Rosa Cooking

A cake that grows in cold water

I've wanted to show you this for a long time, but it's never my turn. Today I accidentally remembered, so as I needed some bread for dinner, the choice was this cake.

A cake that grows in cold water

Preparation steps

  • Put yeast with sugar in warm milk to sour.
  • When it is ready, pour the flour into a mixing bowl, add oil, sour yeast, and 1/2 of a forked egg. Knead a homogeneous dough.
  • Wet a cotton cloth and put the dough on it. Tie a cloth with the dough, put it in a bowl and pour cold water. When the dough comes out it means it’s done.
  • Pour water from the wangle, untie the cloth and return the dough back to the wangle, mix and place in a round greased pan.
  • Shape the cake, coat with the other half of the beaten egg yolk and bake in a preheated oven at 200 degrees for the first 20 minutes, then increase the heat a little and bake for another 10 minutes.

Serving

The recipe is from my neighbor's old recipe book. cross section

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