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Fan Tan Dinner Rolls

Fan Tan Dinner Rolls
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Photo Credit: Aimee SeaveyI used a pizza cutter to make even strips of dough. You can see my measuring tape helped me keep things mostly even.


Photo Credit: Aimee Seavey

Then the strips are stacked on top of each other before being cut again, into individual portions.


Photo Credit: Aimee Seavey

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

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