Sunday, September 12, 2010

Sunday's Best of the Rest

Grandma Neumann's Orange Rolls
Photo by Mozart's Nose
Serves up a sugar and butter coma for 4-5,  makes approx. 9 small rolls.

Preheat oven to 450 degrees.

Mix ~
2 cups flour
4 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp salt

Add 2 T cold butter, cut into pea size pieces
Add 1 cup milk and mix with a fork until well combined. Form a ball of dough and place on a floured surface, knead, then roll out to half inch thickness.  Sprinkle with ~ more pea sized pieces of cold butter (approx. 2T), liberal amounts of sugar and rind from three large oranges.
Melt 4 T butter.
Photo by Mozart's Nose
Roll up dough into a jelly roll and cut into nine pieces. Place in 8x8 brownie pan (glass is best, only because its easier to see the sides brown while cooking). Liberally sprinkle tops of each roll with sugar. With a pastry brush liberally swipe sides, in between each roll and pour any remaining over the tops.  Sprinkle rind from one orange on top.

Bake for 12-15 min. until slightly browned along sides and on tops of rolls. Also a fork should come out clean.

Enjoyed best with yet more cold butter and a fork. And make sure to scrape up the "goo" from the bottom of the pan.  This something you will fight over, like the pepperoni or sausage pieces that fell off into the pizza box.

Disclaimer: All cholesterol medicines should be taken thirty minutes prior to consumption.

Photo by Mozart's Nose

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