Monday, October 02, 2006

Holiday Recipe Exchange

Overwhelmed with Joy is hosting a holiday recipe exchange today. What you do is post your favorite holiday recipe on your blog then go to the Overwhelmed with Joy blog and add your name to Mr. Linky. I've never done anything like this but I did check the Tour of Homes a while back and it was really cool. So...if you have a recipe, share away. In the mean time - try mine. These rolls are soooooo yummy and easy to make. Let me know if you try them.

Spoon Rolls
4 cups self-rising flour, sifted
1/4 cup sugar
2 1/4 cups luke warm water
2/3 cup melted butter
2 tablespoons cornmeal
1 egg beaten
1 Tablespoon dried yeast

Add yeast to lukewarm water and stir. Mix together beaten eggs, sugar and melted margarine. Add yeast mixture. Then add self-rising flour and cornmeal and mix by hand with wire shisk until well-blended. DO NOT BEAT WITH AN ELECTRIC MIXER. Spoon into greased muffin tins. Bake at 400 degrees for 10-15 minutes. Dough can be dept covered with foil in the refrigerator - it gets better with age!


Stephanie said...

I am not sure I've had these. Guess I know what you can bring to eat with the seafood stew! :)

Thanks for the heads up about my link!

Kathleen Marie said...

These look really yummy. I think I will have to try them. I love rolls!

Pamela said...

These sound delicious! I see they are made with yeast and yet have a little corn meal too. Can't wait to try them! :)

Magi said...

What an unusual roll recipe. Thanks!

Larae said...

I've never heard of this before, it sounds like it would be good. I have to try it out soon! Thanks for sharing =)

Brony said...

I love that it's so simple. Thanks for sharing.

Overwhelmed! said...

I have a weakness for bread and this recipe looks quite easy. Best of all, I have all the ingredients in my home! I may try to make these this weekend! :)

Thanks so much for participating in my Holiday Cooking, Blogger Style recipe exchange. I sure do appreciate it!

Jenna said...

My husband loves rolls and biscuits and such. These sound like a winner -- especially because they are so easy to make! Thanks!