Rogaliki- Filled pastry cookies

Rogaliki

Rogaliki are soft,sweet,flaky Russian pastries that can be referred to cookies with variety of fillings and drenched in powdery white sugar.They are very simple and quick to make.Dough is very delicate and not too doughy.You can actually taste the filling.These little pastries treats always bring good memories of my childhood years.We would make them with mom all the time.

2 cups sour cream(400 grams)

3 1/2 stick butter (400 grams)room temperature

1 cup sugar

1 tablespoon vinegar

1/2 teaspoon salt

6 cups all purpose or whole wheat pastry flour

 

Fillings-

Crushed walnuts with sugar

jam

raisins

cooked poppy seeds*with sugar and crushed walnuts(walnuts optional)

*grind poppy seeds using meat grinder after they are cooked.

 

In a mixing bowl combine  flour,salt, and sugar.Cut in butter until mixture is coarse and crumbly.Mix in the rest of ingredients and place it in fridge for 2 hours.

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 Divide the dough 6 portions. Roll the one portion at a time on a well floured surface.

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Using a pastry cutter or knife,cut 8-12 triangles.(depending on what size you like them to be)

Place desired filling on the edge of a triangle.

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Roll it up and place it on prepared baking pan with parchment paper.

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Bake for 15-17 minutes on 350 degrees

Let them cool.Add powdered sugar to a bowl and in several batches, throw rogaliki in the bowl and mix until they are fully covered in sugar.

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Comments

  1. They look Soooo good!!! I will have to try with different fillings like yours :)

  2. Thank you for the recipe. It will be perfect for Christmas!

  3. This dough is wonderful .. I use it for other dry cake!

  4. I just wanted to say that I made them and they came out amazing. My husband and kids couldn’t stop eating them. I ate a lot too.
    I have a question for you, I divided the dough into 6 portions. I made rogaliki out of 3 and I kept the other 3 in the fridge. Can I freeze the dough? How long can I keep in there or in the fridge?
    Thank you again for all the wonderful recipes. You are amazing!

    • Delightsofculinaria says:

      Thanks Natasha! Glad your family loved them.I never tried freezing them;I think it will be ok…give it a try and let me know how was it.

  5. Thanks, also do you have a recipe for the stuffed merinated mini eggplants recipe that you posted a picture of on instagram recently?
    Thank you again!

  6. Made them today with your own recipe … Although this is the first time I make this dessert is delicious. Thank you very much!! Kisses from Greece :) :) :)

  7. You have 1 table spoon of vinegar, but no baking soda? I want to try to make them, just making sure there is no mistake… Thanks

  8. Love your recipe for these! I’v been searching for one without yeast. The dough is very easy to work with and they come out soft and flakey. Thanks so much!

  9. What is the vinegar for?

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