Spicy platting with potatoes and French herbs


If the furnace braids not during lent, you can add to the batter together with mashed potatoes 100 g sour cream, and the surface of the braids brush with beaten egg with cream.

Spicy platting with potatoes and French herbs

Sometimes you want fresh pastries for tea. Cool spring evenings you can treat yourself to hot tea with these spicy braids.

Ingredients:

500 g wheat flour
42 g of fresh yeast
2 tsp salt
1 h. L sugar
200 ml of warm water
3 small potatoes boiled in their skins
7 tbsp olive oil
4 tsp mixture “Fragrant Herbs of Provence”
3-4 tbsp of warm water
poppy, sesame, seeds (pumpkin, sunflower), paprika

Preparation:

Sift flour into a bowl. The yeast is mixed with salt, sugar and warm water. Knead the dough-brew. Cover the dough with a towel and put in a warm place for 30 minutes. suit.

Peel the potatoes, pound in the mashed potatoes, add 3-4 tablespoons of warm water, olive oil, and a mixture of aromatic herbs.

For the approaching sponge add mashed potatoes and knead a soft elastic dough. Again, cover with a towel and put in 30 minutes. in a warm place to approach.

The dough is divided into 16 parts. From each of the 2 roll strips and weave braid of them, then form a braid. Braids shift in the pan, greased. Each braid grease with vegetable oil and sprinkle with sunflower seeds (sesame, sunflower, poppy) or paprika. Braids to 15 minutes on the rise

At this time, heat the oven to 200 degrees C. Coming up braids put in the oven on the upper level and bake until done.

Bon Appetit!

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*If the furnace braids not during lent, you can add to the batter together with mashed potatoes 100 g sour cream, and the surface of the braids brush with beaten egg with cream.

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