Ingredients

How to make it

  • For Dough:
  • Toss all dry ingredients in medium bowl, to combine.
  • Add butter and water and mix with hands, or in a mixer with a dough hook, until combined and dough becomes workable. (about 5-7 minutes)
  • Set aside to rest while preparing filling
  • Combine blueberries, orange juice, sugar and corn starch in medium sauce pan See Photo. Cook on medium heat, stirring frequently to break up berries and combine. Bring to boil and continue to cook, stirring often, until thick and bubbly. Set aside to cool slightly.(do not use until mixture is cool enough to touch :) See Photo
  • Place dough on sugared board and spread with fingers or rolling pin to achieve approx a 9X13 rectangle. See Photo
  • Spread cooled filling over dough to approx. 1/2 inch from all sides See Photo. Roll, starting from a long side, jelly roll style until reaching the other end. Press seams together to seal. Place roll in freezer for 10 minutes, if desired, to aid in cutting. See Photo
  • Cut into about 12 pieces, about 1 inch wide and place, one of the cut sides down, into greased muffin tin. See Photo
  • Bake at 350 for 12-14 minutes until just browning.
  • Let cool slightly, then remove to wire rack.
  • Combine all glaze ingredients, adding more sugar/milk to get desired consistency and spread, drizzle or pipe glaze onto slightly warm rolls.
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  • otterpond 3 years ago
    I bet this is a huge hit. I am yeast impaired. Do you think that the pre-made pie crust dough would work with this? Or is that just the wrong thing. I've had way more failures with yeast dough over the years than I have successes so at this point I tend to dodge. I know its lame but... /sigh
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  • chefmal 3 years ago
    Gawd, these look good. I've been on a diet so I can't make these for myself....well, okay maybe for a special occasion. /=D But will keep these bookmarked until an appropriate time comes up! As is, I had Lunasea's La Bete Noire recipe on hold for almost 2 years until someone asked me to make them a chocolate cake for a party-- then BAM-- I had the perfect one on hand, just like that. These might end up making a catering client, or my dinner guests very happy one day. Thank you!
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