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Thread: Looking for Recipe for 'Polish Christmas Cookies'

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    PS. I've always used whole eggs, can't be bothered separating them.
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    Try googling kruschiki

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    Swedish Fattigmand (Crullers)
    6 egg yolks
    1 TBSP sugar
    1/4 cup cream
    1 tsp. vanilla
    1/2 tsp salt
    about 1 1/2 cups flour added a bit at a time to be able to roll out thin.

    Beat eggs.
    Add the rest of ingredients
    Roll thin to about 1/8 inch thickness.
    Cut into diamond shapes, slashing a hole down the center and pulling one corner through the slash.
    Cook in hot (365˚F.) grease/fat/lard until brown.
    Drain.
    When cool, dust with powdered sugar.
    NOTE: If you use a scalloped tracing wheel it gives a pretty edge to the cookies.

    Var Så God. (Help yourself.)

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    Oh my goodness!!! I am going to have to try all of these.
    Thank all of you so much. I have been dreaming of these cookies for over a month.

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    In Denmark, these are named "poor man's cookies"--and very good for everyone.

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    i have the recipe if any of these don't work out. i also have the recipe for those "Blue Tin" christmas cookies as well if needed. or look at KING ARTHUR"S cookie cookbook. It has lots of great recipes. The Polish cookies aren't in that one though so PM if you need it.

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