by Melissa Corry
2 1/2 cups Warm Water (110 degrees)
1/3 cup Oil
1/3 cup Honey
1 tbsp Yeast
1 tbsp salt
7 cups flour
Place water in mixer. Add oil and honey and blend. (if you put the oil in first and then use the same measuring cup the honey comes out much easier) Add yeast and 1 cup of flour. Blend on low speed. While running add 3 more cups of flour. Continue blending and add salt. Continue blending and add remaining 3 cups of flour. Turn Mixer up one speed and blend for 10 minutes. Remove bowl from mixer and cover with a towel and let rise till bulging out of bowl – about 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Refer to what you want to make now.
Dump dough onto lightly floured surface and punch down. Cut into two pieces and shape in the size of a loaf. Place in greased loaf pan and place a towel over pans. Allow to rise until double in size about an hour. Place in oven at 350 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes. Brush melted butter on the top of the loaf as soon as you take it out. Enjoy. Makes 2 loafs.
Dump dough onto lightly floured surface and punch down. Cut into two pieces and roll the first piece into a large circle about 16 inches in diameter. Brush melted butter across the surface of the dough. With a pizza cutter cut 12 pieces the same you would a pizza. Starting on the edge of the piece of dough, roll up each piece toward the center to make a crescent shape roll. Place on greased cookie pan or a cookie pan with a liner and make sure to tuck the loose end under. Repeat with other piece of dough. Cover with a towel and let rise until double the size, about an hour. Place in oven at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Brush melted butter on the top of each roll as soon as you take it out. Enjoy. Makes 2 dozen rolls.
Dump dough onto lightly floured surface and punch down. Cut into two pieces and roll the first piece into a large circle about 16 inches in diameter. Place on pizza pan and top as you desire. Repeat with second piece. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes. Sometimes I like to make the crusts a little thinner and leave some dough for breadsticks. Roll remaining dough into snake shapes and place in a glass baking pan with melted butter in the bottom. Allow a little bit of time to rise (I normally bake them after the first pizza is done). Cover with Parmesan Cheese and Seasoning and bake for 15 minutes. I normally just stick it on the top shelf with the second pizza on the bottom shelf. Enjoy!!
Dump dough onto very lightly floured surface and punch down. Return to bowl. Tear off a small piece of dough and stretch it in your fingers. Place in a pot of hot oil. Fry for about one minute on each side. You can cook 3 to 4 scones at a time. Serve hot with honey, butter, and powdered sugar. Enjoy!! Makes about 24 scones.
Dump dough onto lightly floured surface and punch down. Roll into a large rectangle shape. Make a cinnamon roll mixture by mixing 3/4 cup brown sugar, 2 tsp cinnamon, and optional raisins and chopped nuts. Sprinkle mixture over dough. Starting on one end of the dough, roll up into a large cylinder shape. Use a knife to cut cylinder into 12 circles. Place in 9 x 13 pan and bake at 350 degrees for 25 – 30 minutes. This makes 12 very large rolls. You can make medium size ones by making two cylinders or mini’s by making three cylinders. Adjust cooking time accordingly.