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Fan Tan Dinner Rolls


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The little stacks are placed into muffin cups, and you’ll want to gently separate the end of the “fans” a little so they bake up in a nice shape.


Photo Credit: Aimee Seavey

When the rolls come out of the oven they remind me of a cluster of underwater sea anemones, delicately reaching this way and that. They also smell heavenly. On baking day I had my windows wide open, and my landlady Helen called to me from outside to ask what on Earth I was making that smelled so good. Always a positive sign!


Photo Credit: Aimee Seavey

Like string cheese or those chocolate candy oranges, part of the fun in eating fan tan rolls is peeling them apart, layer by layer, and savoring each buttery bite.


Photo Credit: Aimee Seavey

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As Yankee's Digital Editor, Aimee manages, produces, and promotes content for Yankee's digital and social media initiatives. A lifelong New Englander, she loves history and a good Massachusetts South Shore bar pizza.
Updated Thursday, August 2nd, 2012
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