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The Animal
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PostPosted: 19-Nov-06 5:51  Reply with quote

My babic'ka used to make a desert called (bear with me while I try to spell it out, I know it won"t be spelled correctly) { beloi-me-low-skey } that's as close as I can get it. She would make dough, mix it up, flatten it out by using a rolling pin.Sprincle flour on both sides then, she would cut the dough out in approx. 6''X6'' squares. Dip the cut squares in hot cooking oil, puncher a small hole in then as they were developing air pockets to let hot air out. Let cook till golden brown, take out, place on a big cookie sheet, sprinkle suger on them, and searve. They were a nice treat to have as a child growing up in Czech Culture. The Best. Cool Cool
I would like to make this for my kids.
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PostPosted: 19-Nov-06 9:04  Reply with quote

to me it sounds like it could have been boží milosti - the process sounds similar...
this is one recipe i found on the net - i don't have my mother's recipes unfortunately

cukr
olej
sůl
rum 1 lžíce
žloutek 3 ks
smetana 1 lžíce
mouka hladká 150 g
cukr moučka

sugar
oil
salt
1 tablespoon rum
3 egg yolks
1 tablespoon sweet cream
150 grams flour (my mother used all-purpose for this type of flour in the u.s.)
powdered sugar

Mix the flour with egg yolks. Add a pinch of salt and a bit of sugar. Flavor with the rum and mix with the cream. Knead until you have a smooth dough that doesn't stick (add flour as necessary). Let the dough rest in a cool place for about an hour. Role out thin sheet on a floured board. Using cutter or small knife, cut out different shapes (rectangles or triangles are the best). Cut a small slit in the middle. Fry in hot oil (tou can use a deeper pan or a frier) until golden brown. Let excess oil drain off then sprinkle with powdered sugar.
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PostPosted: 19-Nov-06 9:08  Reply with quote

to me it sounds like it could have been boží milosti - the process sounds similar...
this is one recipe i found on the net - i don't have my mother's recipes unfortunately

cukr
olej
sůl
rum 1 lžíce
žloutek 3 ks
smetana 1 lžíce
mouka hladká 150 g
cukr moučka

sugar
oil
salt
1 tablespoon rum
3 egg yolks
1 tablespoon sweet cream
150 grams flour (my mother used all-purpose for this type of flour in the u.s.)
powdered sugar

Mix the flour with egg yolks. Add a pinch of salt and a bit of sugar. Flavor with the rum and mix with the cream. Knead until you have a smooth dough that doesn't stick (add flour as necessary). Let the dough rest in a cool place for about an hour. Role out thin sheet on a floured board. Using cutter or small knife, cut out different shapes (rectangles or triangles are the best). Cut a small slit in the middle. Fry in hot oil (tou can use a deeper pan or a frier) until golden brown. Let excess oil drain off then sprinkle with powdered sugar.
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PostPosted: 20-Nov-06 0:35  Reply with quote

That sounds correct, I forgot some of the process of how to make them.

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PostPosted: 01-Jul-10 3:22  Reply with quote

The Animal wrote:
That sounds correct, I forgot some of the process of how to make them.

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I spoke with a real dobrě friend of mine today about Boží milosti today.
Ja was wondering Rolling Eyes jak hot is the cooking oil susposed to be ? Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: 12-Jul-10 4:52  Reply with quote

Idea Rolling Eyes I looked at the stove and it is just a dial to turn to adjust your heat settings so, that would make it hard to answer a question. Vím if it is too hot and the oil cathes on hoří then it is too hot. Laughing Laughing Laughing Děkuji everyone, I will just have to play with the heat. Laughing Rolling Eyes
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