I made these yummies for a Thanksgiving potluck we were invited to. Just looking at these bad boys on pinterest made my mouth water! Mmm. Fluffy rolls, right?!
In making the dough, I followed her instructions in an effort to get the perfectly square shape...
The foldy over method thing she said to do. I got this:
Oh, and this is after the rolls had been in the oven for the given amount of time, (10-15 minutes ... 12 1/2 to be exact) but they were still too doughy for my taste. Seems like the main problem with pinterest recipes is the bake time... Anyways! So an extra 8 minutes and a stick of butter later and here's what I got:
She said her's were "too soft". Not mine. Maybe I didn't knead something right. I dunno. They were rolls. Good rolls, but nothin' to write home about....
I wonder what it is that makes these "Swedish"? That sort of compartmentalizes how the Swedes eat their potatoes. Like saying the French only eat their potatoes deep fried. Yet, every search for "Swedish Potatoes" results in these little beauties:
In the words of the hubby, "That's the best tater recipe ever!"
Although, if I had kept them in the oven for the given amount of time, 40 minutes, they would have been the most underbaked taters ever. Or is that how the Swedish take their potatoes?
...Or Muggies, as my 6 year old deemed them. If you're on Pinterest, you've seen them... the Two Minute Mug Brownie. Here's mine:
These were both delicious and disgusting. If you are going to make these, don't dig in for at least 5 minutes, as they get better the longer they "set". My teeth hurt before I got half way down, they were so sweet, but I just couldn't stop eating!