Thursday, March 10, 2016

Polish Paska

 It's that time of year again and with temperatures already reaching 80, Spring/Summer is here and Easter is close behind. Time to bake Polish paska.
You can find the recipe and step by step instructions here:
The dough is a bit sticky but it is really easy to work with.

I lightly sprinkled the counter with flour but it really didn't need it.

The recipe makes three loaves.

Rolling and braiding is fun too and even though I remembered to take pics of it, light room refused to load that one.

Cover them with plastic while they rise.
I brush them with an egg yolk glaze before they bake to give them a nice color.

These are all going to the after school kids today to eat with apple butter spread on each slice.  They are getting maple baked beans too.


Debra She Who Seeks said...

Always a special Easter treat! Easter sure is early this year.

Susan said...


Leeanna said...

*sigh* so good *sigh*

thecottagebythecranelakethree said...

If I bake anyt6hing this easter I will bake this. Vanilla and cardamom, something we swedes love :-)

Have a great day!


Guillaume said...

Yum! That is what I say all the time I know.

babs said...

Lucky kids!

Mary Ann said...

They came out so well... you are a Master Braider!

Magic Love Crow said...

Yummy paska! My heritage is Ukrainian and Polish!