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Great Grandma Stoupa's Roll Dough (Bread Machine) Recipe

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This recipe for Great Grandma Stoupa's Roll Dough (Bread Machine), by , is from The Kadavy Family Cookbook , one of the cookbooks created at FamilyCookbookProject.com. We help families or individuals create heirloom cookbook treasures.

Susie Dvorak
Added: Saturday, June 14, 2008


1/4 Cup Water
1/2 tsp Sugar
2 Egg Yolks
1/4 Cup Sugar
1/4 Cup Lard
3 tsp Fast Rising Yeast
1-1/2 Cups Milk
3 Cups Flour
1-1/2 tsp Salt
3 Tbsp Butter
1/4 Cup Lard (melted and set aside)
1 Cup Flour (set aside)

Add 1/2 tsp Sugar and Yeast to luke warm water and let it set until the yeast starts to foam. Warm milk to luke warm, add egg yolks and mix together. Put yeast and milk mixture in bread maker bucket. Add 1-1/2 cups of the flour. Set the maker on "Dough Cycle" and start. After this has mixed and is the consistency of cake batter, add sugar and salt. Melt butter and Lard and add to dough mixture. Add half of the remaining flour and continue to add flour until most of the 3 cups of flour are added. Touch dough to test consistency; dough should be soft and a little sticky, but not extra firm. You will probably need to add the full 3 cups of flour and maybe a tablespoon or two from the cup of flour you set to the side.

The bread maker will go through the stir (or knead) cycle. When it stops and goes to the rise cycle, shut off the break maker, remove the bucket and dump the dough on well floured surface (use about 1/4 of the flour you set aside). Knead by putting palms on closest edge of dough, with fingers cupping over the rest of the dough ball. Gently roll dough away from you. Turn dough 1/4 turn and fold top of dough toward you . Continue kneading for 5-10 minutes until dough is soft and holds a nice round ball. During this time you will need to add the rest of the 1 cup of flour, possibly a little bit more.

Place the dough in a greased large bowl (used the melted lard) and flip dough over so that the top of the dough is also greased. Cover bowl land let rise to double in size you can start to form the rolls.

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Personal Notes:
This is the base recipe for the Kolache and Cinnamon Roll recipes also found in this cookbook.




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