All i did was use my TRUSTY cinnamon roll recipe, and half the sugar it calls for.
So take your trusty cinnamon roll recipe, or use mine, or use a roll recipe........adjust it for this application and instantly, you are a genius with the ability to make anything!!!!!
The recipe is basically my trusty cinnamon roll dough with half the sugar, then rolled with some baked and peppered potatoes, shredded cheese, jalapeno slices, and some cooked Bacon.
I then topped the rolls with cheese, and instead of baking like i normally do, i covered it with foil to keep the cheese from burning.
Trusty cinnamon roll dough:
1/2 cup milk at about 110 degrees
1/2 cup butter, melted
1/2 cup warm water
2 1/4 tsp instant yeast
***1/4 cup sugar- WARNING this is decreased to 2 Tablespoons!!!!!
1 1/2 tsp. salt
4-4 1/2 cups all purpose flour (20 oz)
6 strips bacon- fried or baked to crispy
4-5 potatoes, cut into small 1/2" squares, and baked with salt, pepper, and garlic, all drizzled with oil.
1-2 cups shredded cheese
4-5 fresh jalapenos or a jar a sliced jalapenos
whisk together the liquids & butter with the yeast and sugar. Mix until dissolved- takes a few minutes.
Add eggs and whisk until broken apart and well mixed.
Throw your dough hook on your mixer and add the flour and salt to the bowl. Knead for about 10 minutes or until gluten in flour is properly developed. (bowl is cleaned up from dough, and smacking the edges while it kneads) when you lift up the dough, it should not tear apart- it should be elastic and strong.
Make a smooth ball, and place it in greased bowl, rubbing some oil on the dough as well. Cover and let sit in warm area for 1 to 2 hours or until doubled in size.....you know the routine... meanwhile, get your filling prepared.
Punch the dough down,and push out the air bubbles, form into small loaf on counter and let sit for 10 minutes. This lets the dough relax and it will be easier to roll out! Trust me---- the best trick ever!
Roll out the dough to about a 16x 12 rectangle- or so :)
For the filling on this, it's best to use however much you prefer, maybe even add some extras that sound good to you and your family. My amounts are only suggestions, so feel free to adjust- this will not change anything but your own results, and will not affect the dough.
save some cheese for the topping!
Roll and cut into 12 rolls and place in a greased 9x13 baking pan, cover and let rise 1 1/2 hours. Top with more shredded cheese, cover with foil and bake at 350 for 25- 30 minutes. The inside should reach 185 degrees.
Enjoy this delicious alternative- especially if you don't have a sweet tooth......my mind is not able to comprehend not having a sweet tooth- it's just such an obnoxious idea......unfathomable.\
I dare you to try this with half whole wheat flour- you would be my super hero for all time (or this week.....i can't make promises all that far out)