esteek01/03/11




While Roizy’s kokosh cake recipe #1037 generated more enthusiasm than any other recipe printed in my column to date, a few people wrote and requested a lower fat version. This cake contains no trans fats, is less fattening (its not low fat – its kokosh cake!). The dough is light and airy and the filling is not too sweet for those who don’t like cakes with too much sugar.






  • SERVING/YIELD
    6 rolls


  • PREP TIME









  • COOK TIME









  • LEVEL

    Medium



  • BLESSING
    Mezonos


  • RECIPE
    #1038





















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INGREDIENTS













  • - DOUGH:










  • 5 lb flour










  • 1¼ cup sugar










  • 4 oz yeast










  • 1½ cup oil










  • 2 whole eggs










  • 8 yolks










  • 1 pinch salt










  • 1 cup apple juice or light grape juice










  • 4 cup lukewarm water










  • - FILLING:










  • 8 egg whites










  • 1¼ cup cocoa










  • 1 cup sugar










  • 2½ Tbsp oil










  • - EGG WASH:










  • 1 yolk










  • 1 Tbsp water










  1. Place the yeast, sugar and 2 cups of lukewarm water into bowl of an electric mixer and let sit for 5 minutes.



  2. Add all remaining ingredients alternating dry and wet. Mix on high speed for full 5 min. Cover dough and let rise for about 1 hour.



  3. Meanwhile make filling: beat egg whites in bowl of electric mixer. Add remaining ingredients and mix until smooth.



  4. Take challah. Cut dough into 6 equal portions.



  5. On a floured surface, roll each dough thinly and smear with filling. Roll up tightly into a long rope. Fold rope in half and twist until; the whole thing looks twisted- like a rope. Place in loaf pan. Rise again 1 hour.



  6. Preheat oven 350°F.



  7. Brush with egg wash and bake for 45 minutes.















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