Step 4: Roll and Cut

Turn dough out onto a lightly floured large work surface. Roll dough to a 13x9 inch rectangle.

In an even layer spread out filling on top of dough leaving a 1 inch space at one of the ends.

Roll dough starting with one end and pinch the seam together well to seal.

Score and cut log into 12 equal pieces. Arrange in a buttered 9x13 baking dish. Cover with plastic wrap.

Refrigerate overnight.
Wow, this is great information! I have always used cottage cheese instead the ricotta my mom used. I am going to try to make it myself sometime. I take it that these kinds of "farmer's cheeses" were quckly made for these kinds of uses. Thanks a lot!
These look so good! I really want to make these but they seem very time consuming. You really did deserve to be finalist and I hope you win the contest!
Thank you. Yes, they are time consuming but delicious! Let me know how you like them if you decide to make them.
I am actually making ricotta right now so if I decide to use it for this recipe I will post some pics.
They look so pretty! I bet they're delicious. :D

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