Lush cranberry wreaths made of yeast dough - A find for lovers of sweet pastries and for those who like to bake, because they are beautiful, fragrant, airy and very tasty. Thanks to the sweet and sour cranberries bakery products it turns out not so cloyingly sweet. Her spicy sourness and aroma are felt in the wreaths. Cranberries in a homemade recipe are not essential, any other berry, for example, currants, blueberries, cherries, etc., is suitable for it. This type of baking is very good in that the berry filling is distributed in layers throughout the dough, from which the wreaths are not dry, but juicy, but airy. And if you decorate the finished flour product with icing sugar or icing, your banal tea party will turn into a real holiday. To bake this dessert correctly, see step-by-step preparation of air cranberry wreaths from yeast dough with a photo.
Ingredients for Making Airy Cranberry Wreaths from Yeast Dough
|For the test|
|Fresh yeast||25 g|
|Milk or water||¾ Art.|
|Sugar||2 tbsp. l|
|Cranberry||1 ½ tbsp.|
|Orange zest||1 tsp|
Step-by-step preparation of air cranberry wreaths from yeast dough with photo
- Dilute the yeast in warm milk or water, add until half the norm of flour, stir and set the dough to rise. Do not rush, let the dough infuse 1-1.5 hours.
- Beat sugar with eggs, add to the risen dough. Also add softened butter. While adding flour, knead a soft but firm dough. It should stick off of the hands. Cover the dough with a film so that it does not weather, and put in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours.
- Cranberries, fresh or frozen, grind in a blender. Pour it into a saucepan, pour sugar, add the zest from one orange for flavor. Put the cranberries on medium heat for 5-7 minutes. It should be a little thicker.
- After the dough is infused in the refrigerator, roll it into a 60x30 cm layer.
- Spoon the cranberry filling evenly over the entire surface of the dough, leaving the edges untouched so that they can be joined.
- Now you need to fold the dough in three layers. Visually identify the third part of the test and wrap it.
- Then take the other end of the dough and cover it with two other layers, as shown in the photo.
- Pinch all edges of the resulting rectangle. Walk a little rolling pin along the roll.
- Now, with a sharp knife, cut the roll into 10-12 strips, about 3 cm wide.
- Each strip must be twisted and the ends connected to form a ring.
- Put the wreaths on a greased baking sheet. It can be covered with parchment or foil. Let them stand for 10 minutes.
- Preheat the oven to 200 degrees and bake yeast cranberry wreaths for 12-15 minutes.
- When the wreaths have cooled, sprinkle them with powdered sugar.
Serve cranberry wreaths for tea or coffee. Enjoy your meal!