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"RE: Sticky Rolls "
Posted by Karchita on 01-23-12 at 00:22 AM
This recipe is great! I used to make yeasted things all the time but don't do it very often any more. One of the best things about OTCC is how it gets me out of my ruts.

For the sticky stuff, just make it yourself. For one 13x9" or two 8" cake pans, use 1 cup of brown sugar (dark is better), 1/2 cup of butter and 1-3 tablespoons of honey or corn syrup. The more you use the more runny the caramel will be in the end. I like it almost chewy, so I don't use it at all.

Just heat everything together in a saucepan or in the microwave until it boils and the sugar is dissolved. Then pour it while it is still hot into your cake pans. If you want to use pecans, sprinkle them on the syrup. If making them with the sticky topping, I would use a bit less of the butter/sugar/cinnamon filling, but obviously it's personal taste. Place the rolls pretty close together, maybe about an inch apart, so after they have risen they'll be touching. Have fun!



 

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