Saturday, December 26, 2009

Mákos Guba

It is one of the traditional Xmas foods around here.
In the original recepie one takes the simple "kifli" (much like hot dog rolls) dunk in milk, pour sugared ground poppy seeds over.
The way I make it...
Start with baking braids from sweet yeast dough sprinkled with roughly cut up walnuts and sugar.

Then cutting them up into bite sized pieces.

Soak them in boiling hot milk, that has sugar and lots of vanilla sugar in. put them into an oven proof dish, and sprinkle every layer with ground poppy seed mixed with powdered and vanilla sugar.

Put small bits of butter at the top and put in the oven until the edges are crispy.

Serve with extra sugared poppy, or if one fould find it dry, with some fruit syrup or jelly.

Yumm. Not for the faint of hearth, or the ones trying to loose weight...

3 comments:

Isis said...

I think the original rolls look yummy enough... but wouldn't mind tasting the final result !

ritarenata said...

imadom

peony said...

You are both welcome to my house... I will make you this...