Stay in your lane 🚗 I need to remind myself that ALL THE TIME, especially when I see others crushing it at step 100 and I’m only on step 3. These are thought patterns that can be unlearned just like they were once learned. Here’s what I do to keep those self defeating thoughts in check: ➡️ Visualize your WHY
➡️ Blast some motivating tunes
➡️ Physical activity ➡️ Mantra on repeat: my lane is awesome .
🤚& a 💋 to all my overachievers our here!
OMG! Love at 1st bite I tell ya! Our first time making schwarmas - Gave Tshika that feeling of making her own dinner & Friday night snacking & Mummy the assurance that she’s eating home made goodness. Home made hummus, tsatsiki, chicken breasts, baby spinach & broccoli in lemon juice & olive oil. Now remote, couch, tv! #issachillvibe#motherdaughter#welovefood#foodies#recipiesfordays
Some of you have asked me for the recipe of these delicious rolls- we call them "buhteljni" and I'm happy to share it with you.
Rolls with homemade jam or hazelnut filling
750 g wheat flour
250 g sour cream or yoghurt
60 g of sugar
60 g of butter
30 g of fresh yeast
30 g of dry durum sourdough
3 tablespoon rum
2 teaspoon salt
Jam or hazelnut filling
Dissolve 30 g of yeast with a teaspoon of sugar in warm milk and pour it into the bowl with the other ingredients without butter. Mix the dough. During the slow mixing gradually add the thinly sliced butter. The last ten minutes mix it at maximum speed. When the dough becomes shiny smooth, cover the bowl with plastic foil and leave it at room temperature. Let the dough rests till doubles the size.
With dough scraper take the dough to a working surface, knead it and then leave it to rest a few minutes. Then roll out the dough into a rectangle about one centimeter thick. Devide the dough into equal size small squares (about 7x7centimeters). In the middle of each put 1 spoon of filling (hazelnuts, jam, Nutella), cover the filling with the dough and shape it in the hand into a nice small ball. Coat the pan with a butter and put the balls with filling next to each other in a pan. Leave the balls to rise again.
Preheat the oven on 180 °C. Brush the balls with the whisked egg and move the pan with balls into a hot oven. Bake them at 180 ° C for about 45 minutes until golden brown.
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