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Walnut and Poppyseed Crescents

    

Small tasty crescents with favourite Christmas fillings.

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No. of servings

34

Ready in

Difficulty

high

 

 

all-purpose flour / plain flour7oz200grams
egg yolk4pcs4pieces
flour medium8.75oz250grams
flour medium1tsp1teaspoon
fresh yeast1oz30grams
ground poppy seeds7oz200grams
ground walnuts7oz200grams
powdered sugar1.75oz50grams
salt-
semi skimmed milk 1,5%0.9cup220milliliters
sugar granulated1tsp1teaspoon
sugar granulated5.75oz160grams
unsalted butter4.75oz135grams
water1tbsp1tablespoon

1. Dough preparation

unsalted butter 4.75 oz (135 g)

Warm up and melt the butter.

Dough preparation

2. 

fresh yeast 1 oz (30 g)  semi skimmed milk 1,5% ½ cup (120 ml)  sugar granulated 1 tsp  flour medium 1 tsp

Put a little sugar and flour into a lukewarm milk, add yest and let the starter rise.

3. 

all-purpose flour / plain flour 7 oz (200 g)  flour medium 8.75 oz (250 g)  powdered sugar 1.75 oz (50 g)  salt  egg yolk 2 pcs

In a bowl pour both kind of flour, add sugar, pinch of salt, egg yolks, pour in butter and starter.

4. 

Properly knead thicker, non-sticky dough.

5. 

Cover the dough and let it rise in a warm place for about an hour.

6. 

Take pieces of the dough, form the balls and measure. Each ball has 25 g.

7. 

Cover the balls and let it rise for 20-25 minutes.

8. Poppy seeds filling

semi skimmed milk 1,5% 3.25 tbsp (50 ml)  sugar granulated 2.75 oz (80 g)  ground poppy seeds 7 oz (200 g)

Cook the milk with sugar, pour in poppy seed, blend, recook, remove from the heat and cover.

Poppy seeds filling

9. Walnut filling

semi skimmed milk 1,5% 3.25 tbsp (50 ml)  sugar granulated 2.75 oz (80 g)  ground walnuts 7 oz (200 g)

Cook the milk with sugar, pour in walnuts, blend, recook, remove from the heat and cover.

Walnut filling

10. Filling and forming of crescents

Roll out half of balls into thin oval shapes (about 12x6 cm).

Filling and forming of crescents

11. 

Evenly divide poppy seed filling over the prepared ovals. Form the filling into the cylinder.

12. 

Slighly overlap the edges of dough over the filling.

13. 

Overlap top edge of dough and bottom edge over the filling (they should overlap only slightly just to join)...

14. 

Turn the dough with connection down...

15. 

...and with hands gently finish the form so small cylinder, about 13-14 cm long, is created.

16. 

Bend poppy seed crescents into a horseshoe and place them on the tray covered with baking paper.

17. 

egg yolk 2 pcs  water 1 tbsp

Beat the egg yolks with water and brush the crescents. Let it dry in a cold place.

18. 

Repeat the process with second half of balls and fill them with walnut filling. Shape the crescents into a half-moon.

19. 

Let the crescents rise in a warm place for 15 minutes.

20. 

Bake at 390°F (200°C) for 15-18 minutes.

21. 

Let the baked crescents cool down. Store in a closed container in and keep cold. It is best at the next and following days after baking.

Bon appetit!

 

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