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    Cozonac


    Cozonac
    Dessert
    Cozonac2.JPG
    Cozonac with raisins, braided and sprinkled with sugar.
    Alternative name(s):
    Bulgarian: козунак
    Place of origin:
    RomaniaBulgaria
    Region or state:
    Romania
    Bulgaria
    Macedonia
    Albania
    Main ingredient(s):
    Wheat flour
    Butter
    Milk
    eggs
    Sugar
    Raisin
    Lokum
    Lemon zest
    Orange zest
    Walnuts
    Hazelnuts
    Vanilla
    Rum
    Recipes at Wikibooks:
    Cookbook [[b:Cookbook: Cozonac|Cozonac]]
    Media at Wikimedia Commons:
    Wikimedia Commons  [[b:commons:Special:Search/Cozonac|Cozonac]]

    Cozonac (Romanian pronunciation: [kozoˈnak]) or Kozunak (Bulgarian: козунак, Macedonian: козињак, милиброд) is a traditional Romanian, Bulgarian, Macedonian and Albanian sweet bread. It is usually prepared for Easter in Bulgaria, Macedonia and Albania, and mostly for every major holiday (Christmas, Easter, New Year, Pentecost) in Romania. A similar dessert can be found in the Italian cuisine, panettone.

    Cozonac is a sweet bread, to which milk, sugar, eggs, butter and raisins are added. In Bulgaria, the kozunak is prepared by adding lemon zest to the dough mixture, just as the Romanian version. The Italian Panettone is very similar to the basic cozonac, the most visible difference being their shapes.

    In Romania, the recipes differ rather significantly between regions in what concerns the trimmings. The dough is essentially similar throughout the country: a plain sweet bread made with flour, eggs, milk, butter, sugar and salt. Depending on the region, one may add to it any of the following: raisins, lokum, grated orange or lemon rind, walnuts or hazelnuts, vanilla or rum flavour. Cozonac may be sprinkled with poppy seeds on top. Other styles dictate the use of a filling, usually a ground walnut mix, ground poppy seeds mixture, cocoa powder, rum essence and raisins. The dough is rolled flat with a pin, the filling is spread and the whole is rolled back into a shape vaguely resembling a pinwheel. In the baked product the filling forms a swirl adding to the character of the bread.

    It was the sweet chosen to represent Romania in the Café Europe initiative of the Austrian presidency of the European Union, on Europe Day 2006.[1]


    Cozonac Origins


    It's possible that the first cozonac has been made in ancient Egypt. Perhaps it was sweetened with honey and filled with seeds. The Greeks took from the Egyptians the interest in cuisine, the yeast and the leavened doughs. Certainly the Greeks have eaten cozonac. They made it with honey, raisins and walnuts. The Greek cozonac is called plakoús (πλακούς). Yeast and implicitly leavened bread and cozonac were "stolen" from the Greeks by the Romans, which added to the cozonac dried fruits. At first there were only two varieties called libum and placenta. Libum was a small cake, used as an offering to the gods. Later appeared versions consumed also by people, not only by the gods. Placenta, more elaborate, is a cozonac with cheese, raisins and peanuts, which was served with a sweet wine. Although they took the ready-made yeast from the Greeks and the Egyptians, the Romans were the ones who discovered all the possibilities offered by the yeast added to doughs, thus becoming true masters of pastry. In the Middle Ages, European bakers often made cozonaci with dried fruits, because they resisted longer.

    In Great Britain, first recipe of cozonac appears in a cookbook in 1718, with the recommendation to be baked in long and narrow forms, recommendation that remains valid nowadays. The French people, those who in the nineteenth century added the third kind of meal, the dessert, are those who put forward the cozonac, more than others.

    Today, this dessert with a long history is prepared mainly in the southeastern European countries, especially in Romania and Bulgaria, where is considered a traditional food.[2]


    Cozonac Notes and references


    1. ^ Coffee and Sweets
    2. ^ (Romanian) "Istoria cozonacului", Revista Flacăra, December 10, 2010

    Cozonac See also



    Cozonac External links




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