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Róża karnawałowa (carnival rose) is a Polish sweet pastry traditionally prepared for Carnival celebrations in particular Fat Thursday.Carnival roses are made with three discs of faworki dough of decreasing size. The dough is made from flour eggs salt sugar and a bit of rectified spirit (95% alcohol). After the discs are pressed together and cut to resemble the petals of a rose they are deep-fried either in oil or preferably in lard.


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