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Old 04-20-2010, 04:13 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by 2belucile View Post
Is I dont know about baking with yeast, so please forgive me for asking.

In Goodweed´s recipe it says :
"1 lb. potatoes (approx. 3 spuds), cooked peeled and mashed with milk
1/2 cup of the potato water (water the spuds were boiled in

do you use the mash potatoes- or only the water? I have looked, and looked, but it does not say anything more about the mash potatoes, only mentions the water.
or do you mix the potatoes with the flour?
Please tell me, as I would like to try this recipe, looks wonderful!
Thanks for the advice.....
Sorry about that. You do indeed add the mashed potatoes to the other ingredients when making the dough. The potato water is used to proof (start) the yeast.

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Old 04-20-2010, 08:54 PM   #12
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Thanks Goodweed for your prompt response. I will try to make the cinnamon rolls very soon, as they look delicious. I love making things like that, but lately I find that sometimes i cant find the time and energy needed. Anyway, I will try to lure one of my nieces to help.

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