They are suitable for breakfast, dinner, with kebabs, burgers, sudzuk, with white cheese and watermelon, ..., and a special taste and smell is felt during Ramadan: -)). FRIENDLY!
- Mix flour with powdered milk. Transfer to a deeper bowl.
- Make a depression in the middle in which fresh yeast is crushed. Add sugar, a little salt and with a little water, lightly knead a thin dough with a small wooden spoon, taking a small amount of flour into the cavity. Leave to rise for about 10 minutes. You will have a lot of flour left on the side.
- When this thin dough is added, add the other ingredients to the depression: oil, 4% strength wine vinegar and salt to taste. With light movements of a wooden spoon, mix the mixture into the cavity with the constant addition of lukewarm water and knead a soft dough that can stand on the spoon.
- Leave the resulting soft dough to rise.
- When the dough has risen, mix to lower the dough.
- Let it rise again.
- In the meantime, preheat the oven to 300 * C (or the maximum temperature on your stove).
- Place the older pan in the oven to warm up. Remove from the oven, fry the butter with frozen movements over the bottom.
- Again, quickly lift the bowl with the dough, twist it a little so that the dough starts to fall, and in the air with kitchen scissors tear off the pieces that will fall into the pan.
- Dip your fingers in water and give your fingers the shape of a bun. Quickly put in the oven to bake.
- When almost baked, place on a kitchen towel and cover.
- Do the same with the remaining dough until you have used it up. The size of the bun depends on the amount of dough you have torn off.
- When forming buns, you can sprinkle them with sesame and turkey.
- Here's what the cross section of the torn pieces and the torn piece look like.
- PICTURE OVERVIEW OF THE MAKING PROCEDURE: 1. Knead with a wooden spoon… 2. Soft dough… 3. ... standing on the spoon 4. Leave to add 5. Mix 6. The dough has come off 7. Tear off a piece 8. Give it a shape with wet fingers 9. Baked 10. Baked with and without leeks and sesame 11. Cross section of torn pieces 12. Torn piece
Our grandmothers formed them from several flours and would form them in damp linen cloths on a wooden board. They covered and led to bake in the city's wooden bakeries.