Submitted by enr on 21 Jun 2010
200 g yogurt
200 g sugar
3 eggs
2 tsp soda
2 tsp cinnamon
4 tbsp honey
100 g ground walnuts
flour as necessary
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Involved medium soft dough sour milk, eggs, sugar, honey, baking soda, cinnamon, ground walnuts and flour. Once the dough knead well, roll it with a rolling pin and made into the cookies, using the shapes of your choice. Arrange in greased pan and bake at 200 C for about 15 minutes in preheated oven. Once roasted, optional can dip in melted chocolate. Honey cookies arrange in a plate and ready to serve.
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21 Jun 2010


Rumi, in both recipes using the phrase *namarsena Baking pan*. What does that mean - *oiled*, *floured* or *buttered and floured pan*?

Hmmm ... but I am ... because I live in Macedonia ... less words alone confuse them ... so it is not as you listen regularly mother tongue .. ha ha .. yet thank that reminded me.

Yes, I profile that from Macedonia. And you say, but they are implied. And because my recipe is interesting, so I wanted to clarify the issue with the baking pan.

Thank you for having me know! .. Otherwise himself from Razgrad, but here alone married for 8 years ... greeting to you and all the best.

hello wonderful the second time and do them all like them :) greetings upload photos

could not nuts to knead the dough

sweet are great, very soft and just how smell. I have not put nuts in the dough and I have melts into chocolate.

I would like to make sweet and please tell me approximately how much flour goes for medium soft dough and dough which is medium soft confectionery my skills are not great. Thank you.

I want to do but can not interfere soft dough is firm in my dough becomes a problem?

BlueCaramel, complex issue is how soft medium soft dough is a matter of sense and sense is acquired with experience ... Some of the recipes do not even approximate amounts of flour and I would recommend if you do not feel safe to try a more accurate recipe. If you do decide to try - mixes nice wet ingredients and little by little put the flour, initially stirred with a spoon and then with your hand, as you want the dough does not stick, but remain soft. If the dough you become more solid and sweet then will be more dense and solid.

The best thing would be a cooked recipe to say how much dough is gone, if Merrill :)

and I have a problem with the concept of soft dough, made them but received degree-so I put a lot of flour and sugar is less need to put more than 200 grams of sugar, otherwise you ate them, there is nothing that they were degree and not so sweet :)

I am not of flour, but took about 800 grams. and I believe that more can be added sugar

I just wonder if it would not be good to have a little masaltse?