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  Categories: Breadmaker, Brunch
       Yield: 12 rolls
       3 c  Bread flour
     1/4 c  Sugar
       6 tb Butter
       1 ts Salt
       3 tb Powdered buttermilk
     7/8 c  Water
       2 ts Active dry yeast
   1 1/2 ts Quick rising yeast.
   1 1/2 ts Cardamom; + -
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     1/2 c  Pecans; whole
     1/2 c  Butter
     1/2 c  Brown sugar
   You can make the dough in an automatic breadmaker.
   This dough also make excellent cinnamon rolls.
   2. Roll out dough into a rectangle about 1/4 to 1/8
   inch thick depend on how many and how big you want to
   make them.
   3. Take 1 TBL of soft butter and spread all around
   leaving 1/4 inch of edge. Then sprinkle cinnamon all
   around as much as you want
   4. Next take a 1/2 cup brown sugar and sprinkle it on
   the dough. You can also add the same  amount of
   chopped nuts and raisins.
   5. Roll up into a log and cut off about 1-1/2 to 2
   inches and place in a lightly greased pan. Let rise 45
   6. Bake 15 to twenty minutes at 350. when somewhat
   cooled drizzle on a glaze of powdered sugar, butter,
   vanilla extract and milk then devour.
   NOTE #1:  this is the technique I used; cutting the 12
   equal rolls. I did use raisins as well ASSEMBLY: I
   used a nine inch shallow quiche pan; butter it very
   well, all over sides too. Place the pecans in the
   bottom of the pan and sprinkle with the brown sugar.
   Put the rolls on top of this mixture and bake at 375
   degrees for about 20 minutes...WATCH carefully because
   ovens vary. Cool for EXACTLY 5 minutes and turn
   out...HEAVENLY!!! You can add the glaze but that is
   too much...and no self respecting Philly sticky bun
   would have a glaze. ENJOY!
   NOTE #2:  Mort has always craved Philadelphia Sticky
   buns; the REAL THING...and I suddenly had a light bulb
   go off a year ago. With thanks to Diana Lewis; (for
   the GREATEST sweet roll recipe) and my daughter Lois
   for her Upside Apple pie, I took the two and put them
   together. VOILA the best sticky buns since we left
   home and EASY!
   SOURCE: A Jewish Mother’s Cookbook; Author, Elaine
   Radis; published on disk by ONE COMMAND SOFTWARE, 1995.
 Elaine/Framingham.Ma, who has to rush, because she has 2 little
 grandgirls to get off to school this morning and a 4 year old to keep
 busy all day.  I guess this is what Bubbe’s are for, <g>!