I make a similar savory dough which is 2 cups of cottage cheese, 2 cups of flour and 2 sticks of butter. Mix it in the food processor. Divide onto r balls, refrigerate for at least two hours. Roll it out in a round, spread with filling, cut into wedges and rolleach wedge into a horn. Brush with milk and sprinkle with sesame seeds or parmesan cheese and bake until golden. I usr sprnach and feta filling, minced mushrooms with a pinch of poultry seasoning sauteed in putter, and leftover corned beef with grayed swiss and a little sauerkraut.
These look scrumptious and my grandma used to make something similar I wonder if these will finally bring me home to that memory I miss so much as a child growing up! =) I love all of your recipes and have shared you on my facebook quite a bit hehe well I wonder how well these freeze? P.S. I plan on making these to surprise the mother in-law with a baked treat on Easter!
Whoa! These were delicious. The pastry was so flaky and similar texture of frozen toaster strudels. I love that they are completely customizable to make a variety of flavors (lemon, vanilla, strawberry, all kinds of fillings too) I like to add a little orange extract mixed in with the almond. I think next I will try Nutella in the middle. I will be making these again and again! Thank you
Absolutely right on about your grandmother’s Butterhorns. My mother made these Butterhorns. The recipe is nearly identical to yours except we leave out the salt and use vanilla extract instead of almond. They are made from scratch and wonderful!
1 cake yeast
1⁄2 cup sugar
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