- 1 duck (or chicken) egg, beaten, to glaze
- First make a 'sponge', which is a type of yeasty starter. Dissolve the yeast and sugar in the water (at blood temperature – hot water kills the yeast). Add 200g flour and mix roughly.
- Pampushky: A Ukrainian holiday treat
- The only one I really remembered is Pampushky, or Ukrainian-style doughnuts, which are traditionally filled with either poppy seeds or prunes. They are little bites of heaven. The dough is sweet, amazingly soft, light and flaky.
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- Pea and cauliflower bowl This feels so nourishing and comforting but it's nice and light at the same time. It also contains four portions of veggies, which is awesome, especially if you feel you've been lacking goodness in your other meals.
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- When you think of pancakes, what comes to mind? Most of us probably imagine thin crêpes, topped with sugar and lemon; or perhaps an American stack, thick and fluffy and groaning with maple syrup.
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