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Cinnamon and chocolate croissants

Cinnamon and chocolate croissants


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Knead the yeast lightly by hand together with a teaspoon of sugar. Add 50 ml of warm milk, 2 tablespoons of flour, mix and leave for 10 minutes in a warm place.

Add flour, egg, lard, diced butter and gradually warm milk.

Knead for 10 minutes. We need to get a firm, non-sticky dough.

Add flour or warm milk as needed.

Cover with a clean napkin and leave for at least an hour in a warm place.

Filling:

We mix all the ingredients by hand.

When the dough has risen, divide it in two and each half into 4.

From each we form a large ball, on the floured work table, flatten it with the twister and cut it into 4. (as in the photo)

We put a teaspoon of filling and roll starting from the rounded base, towards the top, then we gently point the ends towards the opposite side of the top.


Place the croissants in a tray lined with baking paper, greased with a little butter.

Let it rise for another 20 minutes, then put it in the preheated oven, at approx. 180-190 degrees and leave it to brown nicely.

Now..depends on the oven..some have to be baked on the upper stage, on others on the middle one ..

We take them out, grease them hot with honey diluted with a little water and cover them with a thick towel.

ps. I only filled a few with grated chocolate.



Video: Chocolate croissant with cinnamon - video recipe (July 2022).


Comments:

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