We were shaken last night. Twice. The first time at 2AM and then two hours later !
That’s so weird to wake up with a shake…
And the roar preceding the shake is for me as impressive !
The first time it happened to us here, it was the night too and I couldn’t fall asleep afterwards. In the following morning I rushed on Internet to check.
You have to learn to live with it: Wellington is right on the edge of the fault that crosses the country from South to North…
The shake was like a trigger.
I baked this pastry a while ago and it was time to share it with you. After all, you never know what will happen tomorrow and it would be a pity that you miss túrós táska !
Okay, just kidding…
Túrós táska is a Hungarian pastry filled with quark cheese [called túró in Hungarian], lemon zest and raisins.
My version is made with a laminated dough, a pâte à croissant to bring a bit of crisp, but usually it’s made with a brioche dough.
It’s supposed to stay sealed, but despite my egg yolk brush and my firm press on the edges the táska [bag] opened up. I should practice for that… At least, I’m happy that there was no spillage in the oven !