Poor Man’s Lazy (not a) Bulochki…

imagesThis recipe is here because Sveta loves it so much, that she asked me to put it in Windows to Russia. The first time I set it in front of her, she was already sitting at the table and looking like a little puppy dog waiting for a bone…

The Bulochki in Russia is simply put; (Filled Buns) a yeast roll with a small amount of filling, such as apple, cherry, and or jam of any type and or anything. As I have said before there is a million ways to make everything and this is my Poor man’s way to make dessert for Sveta in a hurry and she loves it…

Many food items in Russia are made to be carried and eaten later. Thus we have pies, rolls, biscuits and other bread covered items. These items hide the filling and it seems that only Russians can tell these pies apart, for I can not. Since Sveta and I are only eating at home, I can make a bowl version of the Bulochki in minutes…

I am lazy at times, but like anyone, I love a good dessert. Therefore, lets make a microwave delight that is sure to make you the queen or king of the household and it can be done in just minutes…

Ingredients:
1.) Apples – 2 medium to large…
2.) Cinnamon to taste…
3.) Sugar to taste…
4.) Butter – 1 tbs…
5.) Chunk of coarse whole wheat bread or any bread for that matter…
6.) Honey – 1 tbs…
7.) Could need a few tablespoons of water. If it is too dry…

Lets make:
Peel the apples and cut up into medium size pieces. Drop the pieces into a microwave proof bowl. Sprinkle with ground cinnamon and sugar. Make that more cinnamon than sugar please…

Stick in microwave and nuke for two minutes at high. Then stir and add a sprinkle of water if need be and nuke 2 more minutes at high…

You should have mushy apples that smell heavenly and now take the smoking hot bowl of apples and add bread torn up into small chunks. Push the bread into the cooked apples, but do not mix. Your mixing is done. Just allow the bread to soak up the excess juices and after it sits for a minute, lets finish…

Take butter and the honey. Toss on top of the bread layer and try to spread around the best you can. The butter and honey will get soft in the hot apples and bread…

Toss the bowl back into the microwave and set it for 45 seconds…

If it is not bubbling, nuke for a little longer…

goodNow, if you looked around, you see that everyone is watching what you are doing and like Pavlov’s dogs they are drooling at the smell of a perfect dessert. This dessert will not allow you to hide and eat it, for even the neighbors will smell it, as the fan in the microwave will push it all over the house…

No it is not Bulochki, but it is the ingredients of a Bulochki and it is darn good right from the microwave…

Best with whole wheat bread, white is next and black bread is the least favorable. Add bananas, raisins, and or anything such as almonds and such. It all works and is all delicious…

I have a version that uses peanut butter and it is so good…

Enjoy…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia

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A survivor of six heart attacks and a brain tumor, a grumpy bear of a man, whom has declared Russia as his new and wonderful home. His wife is Russian and she puts up with this bear of a man and keeps him in line...Thank God for my sweetie and Russia...Кайл Китон