|1.||Dry yeast Dough||10 gram|
|2.||Milk Dough||250 Ml|
|3.||Sugar Dough||140 gram|
|4.||Chicken egg Dough||1 PC.|
|5.||Flour Dough||3 Art.|
|6.||Butter Dough||50 gram|
|7.||Salt Dough||1 pinch|
|8.||Vegetable oil Dough||1 tbsp|
|9.||Walnuts Sprinkling||20 gram|
|10.||Cinnamon Sprinkling||1 Tsp|
|11.||Sugar Sprinkling||0,5 Art.|
|12.||Butter Sprinkling||30 gram|
1 . Stage
Pour warm milk into a bowl, add 2 tablespoons of sugar, yeast, 4 tablespoons of flour, stir and place in a warm place (until a cap appears)
2 . Stage
3 . Stage
In another bowl, we beat the egg with the remaining sugar and melted butter, adding a pinch of salt. The yeast begins to ferment, pour in 1 tbsp of vegetable oil and the eggs and sugar, stir
4 . Stage
Pour in 3 cups of sifted flour, a cup at a time, and knead the dough. We leave the dough to rise and sprinkle.
5 . Stage
I made buns with cinnamon and sugar and with nuts and sugar.
6 . Stage
The dough has risen, divide it into two parts. Divide one part into five circles. Roll out into an oblong cake. Grease with melted butter and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar.
7 . Stage
Roll up a roll, fold it and seal it. And cut at the point of the fold in two.
8 . Stage
Put it on a baking tray and spread it out.
9 . Stage
And here are the walnut ones.
10 . Stage
Curl into circles.
11 . Stage
Bake in a preheated 220 degree oven for 15 minutes.
12 . Stage
Enjoy your tea party!