Recently, in our son’s kindergarten it was celebration of the National Day – the day of all nations. All kids got their “passports” and they passed passport control, “travelling” to different continents and countries (between rooms and playing areas arranged as Asia, Africa, Europe etc). It was prepared by the wonderful kindergarten workers. Parents should only cook some of the traditional dishes and dress children in national costumes. I think, as for the first time, we did very well. Although no national costume, but in the colors of the Polish flag with the Belarusian ornament and advertisements of the Bialowieza national park, our son looked wonderful.
As per my opinion, cold Polish pierogi (dumplings) or the Belarusian potato pancakes (draniki) could not be so delicious for kids, I decided to cook some dessert. My cottage cheese rosettes disappeared in a minute, and even the teacher came up to me and said: “They are so tasty, that I could eat even 40 pieces!”
1. Pre-heat the oven till 200 C. Grease the baking sheet.
2. All ingredients except sugar, mix and knead the dough. Roll out into a thin layer, approx. 3 mm thick.
3. Cut circles with a glass (diameter approx. 6 cm). Dip in sugar with one side and press firmly with your hand so that the sugar sticks.
4. Fold the circle in half, and again in half. With your right hand, mold a corner, and with your left hand, expand the petals.
5. Place on the prepared greased baking sheet. Bake for 15 minutes at 200 ° C.
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