Those are definitely addictive; if you have them in the house they seem to call your name the whole time… :/ This is original Polish recipe so I can’t take this credit to us Ukrainians 🙂
My favorite part about this Rogaliki was the fact that they were with poppy seeds. This idea I got from friend of my. She posted picture of her Rogaliki with poppy seeds on Facebook and I soon started baking too.
Rogaliki Filling Options:
Poppy seeds with sugar, any of your favorite jam, fresh or canned cherries.
Optional: Dip them in powdered sugar when they are cooled.
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- Mix flour and yeast in a medium bowl. Cut in the butter till mixture resembles coarse meal.
- Add remaining ingredients and mix well; dough will be crumbly.
- Form into a ball, but work dough as little as possible–the less kneading, the more tender the result. Wrap the bowl with plastic wrap, chill in fridge at least 2 hours.
- Preheat oven to 375 F. Roll dough in portions, on generously floured surface. Cut triangles out of the dough. 7. Place filling on the thicker side.
- Roll wide end of triangle inside ending with smaller piece wrapping around (as croissant). Tuck point of wedge underneath so rolls wouldn’t unroll during baking. Place on a lightly oiled baking sheet, leaving space between rolls.
- Bake 30-40 min. or till golden and puffed.