Poppyseed And Nut RollsFrom gagagrits 8 years ago
- The sweet bread shopping list
- 2 pkg of dry yeast shopping list
- 1/2 c. warm water shopping list
- 1 cup of sugar shopping list
- 2 tsp salt shopping list
- 3/4 cup of shortening shopping list
- 2 eggs shopping list
- 1/2 tsp vanilla shopping list
- 1 1/2 c. of scalded milk shopping list
- 8 or 9 cups of flour shopping list
- For the filling shopping list
- 4 cans of prepared poppy seed shopping list
- Finely ground walnut or pecans shopping list
- sugar & cinnomin shopping list
- Soften butter shopping list
- light brown sugar shopping list
How to make it
- Start with your yeast and water and 1 tsp. of sugar, let set
- Then scald milk, before it cools add shortening, sugar, salt, and vanilla, then cool. ( I use the crisco butter flavored)
- After it has cooled down add yeast and eggs to milk mixture, Mix
- Add one cup of flour at a time until dough doesn't stick to fingers, hand kneed with love.
- Grease Large mixing bowl, Place in warm place and cover. Let dough rise until double in size.
- Divide in to six pieces, ( my Grandmother use to make 4 big ones ) I prefer 6 smaller ones.
- Roll out one of the portions on a floured bake board to about 1/4 inch thick.
- Brush on butter spread cinnomin and sugar and a little brown sugar within 1/2 inch of sides of dough, Rollup and tuck in side, Place on well greased or parchment paper on baking pan, with seam down
- Cover and let rise again. For about 2 hours.
- For the poppy seed
- Roll out and just spread the poppy seed around to within 1/2 inch and roll up, cover and let rise the same.
- Bake at 300 for about 25 min until golden brown.
- Take out of oven place on cooling rack and brush with butter to keep crust soft.
- After cool slice and enjoy!
- My Grandmother Made a nut fillingout of:
- 2 c. nuts chopped
- 1 1/4 c. milk
- 1/2 c. sugar
- 1/2 c. honey
- 1/4 c. butter
- 3 eggs beatin
- cool until thick
The Cookgagagrits Irmo, SC
The Rating9 people
Yeah, I get to give you the first 555 on this! This just spells out comfort to me! I really appreciate you posting and sharing this great recipe! I love all the variations of this bread! The sweet popppy seed bread I sometimes buy at a local Russian ...morejuels in Clayton loved it
I can't believe you let the family recipe out. This is one of the greatest treats at christmas time that you make. 5 !! My children will never let you bypass this tradition thanks for listing... But you still will always make it the best!!!!! love ...morenachocook in Lexington loved it
To share a family tradition is to share the love, gaga, and you have shared in a most wonderful way! Juels will love you - as do I!! This is just a fantastic "gift" of a recipe to give to all of us...thank you, my dear...Krumkrumkake in Chicago Suburbs loved it
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