Walnut snails (fasting)


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Dough:

Put in a bowl a little warm water, 1 teaspoon of sugar and yeast until dissolved.

In a separate bowl, mix the rest of the ingredients (sugar, warm water, oil, salt, vanilla sugar and rum essence).

In a larger bowl put flour, in the middle add mayonnaise (yeast) over which we add the composition obtained from the rest of the ingredients, knead well and leave to rise approx. 1h-1h day.

Filling:

Put all the ingredients in a bowl and mix well.

Syrup:

In a bowl mix water, sugar and rum.

After the dough has risen, divide it into 2.

Spread a sheet on the work table over which we add half of the filling composition, roll the sheet like a roll and then cut it into slices. The same is done with the second sheet.

After we finish slicing, place the slices in a tray lined with baking paper and let them rise for about 20 minutes.

Then grease them with the syrup obtained and put them in the oven until nicely browned, about 25 minutes on low heat.

Welcome to the snails !!!


Walnut snails (fasting) - Recipes

Posted by Postolache Violeta on September 24, 2013 in leavened dough sweet dough snails with cheese pastries cheese recipes | Comments: 5

Fragile, fluffy, delicate as a breeze. Ideal in the morning for breakfast with a glass of milk, perfect for afternoon snack, or in the package for school, kindergarten or work. If you don't like those with cheese, you can try walnut snails.




Ingredient:

for the dough:

500 gr flour
250 ml of milk
100 gr of bee honey
25 gr butter
7 gr dry yeast
1/4 teaspoon salt

for the filling:

300 gr fresh cow's cheese
2 eggs
3 tablespoons powdered sugar
100 gr raisins
1 teaspoon essential rom

1 yolk
2 tablespoons milk
50 ml water
1 tablespoon sugar

Method of preparation

Mix flour with yeast and salt. Add melted butter, honey and warm milk. Knead until you get a thick dough that you leave to rise until it doubles in volume.



Pour the dough on the work surface sprinkled with flour and spread a sheet of suitable thin. Mix the cheese with the sugar, eggs and raisins soaked in rum essence. The composition should not be very soft because otherwise it will flow. Spread the composition in a thin layer over the dough.

We roll and get a roll.

Cut the roll obtained into thick slices of about two fingers.


Place the snails obtained in the tray, leaving the distance between them.


Grease with beaten egg yolk with milk.

Bake until lightly browned.

From water and sugar we make a syrup with which we will grease the snails as soon as we take them out of the oven.


Walnut macaroni (simple, fasting recipe)

This simple recipe by macaroni with walnuts it always reminds me of my childhood, of my grandparents, of the days when I played without worries. Although I am now a mother, I can't help but become a child every time I eat mewalnut carts, so in the old days.

When we were children, my brother and I remember that the only pasta recipes that were prepared at home were this and the one with cheese (see the recipe here). I can't say now which is my favorite. Both have their own charm and taste. Usually, the walnut pasta recipe was made more on fasting days over the year. And the one with the rest of the cheese.

In my childhood, cheese was a luxury, but you read that right, cheese, butter and many other ingredients that are so accessible today, at that time were a luxury for many families. So, statistically speaking, although I did not do calculations, I think both recipes were cooked proportionally the same.

Maybe even with walnuts more often because we have nuts in the yard and so we got their fruit for free and we had it at our discretion all year round. Not to mention that not only the fact that the walnut was accessible made this recipe to be prepared more often but also the fact that it is made incredibly easy.

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So easy for a long time I hesitated to write the recipe on the blog on the grounds that it is too simple and that I have little to say about it. In addition, it is a versatile recipe in the sense that you can put as much walnut as you want and as much sugar as you like. In the past, I saved even on these ingredients, but today I prepare the recipe using them in larger quantities.

So, I think that maybe it would be better not to write a certain amount of ingredients now, but just to say what they are and how they are prepared. The rest you will adapt to your taste. If you are a big nut lover, you will put more. Or vice versa. Same with sugar. More or less. I haven't tried the honey version but of course you can use it instead of sugar without any problems. So remember, the quantities in the recipe are approximate.


Walnut snails (fasting) - Recipes

Dissolve the yeast in a little lukewarm water, then add a little flour. In this way, a mayonnaise is obtained, which we ferment until it doubles in volume.

Separately, dilute the honey in water and add the melted margarine and mayonnaise. After mixing, add the flour, gradually. Knead the dough until smooth, and its consistency is similar to plasticine.

Leave to rise until it doubles in volume, then spread a sheet on which to sprinkle the walnut kernel mixed with sugar. Roll as tight as possible and cut with a very sharp knife approximately equal rolls.

Place the rolls in a tray lined with baking paper or greased with oil or margarine and leave to rise for about 30 minutes.

They are greased with a syrup obtained from water and sugar. Those who do not fast can anoint them with beaten egg yolk with a few tablespoons of milk.

Place the rolls in the oven until golden brown.

When they are ready, grease them once more with sugar water syrup for appearance. You can also sprinkle extra walnuts for those who love a stronger walnut flavor.

If you liked the recipe for walnut snails, fasting, you can try it too Young fasting croissants .


  • It took
  • 450 ml milk (or mineral water for fasting)
  • 150 gr sugar
  • 25 gr of fresh yeast
  • 60 ml oil
  • 1 vanilla essence
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 750 gr flour
  • Filling
  • 300 ml water
  • 120 gr sugar
  • 6 tablespoons breadcrumbs
  • 7 tablespoons ground walnuts
  • 4 tablespoons bitter cocoa
  • 1/2 esenta de rom
  • Syrup
  • 5-6 tablespoons sugar
  • 700 ml water
  • 1 tablespoon rum free

Prepare the dough: the milk with the sugar and a pinch of salt are put on the fire to heat a little and the sugar melts. Add the yeast and let it rise for 5-10 minutes. When the yeast has swelled, add the essence, flour little by little and knead. adding the oil. We form a soft and elastic dough that we leave to rise for 1 hour.

We prepare the cream as follows: sugar, breadcrumbs, ground walnuts, cocoa, water, put them in a saucepan and boil for 3-4 minutes on the right heat until it thickens. Leave to cool and then add the rum essence.

When the dough has risen, divide it into two pieces and spread two rectangles with the rolling pin (facalet). Divide the cream in half and spread evenly on the dough.

Roll the rectangles, cut into pieces about 3 cm each and put them in a pan greased with oil. Leave to rise for about 20-30 minutes and bake in the preheated oven for about 35 minutes.

While the snails are baking, prepare the syrup: caramelize the sugar, then add hot water and boil until the caramel melts. When it has cooled, add the rum essence. .I let them cool in the pan then pour syrup with a spoon on each. Or we can dip each in the syrup. syrupy syrups, are absolutely delicious. Good job and good appetite!

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Snails with WALNUT, honey and cinnamon - fasting dessert

Due to the fact that they are full and nutritious, walnuts are especially recommended for those who fast or follow a vegetarian diet.

Clinical studies have shown that walnuts are especially beneficial cardiovascular system, due to the mineral content that helps blood pressure regulation (potassium, calcium and magnesium).

Moreover, the large amount of Omega-3 essential fatty acids present in nuts, including alpha-linoleic acid, helps to improve cardiovascular function, especially blood pressure. One study showed that 4 nuts a day can significantly increase the level of alpha-linoleic acid in the blood.

Walnuts also contain compounds with neuroprotective effects, such as vitamin E, melatonin, antioxidants and Omega-3. As research suggests, walnut consumption claims brain health. In general, foods rich in antioxidants reduce vulnerability to oxidative stress and improve cognitive function as we age.

Pasta with walnuts, honey and cinnamon - recipe

This recipe is a great way to include nuts more often in our diet.

• 1 bag of wholemeal pasta
• 200 g walnut kernels
• 2-3 tablespoons of cocoa
• ½ teaspoon of cinnamon
• 1 tablespoon oil and salt
• honey to taste
• 2.5 liters of water

• 1 handful of raisins
• 2 tablespoons ground flax seeds
• grated lemon or orange peel

You can also use snails, bows or other forms of pasta. Put the water with the salt, cinnamon and oil in a pot on the fire. When it starts to boil, add the pasta or snails. After they have softened, drain the pasta and place it in a large bowl. Add the ground walnut kernel over the pasta, raisins and grated citrus peel, if using. After they have cooled, add honey to taste and a little vanilla sugar, if desired.

If you want the walnuts to be tastier, brown them a little and then grind them. Also, you can let the raisins soak in a little water before adding them to the pasta.

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Walnut snails

Today I had the urge and craving for some walnut snails as I used to eat them in college. I was lucky enough to enjoy some absolutely delicious, fluffy and lots of walnut snails with walnuts for almost a year. I used to buy them from the college store. He brought them every morning, fresh and warm, I could smell them since I entered the college lobby.

Then something happened because the fluffy snails turned into old ones, where you had to look for a walnut with a magnifying glass to find it. So I gave up buying and kept looking for that taste that I knew, but in vain. A few times I took it from my store here, but the same. Dry, tasteless and walnut-free. In addition very crumbly.

My snails today are fluffy, fragrant and rich in walnuts. I was pleasantly surprised when my sister tasted a real fierce snail nut. He has never eaten more than a few mouthfuls of one because it & # 8222e is dry and tasteless & # 8221. Well today he ate a whole one! He smiled and said he gave me a grade of 10, because they are much better than the ones he (hasn't) eaten so far. And that can only confirm to me that I passed the test with flying colors.


From the goodies of late autumn

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Thank you good people for all your hard work working the land!

Thanks! Thanks! Thanks!

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I couldn't wait to get home to make a salad from the goodies found in the market.

I made a good, good and very delicious salad

I'll take them off the cocoon and soak them overnight and then boil them.

I'm going to grind some of the beans and boil a good, good polenta.

Horseradish, from which I prepared a horseradish paste with celery

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I also baked a few snails with walnuts for the capricious who don't like pumpkin


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