*  Exported from  MasterCook  *
                        JANICE'S SWEET ROLLS FOR ABM
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 Serving Size  : 12   Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Breads                           Breadmaker
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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    4      cup           All Purpose Flour
    1      teaspoon      Salt
    2      tablespoon    Shortening
    8      tablespoon    Dry milk powder
    1      md            Egg--slightly beaten
      1/2  cup           Sugar
   12      ounce         Water
    2 1/2  teaspoon      Yeast--active dry *
 Add to the breadmachine in order preferred by your machine. (In mine, start with
the flour and add dry ingredients first). Yeast should be placed in the yeast
dispenser. **note! If you use Fleishmans yeast, increase the amount by 1
   Run this on your dough cycle. After completion they can be finished one of
 several ways. One is to take a pinch of dough about the size of a small egg,
 pull, dip in melted butter, run through sugar/cinnamon mixture and then tie them
 in a knot.
   Another method is to roll out to about the size of a cookie sheet, spread
 butter (slightly LESS than a stick) over surface, then top with sugar/cinnamon
 mixture. Roll and slice about 1/2 inch thickness. You should get enough for
 about 3 9 round or sq. pans. I cover the bottom of pans lightly with melted
 butter--just a small amt! Allow room for them to double in size! 
   Place in a proofing oven (turn on oven set to 250 for 2 mins then TURN OFF and
 place rolls in off oven). Let rise till very light and double in bulk (will take
 about 1 1/2 hrs). Can cover with greased waxed paper.
 (Do not use towels as they stick!!) Bake in preheated oven at 375 degrees for
about 20 mins. Remove from pan at once.
   Can be frozen. Best when eaten warm! Recipe will work as a caramel roll OR even
 just a plain sweet dinner-like roll. DO NOT use too much butter as they will not
 rise enough!
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