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Church back to Thanksgiving dinner

I'm back to baking will be all day

 

 

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Re: Church back to Thanksgiving dinner

@sharkky    You're so generous with your time baking all those rolls, I think you deserve this for your red-appliance equipped kitchen. 

 

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Re: Church back to Thanksgiving dinner

@sharkky Oh great and wise master of rolls, should I make them the day before and reheat, or make the dough the night before and let it rise in the fridge, then warm up and bake the next day?

 

And I need to make some home made cinnamon rolls too!  I haven't done that is a very long long time!  

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Re: Church back to Thanksgiving dinner

I never believed in that rising in the refrigerator busines, myself.

 

I make mine the day before and they will keep in airtight container till next day . Microwave, if you can for like 10-12 seconds. Our church you would have to go to the kitchen to get to a microwave most people just eat from the container. I take in zip lock bags for the folks who want to take home.

 

Got another bowl of dough raising, then make them and then may make a 3rd batch. This recipe in these  pictures are on the back of the White LIlly flour sack. 

 

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Re: Church back to Thanksgiving dinner


@Kachina624 wrote:

@sharkky    You're so generous with your time baking all those rolls, I think you deserve this for your red-appliance equipped kitchen. 

 

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Isn't that something ? I'd be proud to  own that. LOL

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@sharkky wrote:

I never believed in that rising in the refrigerator busines, myself.

 

I make mine the day before and they will keep in airtight container till next day . Microwave, if you can for like 10-12 seconds. Our church you would have to go to the kitchen to get to a microwave most people just eat from the container. I take in zip lock bags for the folks who want to take home.

 

Got another bowl of dough raising, then make them and then may make a 3rd batch. This recipe in these  pictures are on the back of the White LIlly flour sack. 

 

@SoonerLater 


@sharkky I have done cinnamon rolls to rise in the fridge over night!  So I might try some of these (1/2 of the batch) and do a test run!  These are so delicious but mine aren't that pretty.   But then whose are?  YOURS!   

 

Do you roll them in the palm of your hand cupped?  Or on the counter?  Don't you love the flour on top of them?  Hubby is in the kitchen now making White Lily home made biscuits to go with stew!

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Re: Church back to Thanksgiving dinner

@sharkky 

I'm happy to give you my address so you can send some FedEx!  😜🤪

It isn’t how long you live that matters; it is how well prepared you are to die. ~~Colonel Robert B. Theme, Jr.
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Re: Church back to Thanksgiving dinner

I just half the lump of dough tear off hunks and form in hands why they're not all even. That's butter on the top.

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Re: Church back to Thanksgiving dinner

@sharkky 

 

My mouth is watering here in NJ.  They look (and I'm sure taste) absolutely delicious!!

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Ok, I'm done !   Thank God for Lock  & Lock biggest container made !

 

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