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Sweet Dinner Rolls
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Recipe Reviews 15 reviews
Too Much Chocolate Cake
made this for the bf and my cousins, they loved it! Its a good base to build on or substitute with your available ingredients. For me the changes i made were - yoghurt instead of sour cream, and followed the reviews to half the oil (i used 100ml) and added about 100ml milk. I used only the 3.9oz pudding pack, strong coffee instead of water and tossed in about 2 heaping Tbsp of cocoa for a stronger chocolate taste. Cooked for way longer than 55mins, 1.5 hrs instead.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 16, 2012
Sweet Dinner Rolls
Thanks so much for a great recipe! I don't have a bread machine and i've never had much luck with bread recipes making them the traditional way...they're either too hard, too chewy, somewhat uncooked etc. This turned out absolutely perfect. I nuked the milk and water for abt 30 seconds, stirred in the sugar, addd the yeast and waited for 20 mins. Then i added in the butter, egg and salt, and lastly the flour in slow spoonfuls. Kneaded it for 25 minutes or so, let it rise for an hr, then rolled it out and spreaded a mix of dried fruits soaked in honey and rum. Roll the dough back up, plopped it in a pan and let it rise for another hour. Did a simple egg white wash, sprinkled cinnamon sugar and some nuts and baked it for 25 mins or so. The rolls were fluffy, light and soft. Fab! only note was that i saw the review of it being not sweet enough so i upped the sugar by another half. Even my mom was impressed and she is one HARD nut to crack *puffs out chest*

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 13, 2011
Apple Ugly Cake
Very average, nobody could really taste the apple, just a generic somewhat fruity sweetness.. It was also very dense, probably because of all the oil? maybe i should have substituted some of the oil with applesauce. The only change i did was to cut down some sugar, to about 140g and the sweetness was just nice. This tastes better when chilled though, and goes well with a cream cheese frosting, to give it a slightly more complex flavour.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 7, 2010

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