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Dabby-Doughs
Cinnamon snails, a type of dabby-dough
Cinnamon snails, a type of dabby-dough
TypePastry
Main ingredientsPastry dough, cinnamon, white sugar, butter or margarine

Dabby-Doughs are a type of pastry. They are traditionally made using the remnants of dough leftovers from making a pie, although they can be prepared in large amounts by simply making a batch of pastry dough. The filling of a dabby-dough is typically a mixture of cinnamon and white sugar sprinkled on butter or margarine, rolled, sliced and baked.[1]

There are many different names for this type of confection, including "cinnamon snails," "schnecken," "bumble bees," "pinwheels," "tuzzie-muzzies," "gobblies," "schmekels," "doo-dads" and "mock rugula".

References

  1. ^ Rombauer, Irma S. (1998). Joy of Cooking 1931 Facsimile Edition: A Facsimile of the First Edition 1931. Scribner. p. 638. ISBN 9780684833583.