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       Title: Kolache Dough
  Categories: Breads
       Yield: 1 servings
            -RoseRay dsjn00a-
       1 c  Mashed potatoes
       1 c  Lukewarm water
       3 pk Yeast
       1 c  Lukewarm milk
     2/3 c  Sugar
     2/3 c  Margarine
       1 tb Salt
       1    Egg; beaten
       7 c  Flour
            - See separate recipe.
      Boil one potato, enough to make 1 cup mashed
   potatoes, or use instant potatoes, making 1 cup. Scald
   water and milk. Cool water to lukewarm, then and only
   then, add the yeast. Scald milk and add to sugar and
   margarine or Crisco.  Add salt.  When cool, add the
   beaten egg. Add the mashed potatoes. When milk mixture
   is lukewarm, add yeast. Add 4 cups of flour; beat and
   beat using large spoon, 3 to 5 minutes. Add the
   remaining 3 cups of flour; beat, beat, and beat. Cover
   the bowl and place in the refrigerator. When the dough
   is completely chilled, make Kolaches, cinnamon rolls
   or dinner rolls, or doughnuts.
      From.  Ethnic Edibles and Everything Else, Catholic
   Daughters of the Americas, El Campo, TX.
      Method of Making Kolaches.  To make your kolaches,
   dip a tablespoon into flour and dip out a heaping
   tablespoon of dough and drop onto a floured board.
   Roll dough in palm of hand. Place on greased baking
   pan. Brush with cooking oil or butter or margarine and
   let rise for about 20 minutes. Press down center of
   each and press spoonful of filling in each round. Let
   rise about 20 minutes and bake at 400 degrees until
   golden brown. When done brush with canned milk; cover
   to cool.
      From.  A Key To Good Cooking, The Hillje Altar
   Society, Hillje, TX.