In Response to Re: ARANYGALUSKA (HUNGARIAN COFFEE CAKE):
Interesting that you brought up that recipe, Gale. I taught a class last night on making Christmas breads and that was one of the recipes that could have been a choice for my students. Some of them made Barvarian Braid, Swedish Tea Ring and Stollen. Everything came out lovely and all went home happy with their goodies.
Posted by JUDY O
Judy I'm getting my recipes together for the holidays and this is a favorite of my families.I really have to make two of them because the first one disappears real quick.I'm sure your students were very happy with thier goodies!.I love making yeast dough that's a whole different area of baking and it is really my favorite.I would love to see some of your recipes if you have the time.My mom baked nearly everyday when we were growing up.I'm planning on making walnut and poppy seed roll also these always make an appearance during Easter and Christmas.My mom also made a braided sweet dough that she baked in a nine inch cake pan and that always had a maple cream frosting drizzled over the top then it was sprinkled with chopped walnuts.She called them butter rings.