Hello everybody, it’s Louise, welcome to my recipe site. Today, we’re going to make a special dish, hungarian sweet "cow's curd" pastry (túrós batyu). It is one of my favorites food recipes. This time, I’m gonna make it a bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.
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Available in all patisseries and pastry stalls wherever you are in Hungary. This is not available in the UK so I used a mixture.
To begin with this particular recipe, we have to prepare a few components. You can cook hungarian sweet "cow's curd" pastry (túrós batyu) using 16 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.
The ingredients needed to make Hungarian Sweet "Cow's Curd" Pastry (Túrós Batyu):
- Get For the pastry
- Take 600 g all-purpose flour
- Prepare 320 ml milk
- Make ready 1 egg, beaten
- Prepare Pinch salt
- Prepare 2 tbsp sugar
- Prepare 80 g melted butter
- Prepare 2,5 g fresh yeast
- Take For the filling
- Prepare 200 g creamy cow's curd cheese
- Make ready 4 tbsp semolina
- Get 3 tbsp sugar
- Prepare Few drops of vanilla essence
- Take Grated zest of 1 lemon
- Prepare 3 tbsp sultanas
- Get 1 egg seperated
Instructions to make Hungarian Sweet "Cow's Curd" Pastry (Túrós Batyu):
- Dissolve the yeast in warm milk,and leave it for 15 mins. Mix the flour with the salt and sugar,add the egg, milk and yeasty milk.Knead it for 10 minutes.Add the melted butter and knead for another 5 minutes.Cover it and leave it in a warm place for about one hour, until it doubles in size.
- Make the filling. In Hungary we use creamy cow's curd, but if you dont have it, try to substitute it with ricotta or cottage cheese. We mix the cow's curd with semolina,sugar, vanilla essence,lemon zest,sultanas, and egg yolks. Beat the egg whites until firm and add it to the ricotta mix. The texture should be creamy but not runny. If it's runny then add more semolina.
- On a floured surface, roll the dough out with a rolling pin, until approximately 3 mm thick. Cut it into 10×10 cm squares. Put a tablespoon of ricotta mix in the middle of each square. Pinch all 4 corners together and pinch it together.
- Put them on a parchment paper on a baking tray, cover them, and let them rise again for 30 minutes.Preheat the oven to 180 degree celsius, or gas level 6. Once risen, glaze them with the beaten egg and bake them for 25-30 minutes.
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Túrós batyu - Sweet ricotta parcels This is a delicious breakfast pastry to go with your morning coffee. Available in all patisseries and pastry stalls wherever you are in Hungary. The filling is traditionally made of the creamy cow's curd cheese that is used in so many Hungarian desserts. This is not available in the UK so I used a mixture. It's a morning pastry stuffed with túró , a snow-white fresh curd cheese with a beguiling sweet-tart brightness. Hungarian Sweet "Cow's Curd" Pastry (Túrós Batyu) all-purpose flour, milk, egg, beaten, salt, sugar, melted butter, fresh yeast, creamy cow's curd cheese Alice M A true Hungarian favourite is the 'cottage cheese bundle' or 'túrós batyu'. This is either made out of puff pastry or shortcrust pastry made with plenty of eggs. The emphasis is on the filling, though - it is filled with a juicy cottage cheese filling with the addition of raisins. Sweet Cottage Cheese Pacels (Túrós Batyu) by Helen M Radics (me :)) - Recipe in both English and Hungarian (Magyar recept az Angol utan kovetkezik) This is a very traditional pastry in Hungary, usually served for breakfast with milk, tea, coffee or hot chocolate. But it is also a great snack any time of the day, especially on the go. It should be flat rather than a round roll shape. Once rolled you could cut the pastry edges clean off the end and sides if you need to. Place on a lined baking sheet and make the second strudel. Mix the pastry ingredients together until you get a shortcrust pastry type of dough and rest it for half an hour in the fridge. It doesn't need lining and I cut the pastry to the size of the tray base. Ezt a mákos sütit mindenki imádni fogja. Rumos mazsola is van benne, szóval igazán finom, és persze kiadós. I was seeking for a dessert recipe in my cookbooks when the description of these lovely cottage cheese bundles got into my hands. I last baked them years ago, so it was time to dust off the recipe and greet the fragrant túrós batyu (this is how it is called in Hungarian) in my home again. The bundles are made from a light yeast dough, filled with soft, vanilla flavoured cottage cheese cream.
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