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Sunday, October 2, 2011

A fall Recipe

I am going to share one of my kids favorite recipes. When we lived in WV, Pepperoni Rolls were a staple at potlucks, tailgates and even gas stations and grocery stores. I never really made them because we ate them out. When we moved to FL they were not to be found so I have to dig out a recipe someone had given me for them in WV. My kids love them! I like to dip them in warm pizza sauce when they just come out of the oven, but the are equally good cold. Apparently when Italian immigrants came to WV to work in the coal mines their wives would pack them in lunches because you could eat them with your hands easily and trust me..they are much better than a sandwich!

So here ya go!

WV Pepperoni Rolls

1 1/2 cup of warm water
1/3 cup of sugar
1 package of yeast
1 t salt
1/4 cup of powdered milk
4 cups of flour

Dissolve all but flour into warm water. Stir in flour and knead about 5 min. Shape into ball and let rest 30 min.

tear into 12 pieces and roll out.. Place pepperonis ( about 3 rounds) and shredded cheese in middle of roll and roll up.

mix one egg with 2 T of butter and 2 t of sugar. Brush on rolls. Bake at 400 until brown ( about 15 min)

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