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I just want to say I have already seen so many recipes I can't wait to try. I am not a so called experience cook, but I have always enjoyed "home cooking" at it's finest. Thanks for all the great ideas. Can't wait to start learning and having fun doing it. I love food! :)
I added an adaptation of a traditional Czechoslovakian and Eastern European sweet yeast roll recipe. You can also make it using unbleached wheat pastry flour like what they use in Europe that is healthier & granulated cane sugar & a cup of cream that you warm in the microwave in a pyrex measuring cup for a minute & add a package of active dry yeast & a half cup of canola oil or melted butter. I modified the recipe to make it healthier & gluten free & use gluten free flour baking mix and xanthan gum to get the flour to stick together & lower glycemic coconut palm sugar that tastes like brown sugar & dairy free almond milk instead of cream & canola oil instead of butter. Kolache resemble Danish pastries but have yeast added that you allow the dough to rise for 3 hours after kneading in a ball with flour and covering with an egg wash that you make by beating an egg with a teaspoon of water and kneading into the dough ball. Kolache are made for Easter and holidays with a cream cheese, poppy seed, or fruit filling in the indented center.
just wanted to toss this out there I started a group called ask and answer it is a place where cooks can come in and ask a question about anything cooking related so if you are a seasoned cook and can help please feel free to join to help others and if you need a question answered come on in personally I will do my best to answer and if I don't know the answer I rock at researching and will do this till I find your question answered.