The amounts here are straight from Insanity's recipe:
- wheat flour (about 1 kg or less)
- 5 dl soy milk
- 150 g margarine
- 2 dl sugar
- 50 g yeast
- 1 tbsp cardamom
- 2 tsp vanilla sugar
- 1 tsp salt
Warm up the milk to about 42°C (feels warm to your hand but doesn't make you scream if you stick your hand into it). Dissolve the yeast in it as well as the spices and the sugar. Keep sifting in the flour and kneading the dough until it starts to let go from from your hands and the bowl it's in.
Melt the margarine and add it into the bowl as well. Keep kneading for at least another ten minutes. Cover with a towel and come back after an hour when your dough is trying to crawl out of the bowl.
Divide in about ten pieces. Roll them round between your hands and put on an oven shelf. Let them rise for another half an hour. At this point you can also butter the pullas with well sugared coffee before oven and sprinkle some sugar on them. Bake 10-15 minutes in a 200°C oven. Enjoy with coffee, tea or berry juice.
You can also add raisins into the mix to make rusinapulla; stick your finger on top of the bun, put a clump of margarine in it and sprinkle with sugar before the oven to achieve voisilmäpulla; or sprinkle almond flakes on top instead of sugar for mantelipulla.
Nutritional values / 1 pulla / 183 g:
energy 534 kcal
fat 13,9 g
protein 15,3 g
carbohydrates 86,5 g
fiber 3,8 g