I would like to introduce to you my first how to make video. Plum Jam Biscuits (Kifle sa Pekmez) these biscuits are much loved in my country of birth, Croatia. My gratitude and thanks to Yenny my film-maker. Your expertise and talent is appreciated. Enjoy!
They look very delicious Milanka 😀
One more for trying
Thanks for stopping by Irene. You can’t stop at one….. Have a good weekend. 🙂
I believe so Milanka 🙂
Wish you a nice weekend too
I really love the way you did it
What a fresh approach
As always Sheldon
Thanks for stopping by Sheldon and watching…. Have a good weekend. 🙂 🙂
You make it look so easy! I may have to try these. I love to bake- and my hips prove it 🙂
Love that you do videos!
Thank you for stopping by. The videos are a new venture and a project I really enjoy. It’s a lot of fun…. However, it does take a lot longer than a minute and a half… 🙂
Great job. My grandmother from Hungary always made Kifle for special occasions.
Thank you Julia. Where I grew up in Croatia, was only 9 km from the Hungarian border. Our dishes are influenced by Hungarian style of cooking. I am sure your grandma was a fabulous cook.
Thanks, yes she was. I hear they don’t make strudel the same anymore. Once the dough was stretches we would put the apples nuts cinnamon etc all over the dough and when done start rolling it up. My cousin was in Hungry last year and was told they just put it in the middle now. She started looking at all the bakeries and sure enough that how they made it. How about in Croatia?
My mother made apple strudel the same way. I don’t know how they make their strudel in Croatia now days. I live in Melbourne, Australia. I endeavour to uphold some of the traditional methods of cooking. In particular the recipes and the way my mother use to cook. She is no longer with us however, a dish she use to prepare always brings back fond memories. 🙂 🙂