|The American Chef|
|by Chef Scott Berg|
Scott Berg has been a chef for twenty-nine years; he knows first hand the difficulties in deciphering a cookbook.
1 - 10 of 41 for butterscotch pull-a-part rolls
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Make a mixture ... to sugar mixture. Roll the dough balls ... upside down so all the mixture runs down through the rolls. It tastes just like bubble bread.
Spray Bundt pan with Pam and place rolls in the pan. ... nuts. Let stand at room temperature, covered overnight. Let bake 1/2 hour or less at 350 degrees.
Mix butter, brown ... 2 dozen frozen rolls instead of loaves. ... Bake in the morning. Can make half a recipe in 9 x 9 inch pan using 1 dozen frozen rolls.
Spray bundt pan. Place frozen rolls in pan. Sprinkle ... over rolls. Cover with towel. Set out on counter all night. Bake in 350 degree oven for 1/2 hour.
Melt butter, then add all other ingredients. Pour mixture into greased 9 x 13 inch pan. Cut bread into 3 lengths, then cut into 15 pieces crosswise. ...
Place frozen rolls in greased tube ... over rolls. Cover with paper towel and let stand overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes. Invert and drain.
In mixing bowl combine pudding mix, walnuts, sugar and butter and cinnamon. Mix until crumbly. Cut each loaf lengthwise then into 8 pieces (each loaf ...
Spray a bundt ... in bottom. Cut rolls in half or ... Protect oven from spillovers. (From my sister Joanne; she says she learned this in Jr. High Home Ec.)
Place chopped pecans ... pan. Place frozen rolls on top of ... all. Let rise 8 hours or overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Turn out immediately.
Grease Bundt pan. Add frozen rolls, dry pudding ... Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Turn out of pan and let set 20 minutes. Top with powdered sugar.
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