These was once my personal favorite after i resided in Finland plus they taste better still homemade. The share of dough to filling is ideal within this recipe, I'd none of either leftover in the finish. I made use of Swedish style porridge grain because it is exactly what is typically used, but any short grain white-colored grain works (try looking in the Hispanic foods section). You have to make sure stir frequently when the milk is added, it features a inclination to scorch (and dairy tastes best). Brushing using the milk and butter is essential or even the crust will get too crisp. My mother-in-law handed lower the secret of placing all of the pies inside a Ziploc bag once they are carried out baking but while they're still hot and allowing them to sit a couple of hrs. This softens the crust whether it arrives too tough so it more often than not does in my taste. The egg butter is essential using these, it is the traditional way. Leftovers work great with pork and cheese on the top, just pop it within the microwave for thirty seconds and eat having a fork Yummy. These disappeared too quickly in the midsummer potluck, guess I will need to make more!
My experience is equivalent to crazy finish bears - no mods. Ate all of these over Finland frozen in the supermarket isn't bad but fresh baked is definitely the very best. This recipe is like mama-finn accustomed to make.
Here's the factor. This really is my very first time ever attempting Karelian Cake which recipe is poorly written for somebody who isn't acquainted with exactly what the finish result ought to be. There are many errors within the written recipe. 1)Filling: salt shows up being an component but no mention produced in the directions of methods much to make use of. 2)Grain: uncooked grain? What type? Brown? White-colored? Any particular type suggested? 3)Direction #14: stir together the melted butter and HOT MILK.. To locate just how much melted butter is required one must look towards the top from the component list, despite the fact that we're mostly with the recipe with this point. And just what hot milk? Hot milk isn't listed being an component to pair using the melted butter, just how much. I might try making these again, however with another recipe that's written correctly.