Ukrainian culinary specialist Lisa Glinskaya, who shared a recipe for chocolate-orange cookies with nuts for fasting people, on the eve of the bright Easter holiday, published an Easter recipe that is more than 100 years old.
“The most valuable thing is to preserve traditions and pass them on to the next generations”– says the craftswoman.
In the video, Glinskaya showed how to cook Easter cake according to the old recipe of Oksana Vladimirovna, who has worked as a professional chef in cafes and canteens all her life.
This is a traditional recipe for Lviv Easter cake decorated with dough, such as her mother and grandmother used to bake.
Calculation for 5 forms, diameter – 11 cm, height – 10 cm
300 ml milk (1.2 cups*)
50 g fresh yeast (½ standard pack)
50 g sugar (2 tablespoons with a slide)
200 g flour (1.25 cups)
The volume of the glass is 250 ml.
150 g whole eggs (3 pcs.)
40 g yolks (2 pcs.)
130 g butter (0.7 packs)
30 ml vegetable oil (1.5 tablespoons)
120 g sugar (6 tablespoons)
20 ml vodka (1 tablespoon)
3 g salt (a pinch)
700 g flour (4.4 cups)
200 g raisins (1.25 cups).
The cook showed the entire cooking process in the video.
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