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Puff Pastry
Oh I have to give this one a 5 start rating. This was the most excellent pastry I have ever made and so easy. My husband and I have been fighting over who makes the best pie crust. I think I just won with this recipe. I love the idea that it took NO shortening at all. I did use as one viewer had said and used a cheese grater to cut in the butter, Worked like a charm. I then rolled out, cut into 7.5x6.5 triangles and added cold mashed potatoes, seasoned ground beef and swiss cheese. Closed them using 1 egg to seal edges and glazed the top with egg and baked in over for 17-15 mins at 400 degrees. Makes a great meal for everyone. I can't wait to use this recipe for my next Apple pie

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Reviewed On: Jan. 20, 2011
Golden Crescent Rolls
OHHH YEAH! These are GREAT!! Very easy to make and always a big hit. I took others advise and let rise another hour (the bigger the better). I found that the more you knead the dough, the fluffier they are. I also used butter flavored shortening. They turned out wonderful. Next time I think I will just use butter as one view suggested. Serving suggestion: These would be fun to make with "Little Smokies" sausages for the Super Bowl. I have yet to try it, but they would be good. Just be sure to cut your cooking temp.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 18, 2011
Unbelievable Rolls
I Have made this recipe several times now, everytime I make them there are never any leftovers. My family now asks for them as well as my friends. This is a truly fool proof roll recipe in my opinion. You do have to be very careful when using yeast and these rolls I found to be extra sensitive. Be sure you have to water at only 110*. I have found that by pouring the mix into a glass bowl and adding the eggs BEFORE adding the yeast helps with overheating and/or over cooling the yeast. Also when rising on the pans, I have found it helps to have them covered and placed in a warmer area (like the stove top while oven is on) it doubles the size. When making these for Thanksgiving or any large event, I always make the day before. They rewarm wonderfully. I love this recipe. Thank you Sherlie for posting it.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 18, 2011
 
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