NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, you may want to make some sweet treats for your sweetheart.
Or for yourself, depending on how you want to celebrate.READ MORE: Police: Man Stabbed In Head With Machete After Argument At Walmart In Kearny, N.J.
Edan Leshnick, head pastry chef at Breads Bakery, has a recipe that’s a sweet seasonal twist on a classic pastry.
Makes 12 mini roselach sandwiches
Butter – 150 grams
Sugar – 150 grams
Eggs – 150 grams (3 large eggs)
Almond flour – 150 grams
All-purpose flour – 60 grams
White rum – 15 grams
In a bowl, cream butter and sugar until smooth and homogenous. Slowly stream
Eggs while mixing vigorously until smooth. Add almond flour and all-purpose flour and mix until smooth. Add white rum and mix just until combined. Reserve in the fridge.
Rose SyrupREAD MORE: 19-Year-Old Shot In Brooklyn, Police Searching For Suspect
Water – 200 grams
Sugar – 200 grams
Rose water – 25 grams
Boil Water and sugar and remove from heat. When syrup cools, add rose water and stir. Can be left at room temperature.
Using either Rose Rugelach or leftover croissant, slice in half as if making a sandwich. Lightly brush syrup on surface of rugelach/croissant to moisten each half.
Using a piping bag, pipe 1” strip of almond cream from end to end of the bottom half of the cut rugelach/croissant.
Optionally, sprinkle chopped pistachios, pecans or sliced almonds along the surface and close the sandwich. Refrigerate at least 4 hours.
In convection oven, bake rugelach/croissant sandwich at 320f for 12-15 minutes.MORE NEWS: Group Of Women Accused Of Assaulting, Robbing Victim After Inviting Her To Party On Instagram
Let cool and decorate with sliced raspberries.