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    Looking at thread picture not showing of curry. Maybe it's just me but if not here it is again.

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    Vegetable stew of beef broth, onions, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, peas, corn, four kinds of canned beans. Almond flour cheese crackers, new recipe with four kinds of cheese, best recipe so far.

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    I was at the store and saw some nicely browned rolls. But they were like $5. I thought to myself... I don't want to spend $5 on rolls. So I grabbed a packet of yeast instead. Went online, found an awesome recipe for sweet rolls and made these. They look a bit like croissants, but they are just rolls. A note, these didn't rise a lot. Also, do keep an eye on them when they start to brown. They won't burn as quick as a croissant, but a few extra minutes could mean you wasted your time.

    I did modify the recipe. It calls for you to put softened butter on the rolled out circle before you cut into wedge slices and roll up. That sounded messy. So I just used the extra butter and brushed it on top of the risen rolls before baking. The rolls have a wonderful cross section of buttery, sweet, salty flavors, even a couple days after baking, though I recommend reheating prior to eating them as leftovers.


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    Beef With Red Wine Blue Cheese Sauce


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    Quote Originally Posted by IanSYK View Post
    Beef With Red Wine Blue Cheese Sauce

    Nice!

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    Second go at it. This time I added the butter as directed on the rolled out circle for half the batch. I softened it a bit much, more melted. Regardless, they came out well, if a little less pretty form wise.

    I think I prefer melted butter on the role before the second rise.

    This recipe is killer, other than the bread maker portion of it.

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