Oopsie Roll Tips

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mrspackrat

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Posted: 27 Mar 2013, 14:12
I made Oopsie rolls the other night. I made the basic recipe but added 1-2 T of parmesan cheese and a little oregano (per a recipe I found). There seemed to be a creamy layer in the middle of the roll. Is this the cream cheese settled? They still were delicious but I'm wondering if I should have baked them longer or is that how they are supposed to be?
yankgal46

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Posted: 27 Mar 2013, 20:15
Can I HAVE THE RECIPE?
evelyn64

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Posted: 27 Mar 2013, 22:26
Sounds like you didn't bake them long enough. Your oven temperature could be off.

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mrspackrat

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Posted: 28 Mar 2013, 07:43
Yankgal46 - here's the recipe I followed (video)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6lXjl1wWwc

It's basically 3 eggs (separated), 1/4 tsp cream of tartar, dash of salt, 3 oz cream cheese. I then added 1-2 T of parmesan, dash of garlic powder and 1/2 tsp of oregano to the egg yolk mixture. There are other minor variations on the web.

And thanks evelyn, I actually have a lot of problems with my oven so it wouldn't surprise me if the temp was off. Next time I'll try baking them longer.
Dodo 1

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Posted: 06 Apr 2013, 18:49
Do you know what the breakdown would be for that recipe..Or how do I find out??
gkcfm95

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Posted: 06 Apr 2013, 20:25
Dodo 1 wrote:
Do you know what the breakdown would be for that recipe..Or how do I find out??


the best way I've found is to add the recipe to your cook book.

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