Bukme pastries are fine pastries that are eaten with tea, they are beautiful crispy and puffy. They are traditionally made with tahini paste, link in the recipe how you can make it yourself / of course you can replace it with peanut butter, an equal amount of ground walnuts, hazelnuts a little milk
- The recipe is from my blog / Link / recipe for tahini paste / here /. Put sifted flour, add sugar, yeast and salt, stir. Make a hole in the middle and put egg / lightly beat it with a fork / olive oil and milk. Knead a smooth dough that does not stick. Cover with cling film and kitchen cloth, let warm rises some 20min. Prepare the stuffing mixture: mix tahini paste and / or the same amount of ground walnuts and a little hot milk or use peanut butter / add sugar and ground walnuts, mix everything together into a mixture.
- Divide the dough into two parts. Roll out each part thinly / a little thicker than for the noodles / coat with the filling / half. Make a hole in the middle of the dough, twist the dough on all sides starting from the hole until you reach the end. a large strip .Take each strip and further part with your hands
- Roll one roll into a snail. Place on a baking sheet on which you have previously placed baking paper. Repeat the process until you have used up all the ingredients. You should get 6 pieces / you can of course work less and you will get more. Cover the rolls with a cloth leave to stand warm 1h. Coat with melted butter and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Bake at 180C / 30min or until they get a fine golden color.
- Allow to cool slightly then serve with tea.