Nedjelja, August 25

New Year's Bread

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Throughout this story about preparing meals for the New Year's Eve, of course, only a little bit of organization and preparation will help you. And if you have a roast ovens like my Boschica, which simultaneously bakes on even three levels, then you're really on the right path to drop everything ok and in time, and do not worry about getting all to come. Do not be fooled by the fact that the goal is to have fun and share beautiful moments with dear people. And with fun snacks it's even worse!


    60 dg of smooth flour
    1 cup of fresh yeast
    1 dl of lukewarm water
    2.5 dl of milk
    100 g butter
    3 tablespoons of sugar
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 egg
    And more: 2 tablespoons cold milk + 1 egg yolk for coat

Yeast melts in warm milk with 1 cup of sugar and let it rise. The process is over after 10 minutes.
Combine flour, salt, sugar, egg, water, dissolved butter, and raised yeast. First mix dough pastry (i mix spirals) until all the ingredients are united. Continue to bake your hands until you get a completely smooth and soft dough. Leave it covered to rise for at least 30 minutes until it doubles volume.
Then try to get him back on the wrapped desktop, lightly wrap it with your hands and cut it into some 25 small pieces. If you are working on a classical penny, each piece rolls dull, swinging upward slightly by stretching your hands outward to get oblong shapes. If you are making bullets in the form of a bullet, then each piece with your hand's palm toss and shape in a triangle. Then each piece of scissors is scored to get branches on the pile. And that's it.
Slice into the sheet on the baking paper in small intervals, cover with a cloth and let it rest for another 30 minutes. Then apply a coating of milk and egg yolk, if desired, sprinkle with sesame, linned or thicker salt and cook in a heated oven at 220ºC for 15 minutes. It's important not to poke them, because it will only keep the rolls soft and supple.


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