|Olive Oil: The Good Heart Protector|
|by Rita Greer|
An explanation of what makes olive oil so beneficial, a look at its history and mythology, and ways to integrate it into the diet.
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Dissolve 1 teaspoon ... to make lighter rolls, so use ... rolls (cinnamon rolls, dinner rolls, buns, etc.) ... Yield: 1/3 of the dough makes 12 pan rolls.
Dissolve yeast, melt ... mind that the rolls will be light ... cream or beaten egg white. Rolls may be covered tightly and frozen when thoroughly cooled.
Combine ingredients in order given and mix until a soft dough is obtained. Turn dough out onto a lightly floured work surface and shape into a ball; ...
Dissolve yeast in ... place. Form into rolls. Roll dough ... 11.5mg calcium, 138.3IU Vitamin A, less than 1mg Vitamin C, 2.9IU Vitamin D, less than 1mg iron.
For shortening, use ... and room conditions). Roll dough out thinly ... (depends on size) or until golden. Brush tops with butter while still warm, if desired.
Preheat the oven to 350°F (175°C). If you are not using a nonstick muffin pan, grease 5 cups of a regular muffin pan. In a medium bowl, stir together ...
In small bowl ... garlic powder; blend well. Spread cheese mixture on each half of dinner roll. Broil under medium heat until cheese is lightly browned.
Brown meat with ... 1 can of dinner rolls in bottom of ... dinner rolls on top and pinch together. Bake at 375 degrees until top is brown or 15-20 minutes.
Brown: 1/2 lb. ... chopped onion Pat rolls together on a ... Mozzarella cheese. Wrap dinner rolls over and ... seeds. Bake at 325 degrees 30-40 minutes.
Separate crescent dough ... 1 tablespoon Add-A-Crunch. Roll up crescents. Brush ... according to crescent dinner roll package directions; serve warm. Makes 8 rolls.
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