I’ve been making these Butterhorns for quite a few years now. It all started soon after I was married and my Aunt asked me to make them for a family get together. Then another friend wanted me to make them for a work day to go with her meal. I think I tripled the batch and ran out. Every one LOVES them!!! I never make just one batch, I do at least 2 and often 3. They freeze well, just warm up a bit and they taste fresh!!! They are my Brother-in-laws favorite… Try it, you won’t be sorry!!:)
1 C. Lukewarm water
1 pkg. Yeast or 1TBLS bulk
1/2 C. Soften Butter
5 C. Flour
Dissolve yeast in water. Add rest of ingredients. Kneed well. Let rise until double. Punch down. Divide into small chunks, and roll out, into a rough circle. About 12-15in. in diameter.
Then cut into wedges-like a pie.
Then roll from wide edge to point.
And put on greased cookie sheet or pan of some sort.
Let raise until double. (I generally turn my oven on at this point and when it’s heated up, put the first pan in.) Bake at 350* for 15 min. Butter the tops and let cool on dish towels/racks/whatever. (I use a towel.)
Enjoy!!! They are super good while still warm too!!!
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