Correctly pronouced [koLOSH] but Ameicanized to [koe-LAH-chees] are Czech sweet yeast wedding pastries with both sweet and savory fillings which include fruit, cheese, sausages and even eggs. The pastry looks a bit like a filled donut.
According to the Kolache Factory in Houston, Texas the pastry was introduced by Czech immigrants.
A light pastry dough made with whole wheat, white flours, oil, butter and a small amount of sugar.
Almond and oat pastry with a filling of fresh blueberries, cinnamon, rum or vanilla flavoring then topped with sweetened cream cheese.
Warm apple pie says autumn like nothing else. But if the crust is soggy or the filling runny, there’s only disappointment. Hand pies or turnovers rarely get soggy if you bake them long enough so that the dough develops a nice brown color. The layer of Love’n Bake™ Almond Schmear adds an aromatic note but also acts as a moisture barrier, which helps keep the pies crisp and flaky. A knob of cream...
A very sweet, fried Indian confection coated with syrup and served warm.