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Chicory Amplifies Flavor

When is a pound like more than a pound? When it's a pound of coffee with chicory. Housewives fighting inflationary food prices, take note the bit of chicory blended in some brands of coffee acts as a flavor amplifier. It does such a good job of bringing out the rich, full body of coffee, that you can use a smaller measure - and from each pound or jar of coffee with chicory, get many more extra cups - at a considerable saving.

Author: RETRO HOUSEWIFE, Chronicle Telegram 02-01-1971

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CINNAMON ROLLS, American

See the EASY-DO SWEET DOUGH recipe page for instructions on how to refrigerate and freeze this dough for later use.

Ingredients
  • One batch of EASY-DO SWEET DOUGH plus
  • 2  tbsp. softened butter
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 2  tsp. cinnamon
Preparation Instructions

Prepare sweet dough recipe according to directions.   Roll dough into oblong 15" X  9".   Spread with 2 tbsp. softened butter and sprinkle with a mixture of 1/4 cup sugar and 2 tsp. cinnamon.    Roll up tightly, beginning at wide side.   Seal wall by pinching edges of roll together.   Even up roll by stretching the dough slightly.   Cut roll into 1" slices.   Place in two 8" pans and refrigerate several hours.   Remove from refrigerator and bake at 375° for 20 or 30 minutes.   Frost with quick white icing.

Goes with: EASY-DO SWEET DOUGH - .
Contributed by My 7th Grade Home Economics Teacher, 1978

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