These are tasty rolls I found in The Hidden Art of Homemaking by Edith Schaeffer. I made them last night.
They are like cinnamon rolls except with orange peel and sugar instead.
I used a white bread dough. When it had risen to double, I rolled it out into what was supposed to be a rectangle (they never are, you know). Then I spread some oil on top. Next, I sprinkled much sugar and orange peel all over on top of the oil. Some coriander finished the spices. Then I dressed it up with a great many golden raisins. Finally, I rolled up my rectangle, sliced it, and placed all my adorable slices into muffin pans to bake for thirty minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Are there any left?