Top Rated Kolaches Recipes

Originating as a semisweet wedding dessert from Central Europe, they have become popular in parts of the United States. The name originates from the Czech, and originally Old Slavonic word kolo meaning "circle", "wheel". 
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Unless you’re from Texas, chances are you’ve probably never heard of kolaches (pronounced ko-la-cheese), a delectable breakfast snack as common in the Lone Star State as bagels are in New York. The slightly sweet stuffed rolls come in both sweet and savory varieties — I liken the latter to pigs in a blanket. A favorite secret food vice of Texas-based food writer Robb Walsh, this homemade version substitutes crescent rolls for fast and easy preparation.   
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