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In a bowl mix the butter, cheese, sugar, salt and egg yolk. Sift the flour and knead an elastic dough. We gather the dough in a ball, wrap it in plastic wrap and let it cool for at least 1 hour. Divide the dough into 4 equal parts.
We spread each side, one by one, on a lightly floured wooden countertop, in the shape of a circle.
Beat the egg whites with water and grease the dough well.
Mix the walnuts, sugar and cinnamon in a bowl.
Sprinkle over the dough, leaving the middle free. With the back of the spoon, lightly press the filling to adhere better to the dough. With a special knife or a well-sharpened one, divide the dough first into 4, then each part into other 4 parts, thus obtaining 16 triangles. Roll each triangle from the base to the top, forming croissants.
Place the croissants in a tray on baking paper (we will get 2 large baking trays). Put the pan in the preheated oven, over medium heat, until golden brown.
Remove the tray and let the croissants cool, then roll them in vanilla-flavored powdered sugar.
15 Tuesday July. 2014
- 1 kg green beans
- 3 carrots
- 3 tomatoes
- 2 large onions
- 3 tablespoons oil
Cook in a pan, cleaned, washed and finely chopped onion. Add the cleaned, washed and sliced carrots or 4-5 cm long slices. Add the cleaned and washed beans, mix and cover with water, add salt and pepper and simmer. After the beans have boiled, add the peeled tomatoes, cut into cubes and leave for another 5 minutes.
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What a perfect look! Bravo!
Do you still have many ideas.
Excellent and with a podium look.
look great! I'm going to try this dough!
I also have a question? With fresh yeast you can't make croissants.
They can also be made with fresh yeast, of course. I put it dry because that's why I had it in the house. :)
Diana, thank you! : *
I would have more ideas if I were not limited by the budget and a mountain of whims. :)))
Pansy, I hope you like it as much as I did. :)))
You can send me some pieces for tomorrow's breakfast. looks great.
A nice evening!
Hi, I have a question, what does "medium fire" mean to you? For me it would mean about 180ºC, but as I am not an expert like you.
Medium fire means exactly to me as much as it means to you, that is 180 degrees.
I have a gas oven, without a thermostat, so it seems natural to say as I do, not because I am an expert.
A good evening! :)
Maria, I'm coming and I'll bring you tomorrow morning! :)))
I think you liked them too. what it looks like. you lick your fingers and you would still reach for another one ..
God, what a craving you could have made me. I also have a cheesecake in the fridge, but tomorrow I'll put the topping on it and take a picture of it, so I don't touch it. You destroyed me at this late hour. :) Many kisses !
I would devour a few too. :) they look so fluffy, I think they melt in your mouth
Hi! I also have a question, instead of baking paper I could put the horns on aluminum foil? Ms. anticipated.
what a beautiful picture! only from the image you feel like eating them!
Perfect, thanks for the recipe!
Anonymously, I avoid using aluminum foil. I once had a crazy experience, I put it in the tray instead of baking paper and it stuck like hell.
I would recommend that the tray be greased with oil and lined with flour, rather than aluminum foil.
Betty, thank you.
Yes, that's it. we finished them and licked our fingers. :))
Ana Maria, we also had cheesecake today. ) But still :)) I'm lazy to post.
Many kisses! : *
Mihaela, they were good, good. ) Many kisses.
Wonderful! I have big eaters of donuts at home. :)
they are excellent the crumb is fluffy and well ventilated certainly delicious bravo
see you soon
I'll make your croissants too, although I think my cake recipe is identical to this, I don't know it by heart, thanks for the idea.
I tried them too. They are fluffy and good and you can't stop eating :).
And the Easter cakes will be made of the same dough. Kisses and thanks for the recipe!
The restaurant at home
A cake that aroused my sister's appetite. The recipe belongs to Leah, but I changed the hazelnuts with walnuts because I didn't have them in the house, and I didn't put the chocolate - with milk in my case - on the grater, but I cut it small because I wanted the chocolate pieces to feel. I made it in the shape of a cake, that's why it came out "shorter".
- 200 g butter, 200 g flour, 200 g powdered sugar, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 4 eggs, 1 tablespoon vanilla extract, 100 g milk chocolate, 100 g walnut kernels, 2 apples, 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- butter, flour for greased tray, powdered sugar for decoration
We prepare like this:
Ouale is separated. Cut the chocolate into small pieces. Apples are cleaned, shaved and squeezed from the juice. Roast the walnut kernels lightly in a dry pan and chop coarsely.
The butter at room temperature is mixed with 100 g of powdered sugar, vanilla extract is added and one yolk at a time.
Whisk the egg whites with 100 g of powdered sugar and carefully add to the butter mixture.
Sift the flour with baking powder and cinnamon and gradually add to the butter mixture. Add the chopped walnuts.
Apples are mixed with chocolate and added to the composition.
Grease the form with butter and line it with flour, pour the composition into it, make it uniform and put it in the preheated oven at 180 degrees, for approx. 45 minutes, until the cake comes off the edges slightly and passes the toothpick test.
Leave to cool in the form.
Powder with sugar and serve as such or with a good ice cream.
Sweet and fragrant moments
Because I had some urda in the fridge that showed signs of fatigue (about 150g), I bought another packet of cottage cheese (250g), initially without thinking exactly what I would do with them.
I said to myself, I'll either make a pie, or some lap in my belt, or. I'll see at the right time.
So last night I decided: I will make a rose cake filled with cheese, a special kind of Easter.
So here's what I used:
for the dough: 500g flour, 25g fresh yeast, 125g sugar, 250ml milk, 100ml oil in combination with melted butter, 3 yolks + one egg yolk, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 2 sachets of vanilla sugar, 1 teaspoon grated lemon peel, a tablespoon of honey for greasing.
for the filling: 150g urda, 250g cow's cheese, 3 eggs, 250g raisins soaked in brandy, 100g sugar, 2 sachets of vanilla sugar, 1 tablespoon grated lemon peel, 1/2 teaspoon salt, one drop, two drops of rum (husband I don't like rum :(.).
And here's how I did it:
I first prepared the filling as follows: I mixed the cheeses with the yolks, then I added all the other ingredients, salt, sugar, raisins soaked in brandy, flavors, and finally I beat the egg whites and incorporated them.
I kneaded the dough and leavened it in the bread machine, as follows:
I put the milk together with the oil and butter in a bowl to heat it - I didn't let it heat up, but just let the butter melt - I took it off the heat and added the salt, sugar and lemon peel, I mixed until to homogenize and let it cool
I prepared the mayonnaise as follows: I rubbed the yeast with a teaspoon of powdered sugar, I added a teaspoon of flour and let it rise a little.
Having all the ingredients ready, I put them in the car's vat in the following order: warm milk, the yolks beaten lightly with a fork, then sifted flour and mayonnaise on top. I programmed the machine at stage 7 for the dough and I took care of other things.
When the dough was ready, I turned it over on the floured countertop, spread it in the shape of a rectangle, greased it with the cheese mixture and rolled it.
I then cut the roll into two parts and each piece into three other parts and placed them standing in a heat-resistant dish lined with butter and flour.
The rolls should not be crowded, place them at a distance, as the dough will continue to rise until it doubles.
I left the pot covered with cling film for another 30 minutes, during which time I preheated the oven.
I then greased the cake with the yolk kept rubbed together with a spoonful of bee honey and put it in the oven, in the middle over low heat. I checked with a skewer stick, and after 30 minutes it was already baked.
Take a look at the pride of the cake, fresh out of the oven:
. and after I took it out of the vessel:
A macro image with delicious crust:
. and an "indoor" one, to see how fluffy it turned out:
I kiss you and wish you an excellent weekend!
. after that we knead with our hands, it is a crumbly dough.
We add water with vinegar and knead the dough, then put it in the fridge for a few hours, but we can use it anyway.
Spread half of the dough in a thin sheet, then cut it into squares and put a piece of shit.
Roll the croissants and put them in a tray lined with baking paper, then put them in the oven preheated, over medium to high heat.
When we take the croissants out of the oven, we heat them with sugar (I grinded a little sugar, the powdered sugar from the trade also works)