Lavash bread is a thin soft unleavened flatbread, traditionally cooked in a tandoor oven. Lavash is simple to make and a great alternative to wraps and pitta, perfect for parties and barbecues. We frequently make Lavash on our baking classes and our Middle Eastern classes. It's delicious served alongside delicious
Krempita - 2 sheets puff pastry, 6 1/3 C milk, 5 1/4 oz cornstarch, 1 oz vanilla sugar, 8 egg yolks, 7 oz sugar, 8 oz whipping cream. Prebake pastry. Mix egg yolks w/ sugar till frothy. Add one cup of milk corn starch. Mix well. Bring remaining milk w/ vanilla sugar to boil. Once it comes to a boil, temper slowly mix in the yolk mixture. Wisk for one minute. Cool completely. Add whip cream. Spread filling over cool puff in 9x13 pan lay 2nd sheet on top. Chill 2+ hours. Dust w/ xxx sugar.
Makos / Dios Beigli. Beigli (or sometimes spelled bejgli) is a real Hungarian Christmas treat. The lighter filling is walnut the darker is poppy seed. These bring back fond childhood memories of which I remember them tasting amazing!