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The name of a Polish pastry? Chrust?



plywoodprinces    
21 Feb 2007  #1

Does anyone know the name of a Polish pastry that is long and sorta twisted like a cruller usually sprinkled with powdered sugar. It is a delicate dough. Thanks!


wonski81 - | 22    
21 Feb 2007  #2

for me known as chrust, there is another name they call it, pretty easier for foreigners, but can't remember now

oh, we call it faworki, too
rosa    
28 Feb 2007  #3

chrusciki
FISZ 24 | 2,120    
28 Feb 2007  #4

Mniam Mniam :) These?


OP plywoodprinces    
1 Mar 2007  #5

Yes, those are the ones. MMMMMMMM they look so good. I was in Milwaukke last weekend but couldn't find them. I did, however, eat at a very good Polish restaurant!
***    
1 Mar 2007  #6

You can make them - they aren't difficult. I made them this week for my son's ethnic day at Cub Scouts.
Huegel 1 | 296    
1 Mar 2007  #7

The one and possibly only good thing about my ex's Mother was her ability to make the most incredible dish..well snack really. I do not know the correct spelling but to a British ear it sounded like it was called:

Pastacheeky. Any ideas? God that was lovely. :)
Tamara 9 | 201    
1 Mar 2007  #8

Pasticziki - like eggrolls but with cabbage and mushrooms in them?
Huegel 1 | 296    
1 Mar 2007  #9

Hmm, sounds right, but definitely no egg or mushroom.
I'd have said more a glorified sausage roll...it was minced meat, other goodness (green stuff usually) wrapped in puff pastry, cooked and enjoyed. But she definitely said it was called pasticziki (pastacheeky)

Is there more than one version?
Huegel 1 | 296    
1 Mar 2007  #11

I swear i'm not going mad, that is definitely what she called them. :)
Tamara 9 | 201    
1 Mar 2007  #12

Yes - Paszteciki probably (thanks for the spelling correction) Some recipes do have finely minced hard-boiled egg and most have minced mushroom but usually a dried mushroom which would be hard to distinquish from the minced meat. They are great! I wish I had a good recipe
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544    
1 Mar 2007  #13

Is there more than one version?

I would say that there is a large variety of them. :)
6 camaro    
2 Apr 2007  #14

sometimes they are called bowties
polish pastrie    
28 Jan 2008  #15

It is called Chrust Faworki. I have the recipe?

Carol
plk123 8 | 4,169    
28 Jan 2008  #16

I'd have said more a glorified sausage roll...it was minced meat, other goodness (green stuff usually) wrapped in puff pastry, cooked and enjoyed. But she definitely said it was called pasticziki (pastacheeky)

PASZTECIKI BUT I AM THINKING I CAME ACROSS A RECIPE FOR ROLL OF KLOPSY? PATRYCJA19 IS THE ONE WHO FOUND IT BUT I CAN'T LOCATE IT HERE ON THE FORUMS.. HER POST IS GOEN OR HAS BEEN MOVED TO AN UNDISCLOSED LOCATION.
Guest    
7 Apr 2008  #17

I knew the twisted dough with powered sugar as gruzdi. They were always available at weddings.I would enjoy seeing a recipe for them. Any recipe available?
msbjf 2 | 10    
10 Apr 2008  #18

I know them as Kruschickies or something that sounds like that. Dough fried in oil then powdered sugar on them.
randompal 7 | 306    
10 Apr 2008  #19

they are called Faworki if it is only dough with a covering of powdered sugar. If they are stuffed with something they are called something else: paszteciki contain pate or perhaps mushrooms, szpinakowce contain spinnach, etc..
mapsail    
17 Apr 2008  #20

Go to this website for the recipe:
culture.polishsite.us/articles/art165fr.htm
Guest    
8 Sep 2008  #21

Those look like kiflis (pronounced kee-flees) They are usually made only for Christmas. My family still makes them.
donnast.jean    
11 Dec 2008  #22

send me recipe if you don't mind. Thank You Donna
plk123 8 | 4,169    
11 Dec 2008  #23

how about you look two post above or search the forums.
EVELOCK    
21 Dec 2008  #24

They are called chrusciki
fooooodd    
17 Nov 2009  #25

My family makes them around the holidays, and we always call them keeflees.
polkamaniac 1 | 482    
18 Nov 2009  #26

They are called " Chruscziki " and yes ----they are delicious !!!!
ravenwing - | 2    
2 Apr 2010  #27

They are also called anglewings
ChefAimster - | 1    
7 Apr 2010  #28

My family called them hroost...or pig ears
polkamaniac 1 | 482    
7 Apr 2010  #29

In Polish,they're called "chruscziki".
frd 7 | 1,399    
7 Apr 2010  #30

"chruscziki"? sounds Russian, chrust or chruĊ›ciki or faworki.




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