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Cozonac with dried fruits

Cozonac with dried fruits


I mixed the yeast with 4-5 tablespoons of warm milk, 1/2 lgt sugar and a teaspoon of flour. I mixed and left to rise for 15-20 minutes.

I put the rest of the milk in a saucepan on the fire and heated it together with the sugar, vanilla sugar and salt. When the sugar melted, I put the pan aside.

I beat the whole egg and the two yolks with a fork and I added them in the cooled milk, together with the rum essence.

I heated the butter and oil. I just let the butter melt and set it aside.

In a large bowl I sifted the flour, made a hole in the middle with my hand and put the yeast, the composition of eggs and milk, half of the butter and oil and lemon peel.

I mixed until all the ingredients were incorporated, then I turned the dough over on the table and I kneaded well for 45 minutes, gradually adding the rest of the oil and butter. The dough should come out smooth and non-sticky

I spread the dough by hand, sprinkled the dried fruit, folded and kneaded a little more until the fruit was evenly distributed.

I put the dough in the bowl, covered it with a towel and left it to rise until it doubled in volume (about an hour).

After the dough has risen, I turned it over on the table and kneaded it a little more. We divided the dough in two, we gave the shape of a roll to each piece and we knitted them by twisting.

I put the dough in a guguluf shape greased with butter and left it to rise for about half an hour, after which I greased it with beaten egg.

I baked it for about 45 -50 minutes in the preheated oven, over medium heat.





Rolls

Wanting to ignore the cold of winter, housewives cook traditional sarmale and carefully prepared desserts, such as: walnut cakes, jam croissants, poppy rolls, fruit cakes, raisin cakes, cumin and sesame pancakes, cranberry or cherry dumplings, cakes with figs etc. The cozonacs in the pictures are made by Cristina Iancu, whom we thank for showing us.

Do you like cakes? Maybe you will say that you just like to consume them.

Do you know what ingredients are needed to get a successful cake?

Today I will write to you in verse about cakes and about the winter holidays.

The joy of the winter holidays

Children with sleds went out to play…

He roasted chicken,

Or flavored with rum and grated orange peel.

It smells good in the kitchen of the house

Sarmale and pretzels from Brasov with sesame,

A lap-a-belt and a savarine…

So many goodies make you happy

Every moment of the end of the year.


Cake with dried fruits & # 8211 A cake you fall in love with from the first piece

It is about a delicious recipe that will fill your house with joy every time. In this way you will be much more appreciated in the kitchen, and your loved ones can hardly wait for the day when you will make again this cake that does not require kneading but is full of aromatic fruits.

Necessary ingredients:

  • 500 grams of white flour, 250 ml of warm milk
  • a whole egg +2 yolks, 150 grams of sugar
  • 80 grams of butter, 50 ml of oil
  • 200 grams of dried fruit (raisins, goji berries, pineapple, candied orange peel)
  • one sachet of dry yeast (7g)
  • peel of a lemon, 2 sachets of vanilla sugar
  • 2 teaspoons of rum essence, a pinch of salt
  • for greased you need a beaten egg

How to prepare cakes:

A fluffy and fragrant cake will always be to your liking, especially if it is made from natural ingredients and prepared with a lot of love and dedication.

Mix the yeast with 4-5 tablespoons of warm milk, half-a teaspoon of sugar and a teaspoon of flour. Mix everything and leave to rise for about a quarter of an hour or 20 minutes.

Heat the rest of the milk together with the sugar, vanilla sugar and salt until melted, then set aside. Then beat the whole egg together with the two yolks and immediately add them to the cooled milk, together with the rum essence.

Then heat the butter and oil, and when the butter has melted, turn off the heat. Separately in a large bowl sift the flour, make a hole in the middle by hand and put the yeast, the composition of eggs and milk, half the butter and oil and lemon peel.

Knead everything until smooth and then turn the dough on the table. Knead vigorously for 45 minutes, gradually adding the remaining oil and butter. Make sure that the dough must be smooth and non-sticky.

Spread the dough with the rolling pin then sprinkle the dried fruit, fold and knead a little until the fruit is evenly distributed. I put the dough in a bowl, cover it with a kitchen towel and leave it to rise for an hour until it has doubled in volume.

Then knead a little more and divide the dough in half, make a roll and then knit by twisting. Put the dough in a form greased with butter and leave to rise for about half an hour and then grease on top with beaten egg.

Bake in the preheated oven, over medium heat, for about 50 minutes and be careful not to burn. This way you will have a fluffy and fragrant cake that will delight your senses.


Cozonac with dried fruits

A fluffy and fragrant cake, cake prepared with freshly ground wheat flour. too good too as the country! A cake that unfolds pale-pale.

If you try my recipe for Cozonac with dried fruits, I look forward to seeing you again and telling me how much you enjoyed it.

  • 500 g flour
  • 250 ml milk
  • a whole egg + 2 yolks
  • 150 g sugar
  • 80 g butter
  • 50 ml oil
  • 200 g dried fruit (raisins, goji, pineapple, candied orange peel)
  • one sachet of dry yeast (7 g)
  • lemon peel
  • 2 sachets of vanilla sugar
  • 2 teaspoons rum essence
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • an egg

I mixed the yeast with 4-5 tablespoons of warm milk, half a teaspoon of sugar and a teaspoon of flour. I mixed and left to rise for 15-20 minutes. The yeast can also be mixed with flour. see the instructions and how to use it on its packaging. I put the rest of the milk in a saucepan on the fire and heated it together with the sugar, vanilla sugar and salt. When the sugar dissolved I put the pan aside. I beat the whole egg and the two yolks with a fork and I added them in the cooled (warm) milk. I flavored it with essence.
I put the butter and oil in a saucepan on the fire. I just let the butter melt and set it aside.
In a larger bowl I sifted the flour and made a hole in the middle of it. I put the yeast, the mixture of eggs and milk, half of the butter and oil and the lemon peel.
I mixed until all the ingredients were incorporated, then I turned the dough over on the worktop. I kneaded it for about 45 minutes, gradually adding the rest of the oil and butter. The dough should come out smooth and non-sticky
I spread the dough a little by hand, sprinkled the dried fruit, folded and kneaded a little until the fruit was evenly distributed. I let it rise until it doubled in volume (about an hour and a half).
When the dough has risen, I turn it over on the table and knead it a little more (1 minute). I divided it in two, I gave the shape of a roll to each piece and we knitted them by twisting.
I put the dough in a guguluf shape greased with butter and left it to rise for about half an hour, then I greased it with beaten egg.
I baked it for about 45 minutes in the preheated oven, over medium heat (180 ° C). As you can see, I got a fluffy cake that broke pale-pale. How good it was!
Below I have attached some photos from the preparation.
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