Romanian dessert!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?!

Question: Romanian dessert!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?
For history class I need a recipe from Romania to go with my part of the progect but I cant find one
it cant have nuts in it thought need recipe thx!


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Turkish Baklava
In Romanian: Baclava turceasca
* strudel dough
* butter for greasing the pan


* 14 oz / 400 g ground walnuts
* 10 oz / 300 g sugar
* ? teaspoon ground cinnamon
* 2 tablespoons melted butter
* medium thick syrup from 10 oz / 300 g sugar


1. Mix the ground walnuts with the sugar and cinnamon.
2. Out of the strudel dough, cut pieces the size of the baking pan.
3. Grease the pan with butter and place three sheets one on top of the other, sprinkle with some melted butter, place three more sheets, sprinkle with butter, place three more sheets and sprinkle with butter.
4. Place the ? inch thick filling over these nine sheets.
5. On top of the filling, place another nine sheets, greased the same way.
6. Grease the last sheet well and then, with a very sharp knife, cut into squares.
7. Set in the oven to bake.
8. When almost done, pour the syrup over it and bake until golden brown.
9. Remove each square and arrange on a platter.…
Romanian Apple Bread Pudding
In Romanian: Budinca de mere

* 5 – 6 tart apples
* 2 French baguettes (2 – 3 days old)
* 3 cups milk
* 3 eggs
* 2 oz / 50 g raisins or sour cherries from preserves
* ? cup sugar
* 4 oz / 100 g butter
* 1 teaspoon vanilla
* salt
* butter and bread crumbs for the mold


1. Peel, halve, remove seeds and cut apples in finger thick slices.
2. Cut the baguettes in finger thick slices too.
3. Dunk each bread slice in a mixture of beaten eggs, milk, vanilla and salt.
4. Grease a round mold or pan with butter and arrange soaked bread slices on the bottom and sides.
5. On top of the bread slices, arrange apple slices.
6. Then sprinkle with sugar and raisins or sour cherries from preserves.
7. Then arrange another layer of soaked bread slices, then a layer of apple slices.
8. Sprinkle with sugar and raisins or sour cherries from preserves.
9. Continue until all apples are used up.
10. The last layer must be bread slices.
11. Pour the remaining egg-milk mixture on top.
12. Dot with little pieces of butter.
13. Bake until golden.
14. Serve hot.…
Romanian White Cake
In Romanian: Chec alb

* 12 egg whites
* 2 cups sugar
* 1 lemon (juice and grated peel)
* 2 cups flour
* 10 – 12 chopped walnuts
* 5 – 6 pieces variously colored rahat lokum (cubed)
* 1 tablespoon raisins
* butter to grease the pan


1. Whip the egg whites, add the sugar little by little.
2. When the sugar has completely dissolved, add juice and peel from 1 lemon, flour (gradually), and the walnuts, rahat lokum and raisins at the end.
3. Grease a bread pan and cover the bottom and sides with well greased paper.
4. Pour the batter in and bake at medium heat, testing with a wooden pick.…

sarmale is not a dessert! papanasi is a fried cheese fritter, very difficult to make properly in the usa, here is a rough translation:

500 gr fresh cottage cheese
100 gr sugar
2 eggs
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
200 gr flour
sour cream
Pieces: 10
1. Mix the cottage cheese with the sugar and the baking powder. After that add the eggs and the vanilla extract and at the very end the flour.You can mix it with a mixer for better homogeneity.
*if the cottage cheese is moist, you might need 1 Tbspoon of flour to the composition; the dough has to be easy to handle, not too sticky.
2. In a deep pan heat some oil.
3. Make small balls of dough, a size that would fit in your hands. Make a whole through the center of it with your finger and take it through flour. Enlarge carefully the whole and flatten the ball of dough a little.
4. Fry them in hot oil on both sides until they get color. (aprox 5 minutes)
5. Serve with sour cream and jam on top.
Alternatives ingredients:
the zest of one lemon
powdered sugar


Recipe for Papana?i (Sweet Cheese Dumplings Rolled in Bread Crumbs and Sugar)

Here's a Transylvanian dish of papana?i. Papana?ii are a traditional dessert all over Romania, but you will find them mostly fried if you order them in restaurants. Here's the recipe for boiled papanasi.

Ingredients for 6 servings:
- 500 g (approx. 1 lb ) farmer’s cheese
- 2 eggs
- 5 tbsp cream of wheat
- 5 tbsp bread crumbs
- 50 g olive oil
- 4 tbsp sugar

1. In a bowl mix the cheese, eggs, and cream of wheat.

2. With your hands covered in flour take cheese out of the bowl and squeeze to make balls some 5 cm (1 ? in) in diameter. Place them on a dish.

3. Bring water to a boil in a large saucepan, and add a pinch of salt. In a second pot or pan, heat the oil and pour the bread crumbs. Stir until bread crumbs turn light brown, then turn the heat off and add the sugar.

4. Add the sugar and mix well.

5. The papanasi in the other pot are finished boiling when they rise to the surface. Remove them with the slotted spoon and roll them in the bread crumbs and sugar mix.

6. Enjoy!

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