time ago I made up a batch of “Hot Roll Mix” from Make-a-Mix Cookery.I thought it was time to use it for some
early morning food.I chose to use the
Cinnamon Rolls recipe on page 213.
recipe was easy to follow and made up rather quickly into a nice soft
dough.I left it rising in a nice warm
kitchen (the wood stove was really putting out some lovely heat…so lovely that
I had to remove my sweater as I was sweltering, but it was a GREAT environment
for the cinnamon rolls rising step!) and went upstairs to was a little bit of
General Conference and then part of Death in Paradise.After more than an hour of rising I went back
to the kitchen to shape the buns.
is a picture of an experiment using a pan that was on clearance at the grocery
store.(For $4.99 I could not resist.)
it happened, since the rolls in this pan were smaller I knew I would have to
adjust the cook time.Since the large
rolls were to cook for 20-25 minutes at 375 degrees F.I decided to cook these for 15 minutes.Wrong!They were overcooked.Well, I
suppose you could say, burned, but they were not inedible.Ask me how I know.Ask what my scales had to say about the
inedibility of these buns.
Anyway,for the regular sized cinnamon buns, I cooked
them only about 12 minutes, turned the pan around in the oven, then cooked for
a couple more minutes.NOT burned.