HVOROST

"HVО́ROST"

noun

['hvɔ:rɔst]


  1. Dry fallen branches of trees, thin branches, thin trunks (brushwood).
  2. In Russia - crumbly biscuits made from thin strips od dough that have bent during boilling in oil. Also in Hungary it's 'csöröge', in Italy - 'cenci', in Poland - 'faveurus'
  3. A series of jewelry created from cut and bent thin strips of wax, cast in metal at a temperature of 961.8°C

Source of definitions: "Oxford Languages"

INGREDIENTS:

eggs 3 pcs

shugar 2 tbsp

soda (quench with vinigar) 1/4 tsp

a pinch of salt

wheat flour 200-250 g

vegetable oil for frying

powdered sugar



RECIPE:

Beat eggs with sugar and salt. Add soda. Add the sifted flour and knead the dough. Let rest for 10 minutes. Roll out the dough into a thin layer on a surface dusted with flour. Cut the rolled out dough into strips. From each strip, 3-5 pieces of ready-made twigs are obtained, depending on the length of the rolled out dough. Cut each strip of dough into 3-5 pieces (rectangles or wide strips). In each, make a cut in the center and turn one end of the strip through the hole. Fry the resulting brushwood in a large amount of oil until golden brown.

Put the finished brushwood on a plate and sprinkle generously with powdered sugar.

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