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Old 06-19-2007, 05:07 PM   #1
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Question ISO topping for Persian sweet rolls - from bakery

Does anyone have any clue to what the topping is on these rolls? They are my favorite ! I'd like to try and make cinnamon rolls with this topping. Maybe maple icing w/ ground nuts of some kind? Clueless here. Thanks for any help.

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No one has a clue ? Thanks anyway !
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Barbara, what are Persian sweet rolls? Maybe a brief description would bring some replies.
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They are a sweet yeast round about 3-4 inches and maybe inch thick, with a powdered sugar/maple flavor glaze, w/ ground nuts on top, the nuts I don't know what kind. Haven't had one in a long time.
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