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Harlan ButlerHarlan Butler Posts: 1
edited 6:18AM in Baking
Ingredients1 Pkg yeast. 
1/4 Cup warm water
3/4 Cup milk
1/2 Cup sugar
2 Eggs
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 Cup corn oil
4 Cups flourInstructionsOVEN 350                15 MINUTES
Bread machine is what I use for mixing, but you can do it by hand.
Dissolve yeast in water. { I use Saf-instant brand and use 1 and a half teaspoon}
Mix in milk and sugar
Add this to 2 well beaten eggs, (room temp.)
1 teaspoon salt, 1/2 Cup corn oil and 4 Cups flour
{ I put the flour in the bread machine, put the salt in the sugar, beat the eggs,add liquids, stir
 put the yeast on top of the flour and pour all the rest on top} 
Put on dough cycle, it goes through complete cycle.
I put the dough when it is done into a ziploc bag or 2 and toss in the refrigerator.  Over night is good or make the dough first thing in the morning.
Divide dough in half, roll out into circle 1/4 inch thick
cut each circle into 12 pieces and roll each piece from the Big end.
Place on greased cookie sheet and let rise 4-5 hours in warm place. 
Brush with butter when you take them out.  Put on platter immediatelyNotesI have tried to mess this recipe up and it is pretty fool-proof. They can go flat if dough gets much beyond a day and if the yeast is no good. These make puffy melt in your mouth rolls. Great for cinnamon roll dough too. I have made them into cup cake pans and rolled 3 little balls of dough into each holder. Crescent always seem to delight the best. Even if they unroll while baking, they are still great.Number of Servings: 24Time to Prepare: 24 Hours
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