An old-fashioned favorite that will surely bring back memories of good old home cooking. You can omit the ginger if you don't like a gingery taste and you can add other ingredients such as walnuts and almonds. You can also add a half cup of mashed squash to add a neutral sweetness to the filling. You can top the prune roll with vanilla glaze too if you're feeling fancy.
1 tsp salt (for crust)
1 tbsp baking powder (for crust)
2 cups cold water (for crust)
4 cups prunes (for filling)
2 cups sugar (for filling)
1 teaspoon nutmeg (for filling)
1 teaspoon cinnamon (for filling)
1 teaspoon ginger (for filling)
1 teaspoon vanilla extract (for filling)
½ cup chopped pecans (for filling)
4 tbsp butter (for filling)
1 egg (for filling)
- Soak the prunes in hot water until they are soft. This make take 45-90 minutes.
- After they are soft pour off first water and add enough hot water to make a syrup.
- Mash the prunes,...
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