"Usually made like cinnamon rolls; however, make a circle with the dough and cut only part way through turning each piece partially on its side to make a beautiful design." — LOGINHAZEL
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active dry yeast
warm water (110 degrees F/45 degrees C)
lemon, juiced and zested
4 1/2 cups
Great recipe, but needs tweaking. I followed it exactly and it turned out really good, except there wasn't enough filling. Next time, I'll double the filling ingredients and then I think it will be a true 5-star recipe! I love the lemon zest in the dough and the lemon icing!
This recipe makes a beautiful bread, but the end result is a bread that is loaded with lemon flavor. There was nothing subtle about it. We like lemon, but not so much in this nut roll kind of combination. We didn't enjoy it as much as we thought we would. The steps were easy, it rose very well, and looked beautiful, but not what we were looking for taste wise.
Wow! Does it get any better than this? My mother-in-law is Swedish and it passed her approval (along with everyone else in the family!). I made it for Thanksgiving Day breakfast. I tripled the filling and doubled the glaze. It was a hit and now everyone expects it next year!
This is the best tea ring recipe that I have used. Our 4H Bread project made it and loved it!
First off I want to say I messed up in the dough when it came to adding the sugar- I should have added 1/2 cup but only did 1/4 cup. So I tried to make up with it when I did the feeling by doubling the sugar&cinnamon (which was GREAT) it made it gooey like a cinnamon roll. I would also cook it at a lower temp because mine was golden but somewhat doughy still. And I didn't use the frosting because all I could tast was the powdered sugar. Otherwise I think it was easy and still good!Next time I will just modify it and probably do a light glaze on top.
Wasn't as good as I had hoped. Dryer than your average cinnamon rolls and was challenging to make.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Swedish Tea Ring
Serving Size: 1/15 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 15
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 324
** Calories from Fat: 106
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