Cinnamon and Pecan Rolls Recipe
Make 1 recipe of Really Rich
Refrigerator Dough, (below). Pat it out
to 1/2" thick or less on a floured
1/3 c. soft margarine
c. powdered sugar, sieved or sifted
1/3 c. minced pecans
Spread on dough & roll
up very tightly. Cut into 1/2" rolls, no
thicker. Butter a round or rectangular
pan that will hold the number of 1/2"
thick rolls you have cut, and sprinkle
it well with granulated white sugar. Put
rolls in the pan, brush with melted
margarine, then sprinkle with a little
more granulated sugar. Raise till
doubled, 40 - 55 minutes, then bake at
350º for *20 to 30 minutes. Cool on a
rack. *NOTE: because of all the sugar
these rolls can burn easily, so keep an
eye on them from 15 minutes in the oven.
Thanks to the Nucoa Margarine Company;
this came from their 1930's pamphlet.
Really Rich Refrigerator Dough
Process on Regular Dough cycle:
1/2 c. water
1/4 c. (4 T.)
Crisco, cut up
1/4 c. sugar
2 1/8 c. bread flour
T. (1-1/2 tsp.) bread machine yeast
At end of cycle pour
dough into a greased sealable bowl;
lightly flour the top. Chill 3 to 36
To use, form as desired and
place in greased pan.
To make as a
loaf, Cover with wax paper and raise
till double, 40 - 60 minutes. A nice
finish for this loaf is to brush with a
beaten egg after raising, and before
baking. To bake as a loaf: 8" x 5" loaf
(in loaf pan) at 375º for 30 to 35
minutes, till golden brown.
is a good roll dough, especially for
sweet rolls. Follow each recipe for
baking temps and times.
this is for Janet. I hope she can use
the recipe which I had to adapt to bread
machine, can't knead anymore. If not,
any sweet 1 lb. dough recipe will do. If
this is not the type of roll she needs,
I do have a One Rise Sticky Pecan & a
One Rise Caramel Cream & Walnut, which
could be pecans. However both are
adapted to machine, if that will do.
Marilyn in FL