|Diane Seed's Mediterranean Dishes|
|by Diane Seed|
This easy-to-follow book has been written for cooks of all abilities and shows how to get the best out of the delicious ingredients that form the ...
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Bring milk to a boil with poppy seed, cinnamon, cloves, ... Add beaten egg and flour mixed with butter. This makes enough filling for 2 poppy seed rolls.
Scald milk. Add ... 70 rolls. Cook poppy seeds and 1 1/4 cups milk for 30 minutes, then add 3/4 cup milk, sugar and cornstarch. Cook for 5 minutes. Cool.
The dough needs ... flour will make kolaches tough.) Let rise ... such as prune, poppy seed, cottage cheese, ... and prune. More expensive but delicious.
In a cup, ... with butter while kolaches are still hot. ... dried prunes. Cook, drain, pit and mash. Add 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon and sugar to taste. Mix well.
Scald milk and ... rises, shape the Kolaches into ovals, or ... of water, mash, add sugar as desired, and beat until smooth. Nuts may be added if desired.
Mix yeast with 1/2 cup warm milk, teaspoon of sugar and allow to rise. Sift flour, add sugar, lemon peel, salt, vanilla, sugar, the risen yeast and ...
Scald sugar and salt with boiling water and cool. Dissolve yeast and sugar in warm water and let work. Add the 2 beaten eggs and the yeast mixture to ...
In a small bowl dissolve yeast and 1 tablespoon sugar in warm milk; let stand 10 minutes. In large mixing bowl combine 2 cups flour, remaining sugar, ...
Beat sugar, salt, ... rounded tablespoon per kolache. Cook in heavy saucepan; stir while cooking on lower heat until thickened. Use 1 tablespoon per kolache.
May be purchased ... or apricot filling. POPPY SEED: Roll dough ... minutes after they have almost doubled in size, 30 minutes. Grease lightly, cool on racks.
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