Sunday, April 4, 2010
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
"Pozsonyi kifli ("POZSH-ONE-NYEE-KEEF-LEE") comes either diós (stuffed with walnut) or mákos (stuffed with poppy seeds). They are crescent shaped pastries made with yeast-raised dough, named for the Hungarian name of the city of Bratislava."
The taste is smilar to the Hungarian beigli, which is a traditional holiday roll filled with poppy seeds or walnut and the most popular Hungarian Xmas cake.