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in America, we have always called this a "cinnamon bun" we have a brand or 2 that makes danishes, but they aren't the same. hence, we are here, and this is a cinnamon bun. and so the quest for how to make a Danish continues. hej fra US
I absolutely LOVE all your videos, however, I’m from India, where cream cheese is a luxury and not added in everything, would b great if u do make some without it or substitute it as well. 👍🏻
Dear Danish people,
Nobody is claiming this is an authentic Danish recipe, or even a non-authentic Danish recipe. "Danish" is a generic name for certain kinds of pastries. It doesn't refer to Denmark. It's just a word for pastries.
Well, I would use the cinnamon. And butter spread out on the dough. Roll it in slice into regular rolls. Bake them than use cream cheese, powdered sugar and a little orange juice or orange flavoring. Mixed than used for the glaze. No goo for the inside.🍊
No one actually gives one if you're Danish!
A Danish is a type of circly cake not a cinnamon roll/bun. This one just so happens to have cinnamon and stuff in it.
No it's not a Danish dish, but Greek yoghurt isn't Greek, and french fries aren't French.
It doesn't matter if it's from your fucking country, people like the name.
ItsMeSwirl i know i might be annoying to hear all the “that’s not danish” comments but I think a lot of Danes are just confused because it’s called a danish.
I know that French fries aren’t French and that is pretty much the same thing but I danish language it’s not called French fries so it probably is just kind of confusing for us😉