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Recipe Cock with poppy filling

Ingredients:
  • Wheat Flour - 1 Kilogram
  • Butter - 150 Grams
  • Raisins - 150 grams
  • Sesame - 20 Grams
  • Dry active yeast - 10 Grams
  • Sugar-sand - 150 Grams
  • Poppy - 150 Grams
  • Coconut shaving - 50 Grams
  • Honey - 150 Grams
  • Pistachios - 20 Grams
Instructions

In a large bowl we sift 1 kg of flour. We make the spoon: warm up 50 ml of milk, add yeast and 2 tablespoons into it. Sahara. The resulting mixture is added to the flour, mixed and left in a warm place for 10 minutes. Now you can add the remaining milk, salt, sugar and egg to the dough. Then add the melted and cooled butter to the flour mix. Now about 5 minutes with our hands dough. As soon as the dough stops sticking to your hands - cover it with a towel and leave it for 1 hour in a warm place. In the meantime, the dough rises, we will fill the filling. Poppy pour a small amount (about 1.5 cups) of water, bring to a boil and cook for about 5 minutes. Then strain the poppy through the finest sieve. Swell the poppy with a blender or mortar. Mix the mashed up poppy, washed raisins, coconut shavings, squirrels and honey. And now the fun begins - we will form cocks. To do this, take the most ordinary white sheet A4, draw on it the offices of the cockerel and cut them with scissors. When the dough is right - take about 1/6 of it, roll it into a flat cake and cut out the cockerel from the dough according to the template we made. Then we make a similar cake, cut out the cockerel at the office again, but retreat from the edge by about 0.5 cm - we need a little cockerel. Then we put a smaller filling on the cockerel, and cover it with a cockerel. We protect the edges. Now begins the art of pure water. Each rooster is greased with a beaten egg. With the help of pistachios, sesame and poppy decorate our cockerel, giving it a more cock-like appearance :) Bake for 15-20 minutes at 200 degrees until the golden color of the dough. While one cockerel in the oven - we sculpt another, and so until the dough and filling are finished. Done! :)

Servings: 24

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