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How to cook the dough for Kornik

Kurnik - one of the most famous Russian dishes, which are preparing for the holiday dinner, many housewives. This cake is a symbol of well-being and prosperity in the family. There are many different recipes for this muffin that have great differences, but still remain the general rules that should be followed in the preparation of this cake.

How to cook the dough for Kornik

Instruction how to prepare the dough for Kornik

Step 1:

The first way in a small saucepan Melt 200 grams of butter or margarine, then let it cool. While the oil cools, pour 2 cups of yogurt in another bowl, and immediately pour the egg, add soda pinch, pinch of salt, one teaspoon of yeast. If using dry yeast, before cooking soak them in 100 g of warm water for 7 minutes. In the cooled oil pour yogurt, all carefully stir and gradually add 2.5-3 cups pre-sifted flour. The dough in the end should turn out soft and does not stick to hands. Put the dough in a bowl. Close the top of kitchen foil and put in a warm place for one hour, so that it came.

Step 2:

The second method Knead butter fresh dough. To do this, melt 90 g butter, add to it 75 g cream, 30 g sour cream, egg, 15 grams of sugar, 4 grams of salt, all mixed thoroughly, then add 3 g of baking soda mixed with 350 g of flour. Knead the dough without lumps and use for baking the pie.

Step 3:

The third way of 1.5-2 cups of flour, sift and mix with one teaspoon of baking powder. Take two eggs and separate the yolks from the whites (whites do not need). Add the egg yolks salt on the tip of a knife, half a teaspoon of sugar and mix well. To the yolks, add 200g of softened margarine, stir. Then, in the margarine with the yolks, add 200 g of sour cream, and once again all mix well. Gradually enter the flour, knead the dough and place for 20 minutes in the refrigerator. The cooled dough is divided into two parts in a ratio of 1: 2. Of the greater part of the cake roll and place it in a baking dish, making bumpers and forming dough "a plate".