Czech Pastry Call Kolacky Recipe

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Time: 65 minutes



  1. butter
  2. cream cheese
  3. salt
  4. sugar
  5. all-purpose flour
  6. apricot jam


  1. let butter and cream cheese soften in a bowl
  2. when very soft mix together
  3. add salt and sugar
  4. add flour last and mix by hand
  5. to get dough to the consistency of pie dough
  6. put the dough in wax paper in the refrigerator overnight
  7. if you want to bake it today leave the dough in the refrigerator at least for 3 hours
  8. then take it out and divide it into 3 parts
  9. take 1 part of the dough and put it on a floured table
  10. flatten the dough to a 1 / 8 of inch thick
  11. then take a small juice glass and cut round circle in the dough
  12. take your thumb and make a dent in the middle of the dough
  13. fill it with apricot or any jam
  14. bake at 350 for about 15-20 minutes or until lightly brown

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