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Pampered Chef: Making Wreaths?

  1. pchefpatti13

    pchefpatti13 Novice Member

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    Can anyone give me some tips on Making wreaths? I am making the Turkey Cranberry Wreath for a party Thursday night and the directions are a little confusing.

    Unroll crescent dough; separate into 16 triangles. With wide ends of triangles toward the center. arrange 8 triangles in a circle on Large Round Stone. Corners of wide ends will touch and points will extend 1 inch beyond of baking stone. Arrange remaining 8 triangles in center. matching ends. Seal seams using pizza roller. (Points will overlap in center; do not seal.)

    I don't understand the parts in bold. Can someone please help me!

    Beginning in center, lift one dough triangle across mixture. Continue alternating with outer triangle, slightly overlapping to form wreath. Tuck last end under first.
     
    Nov 7, 2005
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  2. AldeaY

    AldeaY Member

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    the Wreath

    Its very easy actually but sounds confusing!! if you arrange your first set matching the edges of the ends of the triangle in a cirle on your stone then you have about a 5 inch or larger circle in the middle. With me so far? Now that you have made that circle wit the pionts going out....then start the same thing but with the points pointing IN. Now the pieces will overlap each other and the best way to do it is to start the wreath (once the filling is int he middle section of where the ends met) is to start with the crescent that was the last one you laid out in the middle. its the one that is "on the top" of the others. I hope that this makes since. If you have the ALL THE BEST cookbook, it is diagramed in there wonderfully! I hope this helps!
     
    Nov 7, 2005
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  3. pchefpatti13

    pchefpatti13 Novice Member

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    Does matching end just mean fold over in half?
     
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