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    Posted: 29 January 2010 at 17:01


Roll out three sections of paska dough into large rectangles spread with filling of your choice right to edges, start rolling from one edge till it looks like a snake, seal edges, set on cookie sheet. Let rise 15 minutes brush with egg. Bake 350 oven for 20 minutes, brush with butter to keep crust soft.


Walnut Filling

2 egg whites beaten stiff
1 lb nuts ground
1/2 cup sugar
1 tblsp melted butter
1/4 teas vanilla, mix together if too thick add a little milk.

You can buy prepared poppy seed filling or apricot filling, the varieties are endless.

Lekvar (Prune Filling)

I take dry prunes put into a large jar,  cover with water,   put into microwave or cook for about 10 minutes then let it set till cool.

Pour off liquid (but save it)  put  prunes into blender and puree till smooth (you can add sugar  but not necessary)  That's it!  If it's too thick add a little of the juice  if too thin you can cook it more also the sugar will thicken it a little too. 

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