How to make it

  • The Dough

  • 1. In large bowl combined 1 C flour, Sugar, Dry yeast
  • 2. Add warm milk and softened butter mix gently
  • 3. Mix in starter till smooth about 100 strokes (see step 5)
  • 4. Gradually add 3 3/4 c flour till the dough pulls away from the sides of the bowl.
  • 5. Knead in the salt (this is a strange step, but it seems to help feel free to add the salt during step 3 if it makes you feel more comfortable)
  • 6 Turn dough onto floured surface Knead for 8-10 minutes till the dough is smooth
  • 7. Place in well greased bowl. (I recommend Crisco) Lightly grease the top of the dough as well
  • 8. Let set for 30 minutes, punch down and once it has regained its fluff (About 20 minutes) turn out on to greased work surface (No flour at all)
  • 9. Roll out with greased rolling pin till about 1/2 inch thick
  • 10. Pre heat the over to 375 F (190 C)
  • The Insides

  • 1. Spread the softened butter on the dough set a side
  • 2. In small bowl combined Sugar, cloves, and cayenne mix till combined
  • 3. Shake onto the dough evenly
  • 4. Roll up dough cut into about 1 in pieces
  • 5. Set side to side in well greased pan ( I find letting them rise for another 5-10 minutes makes them even better)
  • 6.Set a small shallow pan of water on the bottom shelf of your oven
  • 7. Bake in pre heated over for 20-30 minutes on middle shelf
  • The Drizzle

  • 1. In small pan melt butter on medium heat
  • 2. Add Sugars and Cayenne
  • 3 Bring to boil add additional sugar or milk as needed
  • 4. Once the mixture starts to fluff up and get smooth it is ready
  • 5. Pour over hot rolls
  • 6. Let cool or eat at your own risk.

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  • midgelet 8 years ago
    sounds great, can you add it to the sour and fermented group please!
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  • impssweetp 9 years ago
    How can anyone resist this recipe. Kudos to you for a great post.
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  • chuckieb 9 years ago
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  • markeverett 9 years ago
    This one is a keeper!! When I get better at yeast breads, I will try these!!
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  • luisascatering 9 years ago
    these sound amazing
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  • 22566 9 years ago
    I just about did'nt get to this recipe...for smiling at your other one.
    Talk about mood swings ~Laughing ~
    I like the sound of this recipe.
    Kind Regards
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  • keni 9 years ago
    love both the sourdough and the cayenne... nice additions!
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