Though I've not made this recipe, it sounds very similar to one I make every couple of months. I'd like to share some hints that make my job easier. After mixing main ingredients, before handling dough I put on vinyl 'examining' gloves (which I buy from a drug store). After dough rises the first time, I separate dough into three to four balls and place each in a different slightly greased bowl. Working with smaller portions makes it easier. Rolling out the dough thinner, I make up to 100 rolls (which I later freeze). Spreading soft butter on top of dough, I've found, is best done using a rubber spatula. Also, sprinkling cinnamon/sugar mix on top of butter is easily done when putting mix in a flour sifter. Enjoy~~
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Though I've not made this recipe, it sounds very similar to one I make every couple of months....