Have you ever feel like a Jamie Olivier because you thought you’ve created something original?
And how did you feel when discovered that your geniality wasn’t at all original and new?
Well, that’s exactly what happened to me a few days ago. I love cinnamon rolls, so I decided to make some of them, but instead of using the recipe for the yeast dough, I used some puff pastry dough I had in the fridge. I really thought it was an original idea because normally the cinnamon rolls are fluffy and soft, and mine were crisp and “crumbling”.
But just to be sure I started writing the term in Google and there it was: The puff pastry cinnamon rolls are nothing new, in fact there are like hundreds of incredibly tasty recipes on the net…
Anyway, today I leave you with the recipe that I have followed, even though not as original as I first thought, they are good … and they’re really easy to make.
50 g of brown sugar
2 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon melted butter
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Preheat oven to 200 º C (390 º F). Spread the puff pastry on a flat surface. Grease and flour a multi muffin pan.
Mix filling ingredients and spread over the dough. Roll it like a Swiss roll and, with a sharp knife, cut 6 slices of the same thickness and place them in the pan for muffins.
I hope you like them!