Walnut Plait

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So here is the second one!
I’ll risk to say… it’s even more delicious than the first one ;)

As I mentioned before, I made it from the same dough I used in Cinnamon Plait, with slight changes when it comes to the filling. Apart from cinnamon and sugar, I also added ground walnuts and this composition turned out to be (as I call it) a baking bingo!
The thing that hasn’t changed is (one of the most delicious) crispy crust ever! I could eat all of it!

If you’re worried that walnuts can add this bitterness to the taste, leave your fears behind – it is just the way it should be, meaning perfect! :)
… And plaiting itself was sort of easier this time ;P
All in all, looking and tasting at its best :)

Dough recipe ——-> oh, can be found here :)

Walnut Filling Ingredients:

  • 100g walnuts (almost full cup)
  • 3 Tbs baking sugar
  • 1 tsp cinnamon

Ground the walnuts so that they turn sandy.
Combine with sugar and cinnamon.

Making the plait:

Once the dough is ready, flour the worktop a bit and roll the dough to get a really big rectangle.
Butter it and sprinkle with the Cinnamon Filling.
Roll the cake.
Cut the roll alongside (leaving the beginning of it uncut) and start making a plait. Try to keep the filling up.
Connect the endings so to get a circle plait :)
For visual instructions, check here :)

Leave the plait for a moment for fluffing.


Butter the form.

Bake at 190°C for about 35-40 minutes.




Inspiration – Moje Wypieki.

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