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For The Filling allow 3 hours of refrigerater time :1 1/2 cups of sugar,1 cup of evaporated milk, 1 1/2 # of walnuts ground,2 teas.honey, 3 eggs separated. In a sauce pan cook sugar and one
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Walnut Rolls

posted at 1/11/2011 11:08 AM EST
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For The Filling allow 3 hours of refrigerater time :1 1/2 cups of sugar,1 cup of evaporated milk, 1 1/2 # of walnuts ground,2 teas.honey, 3 eggs separated. In a sauce pan cook sugar and one cup of evaporated milk until it comes to a boil and sugar is dissolved.In a large bowl stir together sugar mixture,ground walnuts and honey,whip egg white until they form stiff peaks and fold into walnut mixture cover and allow recommended refrigerator time. For the Dough: 3/4 cup warm water (110-115*)  2 pkg. dry active yeast or 4 1/2 teas., 4-4 1/2 cups flour,  1/3 cup sugar, 1 t.salt, 2 sticks butter,3 egg yolks 1/2 cup evaporated milk .In a bowl,disolve yeast in water, In a large bowl combine 3 cups of flour,salt and sugar,cut in butter, add in yeast mixture,3 eggs yolks and evaporated milk, stir in enough remaining flour to produce a firm ball of dough.Knead on a floured board for 6-8 minutes until dough is elastic,I let my Kitchen aide do this work for me.Place in a greased bowl ,cover and allow dough to double in size.About an hour.Punch down and place on a floured board and divide ito 4 pieces.Roll out pieces into15"x11" rectangles,divide nut mixture in 4 and spread each rectangle with a fourth of nut mixture,within a half inch from each side.Roll like a jelly roll ,starting from the long side pinch seams to seal and fold the sides under.place seam side down on  greased cookie sheets ,2 rolls per sheet,allow to double in size about 30 mins.Brush sides and top with milk.Bake @ 350* for20-25 minutes or until golden brown, remove from cookie sheets and allow to cool on cooling racks.These can be drizzled with a white icing made from milk and confectioners sugar or just plain.

Re: Walnut Rolls

posted at 1/11/2011 11:21 AM EST
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ooooooooohhhhhhh - that sounds good!  

But yeast is beyond me. 
er..... ah...... would you mail me some, pretty please ?

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posted at 1/11/2011 11:37 AM EST
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In Response to Re: Walnut Rolls:
ooooooooohhhhhhh - that sounds good !   But yeast is beyond me.  er..... ah...... would you mail me some, pretty please ?
Posted by Nancy G


Hi Nancy, I would mail you some but I want you to learn how to make yeast dough.It's all about temperature.Try experimenting with frozen bread dough to get the hang of baking bread,just follow the instructions.After that it's just a matter of making the dough,very easy.I couldn't make a pie crust if my life depended on it,I didn't give up.I guess I'm stubborn LOL.I have been cooking and baking for about 45 years since I was nine.I just made my first successful pie crust this summer.I almost hyperventilated  when I tasted it. LOL LOL LOL.I think you said that you have a stand mixer, let that beast do the work.lol I let mine do all the mixing and kneading with the dough hook.Please try,or do I have to come to the show me state and show you? LOL

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posted at 1/11/2011 2:20 PM EST
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Yeah - I have a big, gorgeous, incredible treasure of a mixer .... a 1971 Kitchen Aid. 
LOL LOL LOL
I haven't seen the dough hook in 20 years.

But I did get another stainless steel bowl and a new beater within the last year so I could keep making different flavor cookies without having to scrub so much. ..... I could get a dough hook.

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posted at 1/11/2011 2:39 PM EST
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Yeah - I have a big, gorgeous, incredible treasure of a mixer .... a 1971 Kitchen Aid.  LOL LOL LOL I haven't seen the dough hook in 20 years. But I did get another stainless steel bowl and a new beater within the last year so I could keep making different flavor cookies without having to scrub so much. ..... I could get a dough hook.
Posted by Nancy G


Nancy,I do have a Kichen aide which I love,but I use my mom's old Hobart mixer which is the smallest professional model they sold at that time.This thing is so old it uses a fuse in the back the kind we used to use for the house fuse box.This thing is over 60 yrs old and is still a beast.I like it because it has two mixing bowls so when I have to whip up egg whites I don't have to empty the other bowl.

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posted at 1/11/2011 3:05 PM EST
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Nancy, I was "nervous", "scared", "unsure" of yeast breads for the longest time.  I had several bread failures.  I saw an advertisement for King Arthur Flour they were doing a "Road Show" in my area so I went.  Well watching them make bread and pastry it looked so easy I decided to try again.  Well I had a huge success.  I guess watching someone do it took a bit of the stress off.  Once I relaxed a bit things went well.
Search their web site for some great recipes  and they have several "No Knead" breads in their recipe section.  http://www.kingarthurflour even if you don't use their flour just to see how some of the breads are done.  Have fun with it and if it is what I would call a "Spectacular Failure" feed the birds with your failure they will appreciate the effort.

Re: Walnut Rolls

posted at 1/11/2011 3:11 PM EST
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Gale G.  I wanna live next door to you!  Your kitchen must smell wonderful.
Not that I want to change your recipe but could the Rolls be done with Almonds?  Just the thought of an almond filling in the bread gets my heart a thumpin' and my mouth watering

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posted at 1/11/2011 3:22 PM EST
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Gale G.  I wanna live next door to you!  Your kitchen must smell wonderful. Not that I want to change your recipe but could the Rolls be done with Almonds?  Just the thought of an almond filling in the bread gets my heart a thumpin' and my mouth watering
Posted by nikki p


HI Nikki, I don't see why not, My Aunt used pecans in hers,It's all about trying different things.This is to everyone if you want to see things done,check out YouTube broadcast yourself,it is free.There are hundreds of tutorials on just about anything you could think of.That's where I went to see how ricotta cheese was made,I had the recipe and thought I would like to see that done,and there it was a whole bunch of them with different techniques.Do yourself a favor and check it out.

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posted at 1/11/2011 4:27 PM EST
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Gale, Gale, Gale!

Do you know this is my utmost favorite...You are something else!  I am going to print this out, but I know this is too advanced for me to make.  Gee, I haven't tried simple yeast items!  lol 

When I do my food shopping, I am getting yeast and trying the recipe you posted.  I want to try to make it next week...Cross your fingers!!  lol

Re: Walnut Rolls

posted at 1/11/2011 4:35 PM EST
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Sounds good!  Thanks for sharing! Wink

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posted at 1/11/2011 5:50 PM EST
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Gale, Gale, Gale! Do you know this is my utmost favorite...You are something else!  I am going to print this out, but I know this is too advanced for me to make.  Gee, I haven't tried simple yeast items!  lol  When I do my food shopping, I am getting yeast and trying the recipe you posted.  I want to try to make it next week...Cross your fingers!!  lol
Posted by Susan K


Hi Susan,one of my favorites too,we always have these during the holidays.Go on you tube broardcast yourself,it's free, there are tons of tutorials on there from professtionals and folks like us and you can see these things being done.I had a recipe for the ricotta cheese and I wanted to see it made and there were tons of tutorials on there.Check it out.

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posted at 1/12/2011 7:24 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Walnut Rolls : Hi Susan,one of my favorites too,we always have these during the holidays.Go on you tube broardcast yourself,it's free, there are tons of tutorials on there from professtionals and folks like us and you can see these things being done.I had a recipe for the ricotta cheese and I wanted to see it made and there were tons of tutorials on there.Check it out.
Posted by gale g



Gale...

Thanks for the tip...I will check it out!

Re: Walnut Rolls

posted at 1/12/2011 8:34 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Walnut Rolls : Gale... Thanks for the tip...I will check it out!
Posted by Susan K


Hi Susan,I go on there and learn all sorts of cooking and baking tips.The internet is the most wonderful tool there is.

Re: Walnut Rolls

posted at 1/14/2011 9:30 PM EST
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Thank you for the recipe.  Sounds delicous!!!

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posted at 1/24/2011 1:42 AM EST
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I just noticed that under the names there are now points & the rank.

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posted at 1/24/2011 6:40 AM EST
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The points & rank are now missing from under the names Cry


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I just noticed that under the names there are now points & the rank.
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posted at 1/24/2011 7:28 AM EST
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They are yummy tasting and they are good.

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posted at 1/24/2011 8:45 AM EST
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Fran - my points are shown to the right if my name up at the top....just like always.
I hope yours are back now.

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posted at 1/24/2011 1:28 PM EST
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This sounds like something we would love. I must make this, thanks for it!

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posted at 1/31/2011 8:50 AM EST
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Your recipe sounds wonderful.
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