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MM: Pull a part that coffeecake! ---------- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.03 I like " bubble " types of breads or cakes. this is a great coffe cake and freezes well too. Title: Pull a part that coffeecake! Categories: Coffee cake, Yeast, Cakes Yield: 10 Servings 1 pk Active dry yeast 1/4 c Warm water 1/2 t Salt 1/4 c Sugar 1/4 c Oil 3/4 c Warm milk 1 lg Egg 3 1/2 c Flour( or more if needed ) 1 c Raisins 1 c Sugar 2 ts Cinnamon 1/2 c Melted butter Icing glaze( optional ) Chopped nuts ( optional ) Disslove yeast in water until foamy.Stir in salt sugar, oil, milk and egg to blend. Stir in 3 1/4 cups flour until smooth. Knead smooth and elastic on floured surface adding more flour as necessary. Knead in raisins by hand. Divide dough into 3 portions then each portion into 16 pieces.( I usaually do less ). Then roll pieces into small balls and dip each ball into melted butter and then into sugar mixed with the cinnamon. Stagger balls barely touching in a 9 or 10 inch round deep cake such as a springform pan or you could use tube pan.Sprinkle on remaining sugar and drizzle with remaining butter. cover lightly with plastic and let rise in a warm place until puffy, about 45 to 1 hour.OR refigerate dough in pan for 16 to 18 hours until puffy. Bake 350 for 30 minutes or until golden. cool in pan 30 minutes efore removing. Run knife around pan before removing. If desired glaze with a powdered sugar icing and a sprinkling of nuts. Note: this make one average size coffeecake but double recipe for a large pull apart cake to fit a large tube pan and adjust baking time. -----

Pull Apart That Coffeecake


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(posted March 20, 1998)

MM: Pull a part that coffeecake!
---------- Recipe via
Meal-Master (tm) v8.03


I like " bubble " types of breads or cakes. this is a great
coffe
cake and freezes well too.

Title: Pull a part that coffeecake!
Categories:
Coffee cake, Yeast, Cakes
Yield: 10 Servings

1 pk
Active
dry yeast
1/4 c Warm water
1/2 t
Salt
1/4 c
Sugar
1/4 c Oil
3/4 c Warm
milk
1 lg
Egg
3 1/2 c
Flour( or more if needed )
1 c Raisins
1 c
Sugar
2 ts
Cinnamon
1/2 c Melted
butter
Icing glaze( optional )
Chopped
nuts ( optional )

Disslove
yeast in water until foamy.Stir in salt
sugar, oil, milk and egg to blend. Stir in 3 1/4 cups
flour until smooth. Knead smooth and elastic on
floured surface adding more
flour as necessary. Knead
in raisins by hand. Divide
dough into 3 portions then
each portion into 16 pieces.( I usaually do less ).
Then roll pieces into small balls and dip each ball
into melted
butter and then into sugar mixed with the
cinnamon. Stagger balls barely touching in a 9 or 10
inch round
deep cake such as a springform
pan or you
could use
tube
pan.Sprinkle on remaining sugar and
drizzle with remaining butter. cover lightly with
plastic and let rise in a warm place until puffy,
about 45 to 1 hour.OR refigerate
dough in pan for 16
to 18 hours until puffy.
Bake 350 for 30 minutes or
until golden. cool in
pan 30 minutes efore removing.
Run
knife around pan before removing. If desired glaze
with a
powdered
sugar icing and a sprinkling of nuts.
Note: this make one average size coffeecake but double
recipe for a large pull apart
cake to fit a large tube
pan and adjust baking time.

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