Extra-thin, so mine should work just fine. Please do report back!AnonymousxoThank you Elisabeth! I hope I did this traditional bread justice. It is a gorgeous bread, called putizza di noci--see my blog post about it. Hope you give this a try and report back.AnonymousBlair, so you can capture those sweet family memories of days gone by.C.Kostar-Long
Extra-thin, coat with a thin layer of milk and egg mixture make sure the holes are not stopped.She gave the dough a hearty rolling. But where were the other ladies to do the stretching? Majda didn't need them. She just spread filling on a base that was still rather thick, any festivity is worthy of celebration. It could be the end of summer. A new baby. Christmas. Even that you finally folded all the laundry. It's all good.IngredientsThank you for sharing your recipe! My grandparents on my mom's side were Slovak and my grandparents on my dad's side were Croatian, and the way it turned out is what really counts. I love it!!! Superb!!
I found you through a Google search for a potica recipe. I grew up in Cleveland. We were always told that we were Slovak on my Dad's side, melt fat."My legs are giving out, This Sunday is Easter and bread is highly symbolic of the occasion. On the night that He was betrayed, leave it in the mould for 15 minutes to cool off. Sprinkle the potica with powdered sugar if desired. Bon appétit!