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Vegan recipe – Almond ‘potica’

on December 24, 2012

Slovenian traditional dish. Usually, filled with walnuts, but this time with almonds and vegan. =)

For the dough:
– 1 dcl soy milk
– A package of dry yeast
– 250 g of flour
– 40 g sugar
– 0.5 dcl vegetable cream

For the filling:
– 200 g ground almonds
– 1 dcl soy milk
– 0.5 dcl vegetable cream
– 1 tablespoon of cocoa
– 50 g sugar
– raisins

• Filling: Put together almonds, milk and cream and remaining ingredients for the filling and quickly cook them.
• Dough: Put the yeast in a little bit of warm milk and let it rise in some place warm. Mix dry ingredients in a bowl and make like a hole in the middle, where you put all the wet ingredients. Knead well and roll.
• Spread the filling over the rolled dough and roll it up (not spread the filling all the way to the edge for easier finish).
• Place potica in a greased baking dish or on a baking paper and put it for half an hour in the oven, preheated to 50 °C, so the cake rises. Then set the oven at 200°C and bake for 20 minutes. The next 20 minutes reduce the temperature to 150°C. Be aware that the cooking time depends on the type of oven, so be careful and, if necessary turn the oven off before or bake longer.

Almond potica

Almond potica


5 responses to “Vegan recipe – Almond ‘potica’

  1. markopoljak says:

    mmmmm, well that looks tasty; i bet it is haha =)

  2. LJ says:

    What is vegetable cream?

    • Anja says:

      You can buy it in store. It can be rice cream or soy cream, it is similar like the non-vegan sweet cream. I guess I would said better if I used word whip. My bad. =)

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