Yield: Makes 12 rolls
Caraway may seem like a surprising ingredient in old-fashioned sweet rolls, but it pairs perfectly with the apple butter filling, lending the rolls a vaguely Nordic flavor profile.
Make Ahead Tips
The rolls may be shaped 1 day ahead. After arranging them in the baking dish, cover and refrigerate them before letting them rise. When ready to bake, let rise as described above; because they are cold, they will take an extra hour or so.
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My only issue - I'm not clear how you can roll the dough up tightly without all the apple butter oozing out and making a mess. Maybe after it's blended with the butter it needs to go back into the refrigerator before spreading? They tasted great but not as nice looking as it should have been.
I also rolled out the dough and put it in the freezer after cutting into rolls to make it ahead of time. Took it out later to defrost and allow the second rising. Worked very well.
It's amazing recipe
Wow, so awesome recipe!
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