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The same procedure applies to the pieces coming from the largest part.
I spread the overlapping pieces from the middle part with the rolling pin to a thickness of 1.5 cm, approximately and I sprinkled them with flour, then I overlapped them.
I placed the medium sheet in the middle of the tray lined with baking paper and I made 4 perpedicular cuts. The overlapping pieces coming from the largest part are also stretched with the twister and cut in the same way, but on the table.
I transferred the largest part above the middle part of the tray, aligning the top of the trusses on the sides of the trusses in the middle piece.
Then I began to turn the tips of the triangles outwards, layer by layer, starting with the ones at the top, which I pulled and caught underneath.
I shaped the smallest part of the dough into a round shape and placed it in the middle.
I let it rise a little more, I greased it with yolk and I sprinkled it with poppy seeds (middle) and sesame seeds (petals).
I baked in the hot oven at 180 degrees for half an hour.