Hruba mouka? Exists in US?

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Saintdennis
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Postby Saintdennis » 25-Oct-09 2:35

Use all purpose unbleached flour


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I'm looking for the recipe for pernik na strouhani.Can someone help me????
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Postby Dannae » 25-Oct-09 8:07

Saintdennis wrote:Use all purpose unbleached flour


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This one will not work - I know that already. Only Wondra is the right kind.
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Postby meluzina » 25-Oct-09 11:00

Dannae wrote:Thank you all for nice tips! I shall try what I can - I did manage the yeast dough with all purpose flour and it was so so fine but the potato dumplings just need something else.
Thank you soooooooooo MUCH again!!!! :lol:


try using cream of wheat (not the instant kind) - i think that is the same as dětská krupička ?? in your potato dumplings - tip i learnt from an old aunt of mine years abnd years ago
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Postby Petronela » 26-Oct-09 11:22

You can also order hrubou mouku on line, polohrubou too.
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Postby Dannae » 26-Oct-09 15:12

Petronela wrote:You can also order hrubou mouku on line, polohrubou too.
Cool - but do you know the website? Because I looked and looked :cry:
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Postby Petronela » 26-Oct-09 15:36

http://www.slovczechvar.com/?page=20&ca ... ategory=12

Here you go Dannae :)

I order from them a lot and only issue I’ve ever had was some candy melting. Most likely it was the UPS man’s fault for having the package in his truck all day in the middle of July. So to be on the safe side I just don’t order any candy in the summer …
Other then that they super quick on getting the order out and take PayPal so you don’t even have to give out your CC# if you don't want to.
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Postby Dannae » 26-Oct-09 15:47

Petronela wrote:http://www.slovczechvar.com/?page=20&category=1&subcategory=12

Here you go Dannae :)

I order from them a lot and only issue I’ve ever had was some candy melting. Most likely it was the UPS man’s fault for having the package in his truck all day in the middle of July. So to be on the safe side I just don’t order any candy in the summer …
Other then that they super quick on getting the order out and take PayPal so you don’t even have to give out your CC# if you don't want to.
Thank you VERY MUCH !!!! That's great!
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Postby Saintdennis » 27-Oct-09 2:34

We have a few different flour: All purpose,Whole wheat,cake flour,rye:white,medium,dark and rye chops then high gluten,barley,spelt and list go on and on. For dumplings use all purpose flour unbleached that I use, bread flour or mix whole wheat with all porpuse flour.




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I'm looking for the recipe for pernik na strouhani.Can someone help me????
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Postby Dannae » 27-Oct-09 2:46

I tried to use all purpose for bread dumplings. Those were fine. But for potato dumplings you need hruba mouka (hard coarsed kind). Every time I used all purpose, potato dumplings did not survive the boiling process :cry: ... I had something like mashed potatoes instead :roll:
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Postby Saintdennis » 27-Oct-09 5:30

try use one cup whole wheat flour and two all purpose flour.Mix it and you will see if your dumplings come OK. If you will have some problem that use more whole wheat flour and if they will too hard use last whle wheat flour.


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