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COUNTRY KITCHEN RECIPES

Cinnamon Rolls

from the Oklahoma Wheat Commission

Mix together in a mixing bowl: 3 ¾ cup white enriched flour 3 cup whole wheat flour ½ cup brown sugar ¾ cup powdered milk 2 tsp salt 1 Tbsp yeast In a separate bowl mix together (large stand mixer with a dough hook works best): 1 cup warm water (115 degrees) 1 Tbsp. + 1 tsp. brown sugar 1 Tbsp. + 1 tsp. yeast Let stand until yeast begins to work then add dry ingredients in mixer. Mix for 30 seconds and then add the following: ½ cup canola oil 2 Tbsp. molasses 1 cup warm water

The Oklahoma Wheat Commission baked cinnamon rolls and bread for Farm Bureau members in the IdeAg trade show using Oklahoma wheat during the 2017 American Farm Bureau Convention in Phoenix, Arizona.

Continue mixing and adjust the water level to achieve dough consistency. You may have to add anywhere from another ½ cup to 1 cup of extra warm water for dough not to be too dry. Remember dough should mix approximately 8 minutes and a dough ball should form that cleans all dough off the sides of the bowl. Helpful Hints: On a KitchenAid 4 quart mixer use the #2 setting for speed to begin and then you can move up to the #4 setting. You may also have to use a large rubber spatula to scrape the dough into center of the mixing bowl when beginning in order to make sure all ingredients are incorporated. Allow dough to double in size and punch down. Roll dough into large rectangle. Coat dough with either one stick of melted butter or margarine or use liquid margarine. Sprinkle on a mixture of (or to taste): 1 ½ cup sugar 1 ½ cup brown sugar 2 Tbsp. cinnamon Make sure to spread mixture to the edges of dough. Roll dough from the long side of rectangle, keeping the roll tight. Cut into 36 slices and place on a parchment paper lined baking sheet or two jelly roll pans. Allow the rolls to double in size and bake at 350 degrees for 18 to 20 minutes. Glaze the warm rolls with a mixture of: 1 cup powdered sugar 1 Tbsp. + 1 tsp. evaporated milk The Oklahoma Wheat Commission was established in 1965 as a framework for Oklahoma wheat producers to invest in the promotion of their product: hard red winter wheat. State producers elect their peers to serve on a five-member board of commissioners. For more delicious recipes using wheat or for more information, visit the Oklahoma Wheat Commission's website at okwheat.org. 50 — Oklahoma Country

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