Saturday, October 31, 2009
You have to try Orange Rolls, a recipe developed by one of the Test Kitchen pros at SL. They are delicious! I made them for a baby shower brunch this morning. (Instead of baking them in round pans, I used muffin pans. This gave each roll a crispy crust and soft inside.) Don't be intimidated when you see that this is a yeast-based dough that must have time to rise. It is totally easy! The one thing you have to keep in mind is that the dough needs to rise for about two hours. As long as you allow enough time, you're good to go. You can make the rolls in advance, add the Honey Topping, and freeze them. To serve, thaw them overnight in the fridge, bake as directed, and top with Fresh Orange Glaze. Last year for Christmas, I made several pans of the rolls, froze them, and gave them as gifts to my friends. It was a nice change from my usual cookie assortment. Sister Schubert orange rolls are yummy, but these are even better and totally worth the effort. Enjoy!