February 27th, 2010Posted by the ninja
The ninja wrote about Paczki Day earlier this month. This really made the ninja hungry for the traditional Polish treat eaten on that day, Punchkis. And he decided to make some. Well, with that said the ninja set out on a quest to find a Punchki recipe, which was easier said than done. Yeah, the ninja can cook. And after more than a little digging he found a pretty good recipe, being a nice ninja he decided to share it here, saving you the effort for looking for your own. Enjoy, just don’t down too many of them and you will keep your delicious figure. Punchki Ingredents
- 7 cups flour
- 6-7 tbls. butter
- 5 tbls. sugar
- 1 tsp. salt
- flavoring (optional)
- (almond, lemon, or rum)
- 1-2 eggs
- 2 packages yeast
- 2 1/4 cups milk
- oil (canola)
- brown paper bag (cut up)
- granulated sugar
- Make sure you have a large bowl and mix the flour, butter, sugar, salt and flavoring together.
- Add the eggs to the mixture.
- Mix the yeast with some warm milk, make sure that the milk doesn’t get too hot and mix it with the rest of the ingredients.
- Let the dough rise for 40 minutes.
- Roll the dough out on your counter until it is about 1/3 of any inch thick.
- Use a cookie cutter or a large glass to cut out the Punchki.
- Let them rise again until they are slightly puffy.
- Heat the canola oil in a two inch deep pan and place them in the oil to fry.
- Drain the excess oil out of the Punchki on some paper, paper towels work.
- While they are still warm role them in some granulated sugar and will them with your desired filling.
What is Your Opinion? Leave a Comment