This is the original recipe for making paczki that was brought from Europe by my wife?s grandmother when she first arrived at Ellis Island and the onward to Pennsylvania where she finally settled.
Just how old this recipe really is I have no idea but the only thing I know is how good the paczki?s are.
You must follow this recipe exactly or it will not work well, I know, I have tried to create some shortcuts that were ok but not as good.
This recipe yields 4dozen of the most delicious punczki that you ever had.
Remember all ingredients should be room temperature.
? ounce yeast in ? cup warm water
warm ? quart milk
add to the yeast and warm milk 3 cups flour and let rise for about ? hour to create what is called a sponge.
? quart warm milk
? lb. Butter
2 tablespoons shortening
? cup sugar
2 tablespoons whiskey
3.Mix steps 1 and 2 with 6 eggs, pinch of salt, 9 cups flour and mix until you get a really good textured dough.
Let the dough rise until double in size, cut the dough into 2 ounce pieces and form balls.
Place the dough balls on a well oiled flat pan, let them rise for about ? hour to about ? hour.
Fry dough balls in 350 degree oil until well browned on both sides then put them on a brown paper bag to drain the oil form frying.
Let cool for a while and fill using a pastry bag with a tip that has a whole about the size of a pencil, roll in sugar or 10x sugar and enjoy with a hot cup of coffee.
You can fill them with prune leckvar or any jellies that you like.
This is another post in my easy recipes series, aimed at new students who are leaving home and suddenly find themselves having never cooked a real meal before. If you're keeping up with my other articles, you should be able to cook for yourself at least a couple of nights a week by now, and you should have realized how fun it is to cook for yourself, and how much better the food can be compared to the rubbish pre-made stuff they sell at the store. Well, today I'd like to add another easy recipe to rapidly growing arsenal of awesomely tasty food with which to impress your new university buddies and potential female interests! Today we're going to head to Mexico and make a simple and easy basic Enchilada.
An Enchilada to you or I is basically a corn tortilla wrapped around some fillings, with cream on the top and baked. The Enchiladas traditionally sold by street vendors in Mexico though are actually just plain tortillas, dipped in sauce and eaten without fillings! Don't worry though, we'll be making the tastier and altogether more filling kind that are wrapped around something. Here's what you'll need to serve about 2 people, and as ever I implore to try this out yourself before attempting to woo a date with it… Ingredients: 1 skinless chicken breast 1 package of tortillas 1 cup of cream 1 cup of mushrooms 1 garlic clove 1 tbsp of butter 100g grated cheese Instructions: Place the chicken in some boiling water with the garlic and a little salt. Simmer it for 45 to 55 minutes.
It should be really soft by now, so after draining the water, shred the chicken using your fingers. Next, melt the butter in the pan then add the chicken, the cream, and after a little while the mushrooms. Stir everything for 7 minutes and set some of the mix aside. Finally, spoon some of the chicken mix onto the tortillas, wrap them and close them with a toothpick. Put them in a dish suitable for baking, scatter the grated cheese on top, and bake them on medium heat for about 20 minutes. Personally, I suggest serving them with a nice little salad on the side, so hurry up and make one while they're baking. If you think those were tasty, wait till you try all the other enchilada recipes here. Also, check back to my author page for some more in the easy recipes series. Together, we will show the girls that guys can be awesome cooks too!
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