An excellent pastry for any occasion
Christmas, new year, guests coming – these snow crescents will be a favourite treat for everyone. If you haven’t tried them yet, don’t wait, you and your guests won’t regret it!
25 dkg fat (or butter, but not margarine)
2 dkg fresh yeast
50 dkg flour
1,5 dl sour cream
pinch of salt
1 tablespoon of powdered caster sugar
Whisk fat or butter for 15-20 minutes until creamy and add yeast (you can put the yeast in 0,5 dl warm water beforehand). Add flour, sour cream, salt and sugar. Leave it in the fridge for a night. Next day spread the dough with a rolling pin 0,5 cm thick. Cut squares, put filling on each square: jam, poppy seeds, ground walnuts or chestnuts. Fold dough and form crescents bending the ends. Bake on 180 degrees until golden brown. When cooled, sprinkle powdered sugar on the crescents to make them “snowy”.
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