Nut Kolachi Roll
Kolachi is the old-world generic term for many sweet yeast dough pastries and breads, originating from the word kolo meaning circle or wheel, in our case the dough flattened into the shape of a circle, filling spread, then rolled up. Kolachi (kawl-a-chi) is plural and kolach (kawl-atsh) is a single roll. Other spellings, all pronounced the same are kolache, kolachy, kolacs and kalacs. Many call them rolls, bread, cakes, strudel, etc. Hungarian beigli, biegli, bejgli, bejglik. Walnut or poppy seed is dios beigli or makos beigli, orechovnik or makovník, kutchen or mohnkutchen. Polish strucla orzechami walnut strudel, poppy seed is makowiec. Croatian, Serbian, Yugoslavian povitica, orehnjaca, orahnjaca, orehnaca, orevnitza, or poppy seed is makovnjaca. Slovenian slovenska potica, Italian gubana. German nussstrudel nut strudel. Some variations bake them in bread loaf pans, some flat in the shape of a wheel. Nut Roll is a popular Americanized term. Kolache is a popular Czech pastry, round, topped with sweet and savory fillings. No matter what you call them, we hope our rolls can fulfill your holiday baked good traditions, and bring back some sweet memories! You will receive one 12" roll per order, and made only when ordered.