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‘Mbriulati Siciliani

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Ingredients

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4 Cups 00 Flour
1 Teaspoon Sugar
1 Sachet Dried Yeast
2 Teaspoons Salt
1 & 1/2 Cups Water Warm
2 Tablespoons Olive oil
1 Eggs
Sesame seeds or Poppy Seed

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‘Mbriulati Siciliani

  • 180 Min
  • Serves 4
  • Medium

Ingredients

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The ‘mbriulata is a typical product of Aragona, in the province of Agrigento. The good Sicilian housewives prepared it so that their men could have a unique and substantial meal, which could support them all day long in the hard work of the fields. It is a dish that is preserved well, even for a few days and it is prepared especially to celebrate Christmas night.

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Steps

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Bloom the yeast with warm water, sugar Set aside for a few minutes.

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Combine dry ingredients.

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Either by hand or a stand mixture add water/yeast to flour, then olive oil.

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Knead dough, then form into a ball, let raise for about and hour until double in size.

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Cut dough into 2 halves.

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Roll out as if making pizza. The dough has to be rolled extremely thin, almost see through without it ripping..

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Traditional M'briulati is generally stuffed with black olives and sausage meat, but you can use basically anything ,pepperoni , spinach, onions ,etc.

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Drizzle the dough with Olive Oil , then Top with filling, sausage, olives (amount is based on preference) you don't want to put too much as it will make it too dense...

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Start rolling the dough with filling as if making a stromboli.

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Take the roll and form into a coil. Egg wash and sprinkle with sesame or poppy seeds.

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Bake in a pre-heated 350 degree oven for about 50-60.minutes. This will depend on the oven and size of the M'Briulati.

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looks delicious< i think my grandmother made these with spinach, garlic and cheese. Im going to make t foreigner tonight!

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