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2 Tbsp. flour
1 3/4 C. pineapple juice(from tidbits below)
1 Tbsp. lemon juice
Salt if desired (1 tsp.)
3 quarts of water
1 - 16 oz.
3 cans mandarin oranges
2 cans pineapple tidbits
1 can crushed pineapple
1 carton cool whip (9 oz)
1 C. miniature marshmallows
1 C. coconut (optional)
Drain 2 cans of pineapple tidbits to make 1 3/4 C. juice. Combine sugar and flour and salt in pan. Beat in the two eggs. Then gradually stir in the pineapple juice. Cook over moderate heat until thickened. Add lemon juice. Cool to room temperature.
pasta. Rinse with cold water and drain again. Cool to room temperature.
Mix lightly but thoroughly. Refrigerate overnight in airtight container.
2 cubes of margarine
3 cups water
½ cup sugar
2 tsp. salt
2 beaten eggs
9 cups flour
2 Tbs of yeast
1 heaping Tbs. gluten
2 sticks butter, melted
Combine margarine, sugar, salt and 1 cup water and microwave until butter is ALMOST melted.
Add remaining 2 cups medium temperature water and stir well.
Crack and mix eggs with a fork in another bowl. Once mixed, add to the water mixture.
Add yeast and gluten, mix slightly.
Sift about 4 ½ cups of flour into the mixture and stir with a wooden spoon. Continue to add flour as needed. When dough becomes to sticky to stir, begin to knead while adding sifted flour up to 9 cups or until correct consistency.
Knead bread very well, about 5 minutes.
Cover bottom of mixing bowl with about 3 Tbs. shortening. Place dough in bowl and turn to have shortening cover dough. Spread about 2 Tbs. more shortening on top of bread. Cover and let double in volume. ( If it is hot outside place in the sun for the first half of the time, then move to the shade. If it is cool, turn oven on 350 and count to 15 seconds. Shut the oven off in and put the dough in the warm oven to rise.)
When dough has doubled in volume, punch down.
Flour counter lightly and split dough into two balls by pinching in the middle. Cover half of dough and roll out the other half on the floured counter. You know that your dough is right if it squeaks when rolling out. Use a doughnut cutter and cut out circle that are about ½ inch thick. Follow below recipes for certain rolls:
For dinner rolls(shown above):
Dip top of circle in melted butter and wipe excess on 2 other circles of dough. Use a butter knife to press into the center until just before it cuts through. Stretch dough and fold where you cut with the knife, then pinch sides together. Place dough in half-circles in a deep, buttered pan very closely together. Allow to rise until doubled. Bake at 350 degrees for approx. 15 minutes or until you can tap on the top of the cooked rolls and they sound hollow. Flip out of pan and use a pastry brush to apply a thin layer of melted butter on each roll. Allow to cool.
For butter rolls(shown above):
Take 10 circles and roll each individually like a hot dog, very lightly until about doubled in length. Melt 1/3 stick butter in bottom of bread pan. Roll each elongated circle in butter then place in pan. Place them next to eachother until pan is full from side to side(about 10 rolls). Allow to rise until they reach the top. Bake at 350 degrees for approx. 15 minutes or until you can tap on the top of the cooked rolls and they sound hollow.Flip out of pan and use a pastry brush to apply a thin layer of melted butter on each roll. Allow to cool.
For Clover rolls(shown above):
Do not roll out or cut with a doughnut cutter. Simply pinch off small circles and place 3 circles in each buttered cupcake tin. Allow to rise until doubled. Bake at 350 degrees for approx. 15 minutes or until you can tap on the top of the cooked rolls and they sound hollow. Flip out of pan and use a pastry brush to apply a thin layer of melted butter on each roll. Allow to cool.
To freeze, wrap rolls in tin foil (about 8-10 per piece of foil) and place in freezer. Remove about 2 hours prior to serving to thaw and bake for 5-8 minutes at 350 prior to meal. This works GREAT!
Yield: about 70 rolls
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
I just wanted to post and thank Rhodes! I made a previous post using Rhodes rolls, Stromboli. I loved how simple it made my meal to make and not to mention it tasted delicious. I was contacted by Rhodes to try out a few of their Warm and Serve rolls....and today I got this package in the mail! Can you believe it? It made my day. I can't wait to try them out...Thank you RHODES!