Imi place mult in weekenduri sa coc ceva dulce si bun pentru familia mea, mi se pare un lucru tare placut sa gatesti cu cei dragi :) Azi am facut cu Ilinca niste cornulete fragede super bune, indulcite doar cu putina miere si cu o usoara aroma de scortisoara, minunate pentru pitici. Le puteti umple cu ce doriti: magiun de prune, gem fara zahar, nuci macinate, eu le-am facut simple, fara umplutura :)

Ingrediente (30 de buc):

  • 200g unt
  • 250g faina + extra pentru framantat
  • 50g faina de migdale*
  • 1 lgt scortisoara
  • 2 lg miere
  • 3 lg apa rece
  • pentru uns: 1 galbenus, 1 lg miere

Mixam untul taiat cubulete cu faina, faina de migdale si restul ingredientelor, pana obtinem o bila de aluat pe care o transferam pe o suprafata pudrata cu faina. Framantam bine aluatul, iar cand obtinem o consistenta omogena, il infsuram in folie alimentara si il introducem in frigider pentru 2-3 ore sau ideal pana a doua zi.

Scoatem aluatul cu 30 de min inainte de utilizare, il framantam pana devine maleabil, apoi, pe o suprafata pudrata cu faina, intindem din el bucati pe care le rulam pana la un diametru de aprox 18 de cm; eu am decupat cercuri cu o forma mica rotunda de tort. Taiem cercurile in 8 cu un cutit, punem umplutura si le rulam. Ungem cornuletele cu amestecul de miere si galbenus si le coacem in cuptorul preincalzit la 180C 20-30 de min, in functie de dimensiunea lor, pana se rumenesc frumos. Pofta mare!

*Faina de migdale e optionala, dar da o aroma foarte placuta cornuletelor, daca o omiteti, mariti cantitatea de faina alba cu inca 50g. Atat pentru compozitie cat si pentru uns, folositi o miere fluida, nezaharisita.

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ENGLISH VERSION 

I really love baking a treat during weekends for my family, it’s so nice to cook with your loved ones :) Today I made, with help from Ilinca, some really tender honey rolls, slightly sweetened, with a wonderful hint of cinnamon, great for toddlers. You can fill them with plum sugar free jam, ground walnuts, I made them plain, with no filling :)

Ingredients (30 pcs):

  • 200 g butter
  • 250 g all purpose flour + extra for kneading
  • 50 g almond meal
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 tbsp honey
  • 3 tbsp cold water
  • for topping: 1 egg yolk, 1 tbsp honey

Mix the butter cut into cubes with the flour, almond meal and rest of the ingredients, until a ball of dough form. Transfer on a surface dusted with flour and knead until soft and smooth. Wrap in clingfilm and place in the fridge for 2-3 hours or better until the next day.

Take the dough out of the fridge 30 min before preparing the rolls. Knead it until it softens on a powdered surface, then roll into 18 cm circles; I used a round baking pan to make the circles. Cut into 8 triangles, add the filling and roll them. transfer on a tray lined with baking paper and spread the topping made from honey and egg yolk over them.

Bake in the preheated oven at 180 for 2-30 min, depending on their size, until they turn golden. Enjoy!

*The almond meal is optional, but it gives the rolls a really nice taste, substitute with all purpose flour if you want. Use a runny honey for the mixture and for the topping.

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