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    Thread: German Nut Rolls

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      Red face German Nut Rolls

      Making the bread mixture

      1 tsp of sugar
      1/2 very warm water
      1 pkg of yeast.

      Dry ingredients

      c ups of flour
      1 cup of milk
      3 tablespoons of sugar
      2 tablesoons of salt
      2 tablespoons of butter
      1/2 cut of water.

      Add wet ingredients to large bowl slowly add dry ingredients once it is well mixed in the bread dough roll it out on the counter until it is approximately 1/4 inches thick.

      Add sugar and Cinnamon as if making Cinnamon buns. Then add chopped walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, macadamia, filbertnuts, then starting at one side of edge and roll in to a long roll, place on baking pan in a horse shoe shape. Make slits in the dough, adding a cherry in every other nut and a hazelnut in each opposite slit. Now let bake at 350 until nice and brown. Once you take it out of the oven. Taking icing sugar mix with milk until thick then let the icing drip across the roll back and forth. then let cool and service by cutting one inch or two inch think pieces from the roll.

      I made this for the men where my husband worked and they were thrilled with the delightful treat. Sharwy

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      Sharwy, how much flour is used in the recipe? It sounds yummy and I'd like to make it, but would like to know an approximate amount for the flour.

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      I believe it was four cups of flour it is just a yeast bread dough. sharwy

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      Thanks for your quick answer, Sharwy! I figured it was a yeast dough, but if I have a starting amount it saves some time. It sounds similar to the Stollen that I've had with the candied fruit in it.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sharwy View Post
      Making the bread mixture

      1 tsp of sugar
      1/2 very warm water
      1 pkg of yeast.

      Dry ingredients

      6 cups of flour
      1 cup of milk
      3 tablespoons of sugar
      2 tablesoons of salt
      2 tablespoons of butter
      1/2 cut of water.

      Add wet ingredients to large bowl slowly add dry ingredients once it is well mixed in the bread dough roll it out on the counter until it is approximately 1/4 inches thick.

      Add sugar and Cinnamon as if making Cinnamon buns. Then add chopped walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, macadamia, filbertnuts, then starting at one side of edge and roll in to a long roll, place on baking pan in a horse shoe shape. Make slits in the dough, adding a cherry in every other nut and a hazelnut in each opposite slit. Now let bake at 350 until nice and brown. Once you take it out of the oven. Taking icing sugar mix with milk until thick then let the icing drip across the roll back and forth. then let cool and service by cutting one inch or two inch think pieces from the roll.

      I made this for the men where my husband worked and they were thrilled with the delightful treat. Sharwy
      Revised to correct amount of flour. Sharwy

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      Sounds really good. Thanks.

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