Friday, October 5, 2007

Simple Cinnamon Indian Bread

This was one of my favorite snacks that my father would make when I was a child. The flavor of cinnamon at it‘s best is in this recipe.

Simple Cinnamon Indian Bread

You will find this to be a perfect snack on a cold day.

2 loaves frozen bread dough
1 1/2 cups sugar
2 tsp. cinnamon (or more depending on taste preference)
1 cup butter

Allow frozen bread dough to rise. Usually this can be done overnight or taken out early morning and allowed to rise during the day for a dessert later on in the day. You can time this according to when you would like to serve this appetizing snack or dessert. In a Parmesan cheese glass container, or any other shaker available, add sugar and cinnamon and blend well. If a container is not available, a coffee cup or small bowl will work well also. A large skillet is best utilized for this recipe, but any large pan will suffice. Turn stove to medium heat. Add a good dollop of butter from cup with a spatula and swirl around pan to cover entire bottom surface. Take a tennis ball sized portion of dough and flatten with your hands. 4-5 portions are suitable from each bread dough. 3 portions should fit into pan, but if not, cook as many as possible. Fry each side for about 3 minutes or until bread is golden brown. Remove from skillet. Put on platter. Use sugar/cinnamon mixture and sprinkle liberally onto each. Repeat procedure until all of the Indian bread is fried. Serves 8-10 hungry people.

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Miriam said...

Interesting to know.