Floss Cinnamon Buns
The cinnamon roll is a real baked item. Immediately after hearing its name, you know exactly what you are getting yourself into. There will be cinnamon and it will curdle . Cinnamon rolls require a fair number of steps to make, and one step is to cut one large cinnamon roll into several smaller rolls. You shouldn’t use a knife or even a pastry shop for this task. You should use dental floss.
Unlike knives and other blades, the thread does not smudge the cinnamon roll. Instead of pressing down on the dough, the thread cuts the pieces from the outside towards the center with almost equal pressure on all sides, giving the rolls a uniform, rounded shape. (This also works with finicky cheeses .)
To perform the maneuver, place a large cinnamon bun on a flat surface and slide the thread halfway underneath. Take both ends of the thread, cross them over the top of the roll, and pull the ends to cut. Repeat this movement, cutting each piece in half until you have 12 cinnamon rolls (or as many cinnamon rolls as you like). Unscented floss is the most versatile floss in the kitchen, but in this particular case, you can probably do without cinnamon floss.