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Dear all commentators! Thanks to all for your great comments. As I am in a hurry now I do not have enough time to respond them right now. I will go through your comments very carefully and I will answer all of them. Promise…. you know, I keep my promises ;-)
Till then, you might go to the kitchen and bake the raised pastry filled with cocoa. Its Hungarian name is:“kakaós csiga“. I will try to translate: cocoa snail – this is a word by word translation.
Mercè from Spain asked the recipe of the chocolate cake. Sorry, Mercè I could not find that recipe but I do hope you will enjoy this pastry as well. It is my son’s favourite pastry and he eats it with milk.
Ingredients: 600 g flour; 2 yolks; 30 g yeast; a pinch of salt; 2 rounded tablespoon of sugar; 2 tablespoon oil; milk as to necessity – about 500 ml
I am sure, you have already prepared a raised pastry. So, use all ingredients and knead the dough and leave it to rise. I do it this way. For the pastry:
In small bowl, dissolve yeast in slightly warm milk with 1 teaspoon of the sugar. Let stand 5-8 minutes. Combine flour, remaining sugar and salt. Add yeast mixture, oil and egg yolks; mix lightly, knead it until it smooth.
When it has risen
put it on the desk and roll it out
put some grease (butter) on the pastry
sprinkle the pastry with sugar, cocoa and instant cocoa
coil the pastry
slice the pastry
place every piece into a well-greased baking tin, leave it to rise again for about 15 minutes, then bake in a preheated 200 degree oven.
The pastry is ready!!! Hurray!! Yummy! Enjoy!
See you soon,
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