Trouble Understanding Part Of This Recipe

Lounge By StormyHaze Updated 2 Sep 2011 , 9:49pm by StormyHaze

StormyHaze Posted 2 Sep 2011 , 9:31pm
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Hello all! I was blog browsing like i usually do, when i came across this one:

http://aeroflotreh.blogspot.com/2011/04/nut-filled-coffee-cake-homemade-almond.html#more

The part i don't understand comes after the picture of the almond meal being sprinkled across the dough. I dont understand how they got the final product shape?

I think there is a bit of information i am just not getting.

2 replies
DianeLM Posted 2 Sep 2011 , 9:40pm
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Would have been nice if that step had pictures, huh? A little proofreading wouldn't have hurt either. icon_smile.gif

The dough was rolled jelly-roll style into a log, then sealed, probably with a little water.

The log was formed into a circle - again, sealing the dough, where the ends meet, with a little water.

Slits were cut every couple of inches with a pair of scissors.

If you allow your roll to rise in a round pan with sides (like a cake pan), you need not worry about the circle coming apart. Make sure your pan is big enough for the roll to rise properly.

Hope this helps!

StormyHaze Posted 2 Sep 2011 , 9:49pm
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Originally Posted by DianeLM

Would have been nice if that step had pictures, huh? A little proofreading wouldn't have hurt either. icon_smile.gif

The dough was rolled jelly-roll style into a log, then sealed, probably with a little water.

The log was formed into a circle - again, sealing the dough, where the ends meet, with a little water.

Slits were cut every couple of inches with a pair of scissors.

If you allow your roll to rise in a round pan with sides (like a cake pan), you need not worry about the circle coming apart. Make sure your pan is big enough for the roll to rise properly.

Hope this helps!




That completely answered my question, thanks!!

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