How to cook a festive Kalita: a traditional Ukrainian cake according to Klopotenko’s recipe?
On December 13, the Orthodox Church honors the memory of Andrew the First Called, one of the 12 apostles. He was a brother of the apostle Peter and a disciple of Christ. In Russia, the apostle was considered the patron saint of maritime art and family life, embodied the masculine principle. Andrew usually has a Christmas fast.
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Quality – Traditional Ukrainian cake, which was prepared for the feast of St. Andrew the First Called on December 13. Cooking was usually done with poppy seeds, honey and nuts and was fasting. However, there is a second option, butter.
Eugene Klopotenko mentions on his social network the holiday cake for Andrew and offers to cook Kalita as a symbol of the rebirth of Ukrainian traditions.
How to Cook a Kalita Song |
- 500 g of flour
- 250 ml of warm water
- 3r. l. sunflower oil
- 200 g poppy seeds with sugar (2: 1)
- 2 st. l. honey
- 1 teaspoon. except powder
- 1 pinch of salt
- 3r. l. we
- 3r. l. dried blueberries or raisins
Recipe for the song Kalita by Yevhen Klopotenko
1. Take a deep bowl and pour in 500 g of flour. Add a pinch of salt, 1 tsp. powdered yeast and 250 ml of warm water. Knead the ingredients a little.
2. Add 3 tablespoons to the dough. l. sunflower oil and stir. Mix poppy seeds with sugar in a 2: 1 ratio to make 1 cup (200 ml). Leave 2 tbsp. l. poppy seeds for decoration.
3. Pour poppy seeds with sugar into the dough.
4. After the poppy seeds with sugar, add 3 tbsp. l. blueberries or raisins. I picked raisins, I didn’t soak them before, but I used dried ones. Leave some raisins to decorate. Now knead the dough well, form a ball and let it rest in a bowl covered with a towel for 20 minutes. While the dough is “resting”, turn the oven to 180 degrees.
5. Next, take the dough and carefully dig a hole in the middle.
6. Cover the pan with parchment paper, carefully pull out the kalyta and shape it. Decorate the holiday cake with poppies and raisins. Bake for 30 minutes at 180 degrees.
7. When the kalyta is ready, take a silicone brush and grease the top of the cake with honey.
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How to cook a non-lean Kalita
- 350 g of flour
- 200 ml of milk
- 1 or
- 50 g butter
- 3r. l. sunflower oil
- 3r. l. sugar
- 3r. l. honey
- 5 st. l. Poppy
- 3r. l. us
- 3r. l. raisins
- 1 teaspoon. soda
- 1r. l. vinegar
- Teaspoon. sal
- 3r. l. Poppy
- 100 g of us
- 6 st. l. honey
Recipe for Kalita preparation that is not Yevhen Klopotenko’s song
1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Take 3 tbsp. l. raisins, rinse and dry with a paper towel.
2. Take a saucepan and pour in 200 ml of milk and heat until steam appears above the surface, up to about 70 degrees.
3. Add a teaspoon of milk. salt, 50 g butter, 3 tbsp. l. sunflower oil, 3 tbsp. l. sugar and 3 tbsp. l. honey. Stir well to melt and combine all ingredients.
4. Beat the egg into the mixture and stir again with a whisk. Pour 1 tbsp. l. vinegar and add 3 tbsp. l. nuts as well as 3 tbsp. l. raisins and 3 tbsp. l. Poppy. Stir until ingredients are evenly distributed in the dough.
5. Take a bowl and combine 350 g of flour and 1 teaspoon. soda and then sift into a dough of milk, raisins, poppy seeds and other ingredients. Knead the sticky dough.
6. Cover the baking tray with parchment paper and grease it with butter. Form into the dough discs with holes in the middle – kalita – to the desired size and place them on a baking tray. From this amount of dough you can only form one kalyta. Then sprinkle the cake or cakes with poppy seeds and garnish with nuts.
7. Bake the kalyta in the oven for 25 minutes at 180 degrees. But the baking time will depend on the size of the cake.
8. Once the kalyta is ready, remove from the oven and, without removing from the pan, spread with honey with a silicone brush.
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