Ok, this is Q-talk because I was smoking about 50 lbs of meat while I was baking bread....
I made my grandma's recipe for yeast bread, and tried out something new to me. I got some cinnamon filling from King Arthur flour that has dry shortening in it. You just add 1 tbsp of water per 1/4 cup filling.
I rolled out the dough for a loaf of bread to be about 8" X 24", then spread the goop on the dough, leaving a 1" border along one of the 8" sides. From the opposite side, I rolled it up, then let it rise before baking. This stuff is like the Cinnabon filling... Great, and goopy, and yum.. I'm going to try go make it myself, though, with muscovado sugar, fresh cassia and dry shortening if I can find it... probably just blend it with butter if I can't.
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