A LOT of cinnamon to use up - please post the recipe - I would love to give this a try!!

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    Very nice. Hope you post the recipe. Definitely want to try these.

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    They're also good if you make a buttermilk biscuit recipe for the dough and add a little sugar. Brush the tops with melted butter when they come out of the oven, then mix a little milk and confectioner's sugar for a glaze drizzled on top when they've cooled (if you can wait that long). Completely different than a yeast-based roll, but really fast when you need a cinnomon roll fix.

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    haven't tried a good buttermilk recipe wanna trade?


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