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    Default Bread Maker Dough

    I am in the process of making some cinnamon buns. I made the dough using Mom's breadmaker, but the dough seems really sticky.

    I'm not sure what the end result is going to be, I just put extra flour in the dough as I was rolling it, and it is still too gooey to cut into actual rolls.

    So, I have the bottom layer on the pan, 3/4 cup brown sugar, 3/4 cup butter & two cups pecan, then the same mixture but with cinnamon kinda dumped in the middle of 2 monster rolls of gooey sticky dough.

    They look kinda sad floating on the mixture, but something tells me these are gonna be great!

    BTW, anyone else use a breadmaker and if so, has your dough turned out like that?
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    My breadmaker, used once, is in its box in a cupboard alongside the unused deepfat fryer, the electric carving knife, the waffle iron, the George Forman grill and the electric can opener.
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    I use my bread machine frequently. I love it and it is so wonderful but the reality is that when you are transferring old hand kneaded recipes to the bread machine to do the hard parts like the mixing and kneading the recipes may not turn out quite the same. You have to experience a few times before adjusting each recipe for the bread machine. I find that the bread machine mixed and kneaded doughs require slightly less liquid than a made by hand dough. Hope this helps.

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