Potica is a dessert bread with origins in Slovenian East Europe, brought over to America by immigrants. It is made of sweet dough and a cinnamon-nut-raisin filling. The process of making potica involves flattening the dough to a thin rectangular sheet and coating it with the filling. The dough is rolled like a carpet into a cylinder, the filling on the inside. The rolled dough is then laid in a baking pan in an "S" shape and baked to perfection. The potica is often served on special occasions and holidays, and can be enjoyed with a tall glass of milk.

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