Tomato Cheese Pinwheels
Total TimePrep: 30 min. + rising Bake: 10 min.
I had to post a review after seeing some of the harsh ones people have written. I have been making these for years and everyone always enjoys them. As for the refrigerator rise, the reviewers who commented on this must not be too familiar with bread baking, because it is not that unusual to place bread dough--dough, not batter-- in the refrigerator, especially if you do not want it to rise too much, as you would not with this recipe.
nice soft bread. used concentrated tomato puree mixed with water in place of tomato juice
I also don't know why this became a contest winner. They are cute, I'll give them that much, but they are tasteless. That being said, they aren't worth the trouble of making them. I can't figure out why dough would rise in the fridge so I let them rise the traditional way. Won't be making again.Too much work for little gain. update.....served these at my 4th of july party and anyone who took a bite threw them away. Ended up throwing the whole tray in the trash. What a waste. little tasteless, dry pinwheels
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We have been making this since it's publication... only for Thanksgiveng and Christmas, not for Mother's day. We have doubled, and tripled the recipe. It is the one thing my children always make sure is on the menu. They are delicious, and fun.
I totally do not understand how this became a contest winner. I have never seen a recipe call for placing a batter in the refrigerator to rise! In the book from which I got the receipe there is no mention of water except in the instruction. No amount of water is mentioned in the ingredients. What a disaster. One star is too much.
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