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This is the best recipe for soft kifli or crescent rolls. The recipe is from my mother in law and it's really the best. They turn out soft, tasty and mouth melting and even stay soft for several days. Basically, when you add milk or yogurt in the dough, you can't make a mistake, they give taste and softness to the kifli. And you need to knead well the dough - that's always the most important thing.
THE BEST RECIPE FOR SOFT KIFLI
THE BEST RECIPE FOR SOFT KIFLI
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THE BEST RECIPE FOR SOFT KIFLI
This is the best recipe for soft kifli or crescent rolls. The recipe is from my mother in law and it's really the best. They turn out soft, tasty and mouth melting and even stay soft for several days. Basically, when you add milk or yogurt in the dough, you...
THE BEST RECIPE FOR SOFT KIFLI
THE BEST RECIPE FOR SOFT KIFLI
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Easy, fast, delicious piroshki! Ingredients for the filling are optional, you can use whatever you want to. Perogies with minced meat are also delicious.
PIROŠKI WITH CHEESE AND HAM
PIROŠKI WITH CHEESE AND HAM
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PIROŠKI WITH CHEESE AND HAM
Easy, fast, delicious piroshki! Ingredients for the filling are optional, you can use whatever you want to. Piroshki with minced meat are also delicious.   Ingredients for dough : 3 eggs 2 cups corn flour 2 cups wheat flour 2 cups of yogurt 1 baking powder ...
PIROŠKI WITH CHEESE AND HAM
PIROŠKI WITH CHEESE AND HAM
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I remember my grandma used to prepare these sweet crescents when I was a kid. I would wait impatiently till they were ready and I remember how the whole place smelled - like sweet heaven :) I think she called them puterki (meaning butter crescents).
SWEET KIFLI WITH JAM
SWEET KIFLI WITH JAM
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SWEET KIFLI WITH JAM
I remember my grandma used to prepare these sweet kifli crescent rolls when I was a kid. I wo uld wait impatiently till they were ready and I remember how the whole place smelled - like sweet heaven :) I think she called them p uterki (meaning b utter kifli...
SWEET KIFLI WITH JAM
SWEET KIFLI WITH JAM
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This is the simplest cake you can imagine, it is delicious and done in no time. The combination of biscuit, cherries and sour cream is perfect.
"Ladyfingers" or as we call them "Piškoti" (often referred to with their original Italian name, Savoiardi or spongy toes in Britain) are sweet spongy biscuits, shaped like a long finger. They are the main ingredient in many desserts. Ladyfingers originate from the end of the 15th century in the court of the Duke of Savoy and were created on the occasion of the visit of the king of France. They were later given the name Savoiardi and were recognized as "official" biscuits. They are especially appreciated by young court members and offered to visitors as a symbol of the local cuisine.
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EASY CREAMY LADYFINGER CHERRY CAKE
This is the simplest cake you can imagine, it is delicious and done in no time. The combination of biscuit, cherries and sour cream is perfect. "Ladyfingers" or as we call them "Piškoti" (often referred to with their original Italian name, Savoiardi or spon...
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FRIED ZUCCHINIS WITH GARLIC
This is not a recipe, it's more a procedure :) This so called dish is an adding to the main dish or can use as an appetizer. It goes great before lunch with some aperitif (when I say aperitif I mean rakija, but you know that). Also, add some cheese in the ...
FRIED ZUCCHINIS WITH GARLIC
FRIED ZUCCHINIS WITH GARLIC
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I made this one for Easter. It was my first time making kozinjak with choco cream, why eat only bread when you can put some filling inside right? Normally, it turned out great. I was afraid that the cream would leak when put in the oven, but it didn't. So, many people think that making kozinjak is hard and requires special knowledge. No. It just requires time. Knead the dough-10 minutes. Leave to rest-1-2 hours. Knead and make braid. Leave to rest again. It's a resting process as you can see, no work here :)
KOZINJAK WITH CHOCO CREAM
KOZINJAK WITH CHOCO CREAM
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