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Italian variation on the Rose Pie theme

Cooked Italian variation on the theme of cake rose

Time to cook: 60 minutes

Total Servings: 6

Nutritional Value

Hi All. I just recently became a level 5 cook. So, for the occasion, here's an Italian pie from me. A simple recipe, but beautiful and delicious. And we are in the full swing of spring!

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Ingredients for the Italian variation on the theme "cake "rose":

  • Wheat Flour / Flour (Manitoba or w/c) - 250 g
  • Milk - 90 ml
  • Butter - 60 g
  • Sugar - 50 g
  • Flavoring (vanilla or lemon flavoring, a few drops in the recipe) - 1 teaspoon
  • Chicken egg - 1 pc
  • yeast (0,5 pack) - 25 g
  • Salt (on the tip of a knife)
  • Jam (or jam)

How to cook Italian variation on the theme "pie "rose" step by step with photos

This recipe on the Italian blog was meant for the bread maker, and I'm writing the exact order of the ingredients for that secret Italian bread maker: milk, yeast, sugar, half the flour, salt, melted butter, salt, the remaining flour, vanilla flavoring, and an egg. But, of course, each hostess's bread maker may have a very different sequence. So, read your instructions, friends :-)

I do not have a bread maker and I bake these recipes very easily according to the usual technology of preparing all products in the yeast baking series. Prepare the sourdough: dissolve fresh yeast in 90 ml of warm milk, add a little sugar, cover the mixture with a napkin. While the dough is standing, prepare all the ingredients for the dough and knead: whisk sugar and uncold egg, then add melted butter, flavoring and risen starter, salt and then sifted flour.

Knead everything well with your hands, cover with a napkin and leave in a warm place for 20-30 minutes.

Then you pierce the dough in a few places and leave it to rise again.

On a lightly floured surface, shape the dough into a loaf and cut it into 11-12 pieces.

I used this recipe twice for a contest and played with the number of "of roses". By the third time my flowers, which were supposed to represent spring in the final picture, had already wilted. So the 3rd time did not happen and I'll say just from experience that the ideal number - 11-12 pieces. 8 - was not enough, because when you put it formed a void between the roses, they were falling down, but in the end, all in all, turned out pretty good pie. In the middle of each circle, put some non-liquid jam (in my case, blackberry jam), roll them up, and put them in a greased mold.

This is a photo from my second experiment with raspberry jam, when I decided to cut them out perfectly, with a mug. I ended up with scraps and made 4 more out of them. And I ended up with my 16 "rosettes" just didn't want to fit nicely in the bread mold. Conclusion: Only 11 to 12, and not just put them in 2 rows, but in staggered order, and they have to touch each other.

Bake the cake in a preheated oven at 180 for about 30 minutes. Well, I think the owners of bread baking machines know themselves what buttons there have to be pressed. But in the recipe it was written (if I translated it correctly) that the dough should be left in the oven overnight, and then baked in the morning for 20-23 minutes, sprinkled with powdered sugar. That said, you still need to periodically make sure that it doesn't stick. This is my first pie.

This is the second. Help yourself to... And I wish you all the best of luck with any baking and a real spring mood every day.

Nutritional Value:

Whole Dish:
1755.2 Calories
48.2 g
61.3 g
257.6 g
Per Serving:
292.5 Calories
8 g
10.2 g
42.9 g
325 Calories
8.9 g
11.4 g
47.7 g

Salt, Flour, Sugar, Butter, Sweet, Eggs, Milk, Vanilla, Yeast, Baking, Jam, Cakes, Flavoring, Pastry

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