They are called 64 because they turn out to be 64. They can be filled with cheese, jam, nutella.
- Put half of the flour in a bowl and make a hollow. Put 1 whole egg and one yolk in it. Leave the egg white to coat. Add oil, salt, sugar, yeast and milk.
- Knead a smooth dough, not too hard. I got 90dag of flour, and the rest for rolling the dough.
- Leave for about 15 minutes and when it rises, stir.
- Divide it into eight parts and shape into balls. Arrange the balls on a floured surface. Divide the margarine into 4 parts.
- Roll each ball thinly and spread with margarine. Cut the ends of the dough, as if you were going to make a triangle but not to the end, then fold one part over the other. Put it on a floured tray and cover with a cloth. Repeat with all the balls. .
- Then each part is rolled into a circle and divided into 8 triangles, you put the stuffing.
- Put them in the oven at 160-180 degrees for about 20 minutes until they turn brown. It depends on the oven. Towards the end, they are coated with egg whites.
The rolls are like croissants, puff pastry and crispy.