Coffee Cake 1952 (yeast)
|Categories:||Other Breakfast, Cakes, Sweet Breads|
|Keywords:||lemon, cinnamon, coffee, glaze, yeast, filling|
IN SMALL BOWL COMBINE AND SET
|1/4 c||luke warm milk|
|CRUMB TOGETHER LIKE PIE CRUST:|
|COMBINE IN A SEPARATE BOWL:|
|3||egg yolks, beaten|
|1 c||powdered sugar|
|2 Tbsp||hot water|
|1 tsp||lemon juice|
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Directionswww.redstaryeast.com/lesson...YEAST CONVERSION TABLE FROM RED STAR YEAST:
Here is a chart that will figure it out for you: http://etherwork.net/ejmtph/recipes/photopages/yeast_conversions.htmlDough: Begin by crumbling your 1 cake of yeast (or equivalent) into the 1/4 cup of luke-warm milk plus 2 tsp sugar and let it sit while you prepare the rest of the dough recipeCrumb together as if you were making pie dough, the flour, salt, butter and sugarLightly beat the egg yolks then add the cream and mixCombine the egg yolk mix with the yeast milk and then add to the flour mixture and make the dough. Cover the dough and place in the fridge over night.IN THE A.M. Pull the dough out of the fridge and roll it out on a floured surface while it is still cold to about pizza dough thickness (about 1/4 inch or there abouts).Sprinkle with the cinnamon, sugar, walnuts, and raisins.Roll the dough up jelly-roll style and place in a tube pan. (The recipe does not say a greased pan but it might be helpful. You may put parchment paper on the bottom, instead, if you like.)Then, let the dough rest and rise for the next 3 hours.Bake 350 F, for 1 hourAfter done baking, remove from pan and place on pretty plate. Let cool.Glaze: Combine 1 cup Powdered sugar with two Tbsps of HOT water and 1 teaspoon of lemon juice. Drizzle over cooled coffee cake and serve along side a nice hot cup of coffee.NOTE: Some other recipes that I checked used the left over egg whites (beaten stiff) as a layer under the filling ingredients after the dough is rolled out. But, I wondered about keeping them overnight in the fridge...
ALSO: Some other recipes don't place it in a tube pan (which holds it's shape) but they place it on a cookie sheet, rolled up like a giant cinnamon roll. Which I think is prettier, but it makes it more "flat"... your choice.