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Amoniaczki (Poland) Recipe

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Contributor:  
KM
Added: Thursday, March 19, 2009

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
41/2 cups flour
61/2 Tbsp. fat
3/4 cup sugar
vanilla
2 eggs or 4 egg yolks
1/3 ammonium carbonate
3/4 cup milk
flour for sprinkling cookie sheet

Directions:
Directions:
Set aside a little flour for sprinkling. Cut fat into flour, combine with sugar, add vanilla or vanilla sugar. Warm 1/4 milk while stirring, dilute ammoniac salt in milk. (Use large saucepan because it rises quickly.)
Knead the dough with eggs and diluted ammoniac to a dough thinner than for dumplings, add milk, knead, place on plate sprinkled with flour, cover, set in cold over night. If the dough is too stiff the next day, dilute with milk, divide in two parts, roll out, prick the surface, cut out with small cookie cutter. Sprinkle the cookie sheet with flour, arrange cookies on sheet spaced to allow for rising during baking; bake to light yellow color in well-heated oven.

 

 

 

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