Poppy Seed Crescents, Kifli, Rogaliki
A thin, delicate cake filled with freshly ground poppy seed and honey.
Also known as Kiflice or Kipferl, is a popular traditional pastry in Hungary and other Central European countries. It is a crescent-shaped, buttery pastry that is typically made with a simple yeast or dough that is rolled out, cut into small triangles, and then shaped into crescent shapes before baking.
The dough for Hungarian Kifli is made with basic ingredients such as flour, butter, sugar, salt, and yeast, which are mixed together to form a soft, pliable dough. The dough is then rolled out and cut into small triangles, and a dollop of filling, such as jam, ground walnuts, or poppy seeds, is placed at the wide end of each triangle. The dough is then rolled up from the wide end to the narrow end, creating a crescent shape.
The Kifli pastries are then baked until they are golden brown, resulting in a deliciously flaky and buttery texture.
Hungarian Kifli is a popular treat during holidays and special occasions, and it is often enjoyed as a breakfast pastry, a snack, or a dessert. It is beloved for its delicate, melt-in-your-mouth texture and delightful flavor.
Ingredients: Eggs, Flour, Sugar, Butter, Yeast, Salt, Milk, Poppyseed, Vanilla Sugar, Starch.
Weight: 440g / 1b
Best eaten within two weeks after shipment.
Keep in a dry and cool place/refrigerator closed in a container or wrapped in a foil.
May contain traces of nuts including peanuts, powdered milk, soybeans and sesame
- 440g / 1 lb