Nutty Nut Roll Recipe
Now, you’re asking yourself what makes this recipe so nutty. Make it, and your question will be answered. Nut rolls are delicious to make anytime. A good nut roll is kind of hard to make, but patiently it will come out like you want it. Really, the recipe is pretty easy to follow and you should have no trouble. With that in mind, this recipe make big nut rolls and can be use to make mini nut roll cookies. Which will be explain fairly descriptive in this recipe.
Therefore, when you start making this recipe, your going to need yeast cake. Yeast cakes work best so don’t try the packets or the jars. They have been tried with this recipe and found that the yeast cakes work best. You can find yeast cake at your local grocery store in the dairy department. This recipe is a Great Grandma recipe so you know its good.
So let’s get started making this marvelous nut roll.
What your going to need:
2 cups Shortening
3 unbeaten Eggs
6 cups Flour
3 tablespoons Sugar
1 cake Yeast
1 cup warmed Milk
4 cups ground Walnuts
1 cup Sugar
A little made coffee
Sharp Knife or Pizza Cutter
And some really cool music to listen to!
Recipe by fridaysroo.com
Getting started on the Nut Roll:
Oven preheat times vary, whether you’re making loaves or cookies.
6 cups Flour
3 tablespoons Sugarshortening, flour, and sugar. After that, with the pastry cutter, cut everything, until it is cut together. However, in the bowl you should have little pea size balls of dough.
1 cup Milkyeast and soften in warm milk, then add to mixture in bowl.
For loaves: Preheat oven to 350°. First, take your dough and cut it into three different parts. Next, roll each part into a big square. About ¼ in thick. Finally, take filling and put on one of the edges and roll leaving ends open. when finished rolling, pinch ends closed, so no walnuts are revealed. Bake for 30 minutes or until slightly brown.
For cookies: Preheat oven to 450°. First, take the dough and cut into 10 parts. Next, roll each part into a circle. Then, take knife or pizza cutter and cut dough into 12 wedges, as if, slicing a pie. Finally, put filling on wide edges and roll up leaving ends open. Bake for 6 minutes or until slightly brown.
1 cup Sugar
Little bit Coffeewalnuts and sugar and add to the bowl. Then, mix the walnut and sugar around a little, while, slowly adding coffee to it. Now, you only want it slightly moisten, so careful putting the coffee in.