Marina Gavrylyuk
Real Estate Broker

Sutton Group Summit Realty Inc., Brokerage

cell:(416) 843-1515
Visit  blog
Visit me on Facebook
Follow me on Twitter
My videos on YouTube
Personal Information
Search For Property
Toronto MLS Market Watch Reports
Buying Home
Selling Home
Mortgage Calculator
Information Center
Important Resources
The Best from My Blog
Homes for Sale in Mississauga
Homes for Sale in West Toronto Etobicoke
Client Reports
Marina's Blog
Happy Houses for Happy Families
Foody Thursday - "Little Porcupines" Pastries - Їжачки (Yizhachky)
Thursday, 24 July 2014, 02:23:33 PM

These little guys remind me the pastries of my childhood - they had different shape but similar taste. I would say this is a recipe for a beginner chef - impossible to mess up.Well, aren't those really genius recipes?

Porcupine Pastries



We got this little clay porcupine from Ukraine - he is extremely cute and seems comfortable with his pastry brothers.
But back to the recipe :)

Step 1
For the sponge butter:

6 eggs
1 1/2 cup sugar
1 cup sunflower oil
1 package baking powder - 9 gr, this is about 2 tea spoons
3 cups flour


Now, great part - dump all the ingredients but flour into a large bowl, mix well, add flour, mix again. No beating, no whipping, no rainmaking dances and you dont have to wear tutu.

Step 2
Preheat oven to 200C
Line up a cookie sheet (sheet needs to have sides, about 2-3 sm is enough) with parchment paper. Pour your butter in and even out with spatula. If you are using small cookie sheet - you might need to use 2 of them. Butter shall be about 1.5 sm high

Step 3
Bake for about 20-25 minutes or until the toothpick inserted in the middle comes out dry
Get it out, let chill, remove baking paper and using a drinking glass (about 6-7 sm in diameter) cut out round shapes. Save the leftovers

Step 4
Spread leftover cuttings on a cookie sheet and stick it back in the oven with temperature reduced to 150C for another 15 min to dry them up. Take out, let it chill then roll over with rolling pin to turn them in small crumbs.

Step 5
Filling
250gr butter - this is 2 and a half sticks - at room temperature
Whip with a hand mixer till smooth and fluffy and add in small portions
1 can of sweetened condensed milk

Step 6 - assembly and decoration
Take one round shaped piece (prepared in step 3) add some filling (prepared in step 5) and stick another round shape on top, like a sandwich. Spread a bit of filling all over this "sandwich" and roll in crumbs prepared in step 4
Decorate. We used sliced almonds for the ears, mint leaves, and chocolate chips. Porcupine's face was piped using star shaped nozzle (number 8 if I remember right) But honestly, you dont even have to decorate - the crumbs make these pastries look like baby porcupines anyways. Blond baby porcupines :)

Enjoy!
Porcupine Pastries2



Compliments of Marina Gavrylyuk
Real Estate Agent with Sutton Group Summit Realty

www.MarinaG.ca


Other Great Recipes:

Camping Special - Cooking at Pinery
"Rushnychok" Ukrainian Poppy Seed Roll
Apple Puffs
Chocolate Truffle Cake
Quick Pickles
Chicken Cacciatore
Vatrushka
Orange Rice
"Parrot Tail" Cake
Galushki
Happy Mushroom Salad
Chicken A La Bacon
Crepes
Traditional Easter Bread - Paska
Honey-Garlic Roasted Cauliflower
Cream of Mushroom Soup
Ukrainian Style Stir-Fry
Pizza Primavera
Vegetarian Borsch
Cream Puffs
Chocolate and Walnut Pastry "Alissa"
Busy Mommy's Caramel Tartlets
Kiwi Pastry
Spinach and Potato Casserole
Creamy Cheesecake
Swimmer's Choice Pasta Salad
Lemon Poppy Seed Shortbread
Shepherd's Pie
Glazed Shortbread Cookies
3D Guitar Cake
Honey Oatmeal Cookies
Avocado and Smoked Salmon Terrine
Meatballs
Waldorf Chicken Salad
Booblik + Bonus Challah Bread
Chili
Cake "Mikado"
Halloween "Pumpkin" Salad
Poutine
Eggplant Rolls
Beef Stroganoff
Fish Kebabs
Apple Cranberry Pie
Raspberry Truffle Cake
Amazing Potato Bake a la Salina
Sushi
Chocolate Croissant
Traditional Russian Pie
Pierogi with Sour Cherries
Banana Bread
Dolma, or Grape Leaf Rolls
"Melting Moments" Cookies
Chicken Cutlets
Potato Pancakes!
Awesome Spinach Salad
MY SIGNATURE STEAK


Tags:,  ,    
Categories:Happy Houses,  Recipe  
no comments so far
adminlistingsprivacy policycontactsite map
Copyright © 2002-2018. All rights reserved.
Real Estate Internet Marketing by Lone Wolf Technologies.
Lone Wolf Technologies