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Siberian Cakes Recipe

Siberian Cakes Recipe

This honey recipe submitted by Klaus Nowottnick,
Pappenheim, Germany
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Mix 1 lb. of raisins with 2 spoonfulls of honey.

Stir 2 lbs. Of flour,

3 eggs,

fill it with a spoonful of raisins, pinch carefully all round and roast in butter or lard.2 spoonsfull of butter

and ½ a teaspoon of soda into a thick paste,

cut it into pieces, roll every piece out,

fill it with a spoonful of raisins, pinch carefully all round and roast in butter or lard.

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