I decided to test my multicooker on puff pastry, to see what the result would be. The result is there, you judge, but I will give my opinion in additional information. After all, this is a test drive and it is important for the campaign to know any opinion about their product.
I decided to go the more complicated route and make the puff pastry myself. The recipe for this dough was advised to me by a friend on the site and I proceeded to test, both the new recipe and the multicooker.
- flour-250 gr.
- soft cheese (cream-cheese)-250 gr.
- butter-160 gr.
- salt-1/4 tsp.
- Cranberry jam or any jam for your taste.
Prepare the dough, this must be done in advance, because it takes time to get a good puff pastry, or rather almost a day.
Combine the butter and soft cheese with a fork. Add to the cheese and butter mixture, flour, pre-mixed with salt.
Make a fine crumb of butter and flour. There is no need to knead the dough, you just need to have a dough with lumps. Put the half-finished dough in a bag and place in the refrigerator for 12 hours.
After this time, roll out the crumbs into a rectangular layer. Fold it, dividing the layer into three parts, covering the edges in the middle.
Put the dough in the refrigerator for 30 minutes, then roll out again, fold, and so repeat this operation three times.
Roll out the dough into a rectangular layer on the table, dust it with flour, cut it into triangles, put the filling on the wide part and roll up the bagels.
Brush the surface of the bagels with whisked egg yolk, put them in the bowl of the multicooker and turn on the function “Baking” for 45 minutes.
The finished bagels cool, sprinkle with powdered sugar and enjoy.