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Saturday, April 28, 2012

Armenian Nazook

This is the second challenge given by Jason to the daring bakers. It is the Armenian Nazook/ Nazouk/ Nazuk. It is a yeasted, layer pastry filled with a sweet filling. The outer dough is made of an yeasted dough and the filling has sugar, butter and flour in it. While baking the nazooks, there was a power failure and we got power after 1hour. So I baked them again and they became very crispy. They were also flaky and very delicious. My daughter liked it very much. She also took three pieces to school to share it with her friends. K also took it to office and shared it with his colleagues. 


Makes 20Nazooks:
Ingredients:
For The Pastry Dough:
Flour-1 1/2cups
Instant Yeast-1 1/4tsp
Curd-1/2cup
Softened Butter-1/2cup
For The Filling:
Flour-3/4cup
Sugar-3/4cup
Softened Butter-!/3cup
Vanilla-1tsp


Procedure:
1. Mix all the ingredients given for the pastry dough. Knead for 10minutes.
2. If the flour is very sticky, dust it with a little flour.
3. Cover the dough with cling wrap and place the bowl in fridge overnight.
4. Mix all the ingredients given for the filling. It will look clumpy. Set it aside.
5. Preheat oven to 175C.
6. Remove dough from fridge and knead for 2 minutes.
7. Divide it into 2 equal parts.
8. Dust the counter with flour and roll out the portion into a thin rectangle.
9. Divide the filling into two.
10. Spread one part of the filling evenly on the rolled rectangle.
11. Start rolling from the longer end and roll it into a tight log.
12. Pat it a little to flatten.
13. Cut into 10 equal pieces.
14. repeat the same process for the remaining dough and filling.
15. Arrange the pieces on a greased baking tray.
16. Brush the top with milk and bake until golden brown.
17. Cool on wire rack and serve





Divide the dough into two


Roll out into a rectangle and spread the filling evenly


Roll into a log


Cut into 10


arrange on a baking tray and bake


Cool and serve

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7 comments:

  1. I have loved all the breads you have put up..amazing recipes.need to learn so much from u guys:)

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  2. Looks awesome Gayathri...eventhough you had a power failure it didn't matter looks like...bcoz the nazooks look crispy and just perfect.

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  3. Nazook looks fabulous and beautifully done..

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  4. Wow! They look good. Would it have made any difference if you had baked it uninterrupted? You should try it and if this better you should spread the word - probably a new baking technique!

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  5. Wow so yummy... just love it...

    Dish Name Starts With L

    Regards,
    Akila

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  6. Looks Delicious gayathri, i m yet to bake this!!!!

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