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Can I double the dough recipe

I would like bigger cinnamon buns can I double the recipe?

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Easiest way for you is to make two batches and pour together. Te buns can also be make larger,
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sounds like it will just be mixed in better... but i'm more the eater and not the baker... i suspect you won't get the swirl look but as long as you added the correct amount it should be fine.



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1/4 cup salad oil
1/8 cup table salt
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sounds like it will just be mixed in better... but i'm more the eater and not the baker... i suspect you won't get the swirl look but as long as you added the correct amount it should be fine.



Robert

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