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Swedish arak balls
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Arak is a Lebanese aniseed spirit and popular to use in these Swedish chocolate balls. With this recipe the arak balls almost taste like the balls you find in the cafés. You can change the bread crumbles against oatmeal, or biscuits like digestive.
Country of origin: Sweden
Preparation time: 01:30
Cooking time: 00:10
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Needed Ingredients:
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60 gr Icing sugar
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200 gr Cookie crumbles or smashed biscuits
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1 teaspoon Vanilla sugar
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2 tablespoons Cacao powder
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100 gr Dark chocolate
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100 gr Grated coconut/ chocolate sprinkle
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0,5 teaspoon Arak liquid, or arak essence/extract
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100 gr Margarine room temperature
Description:
Arak is a Lebanese aniseed spirit and popular to use in these Swedish chocolate balls. With this recipe the arak balls almost taste like the balls you find in the cafés. You can change the bread crumbles against oatmeal, or biscuits like digestive.
This is not a typical brownie with dark chocolate, instead the texture is more like a sponge cake. It is a tasteful lemony brownie with a coconut icing which makes the cake feel moist and dens at the same time.
Origin: United States of America
Region of origin: .
Preparation : 00:15
Cooking : 00:30
4
1 Review.
This is not a typical brownie with dark chocolate, instead the texture is more like a sponge cake. It is a tasteful lemony brownie with a coconut icing which makes the cake feel moist and dens at the same time.
Origin: United States of America
Preparation : 00:15 - Cooking : 00:30
This recipe will give you three cakes in one by using one mixture. The cake will divide itself in three different layers while cooking in the oven. The result is a cake with a fluffy sponge bottom, a creamy custard middle, and a moist dense top layer.
Origin: France
Region of origin: Unkown.
Preparation : 00:15
Cooking : 01:00
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This recipe will give you three cakes in one by using one mixture. The cake will divide itself in three different layers while cooking in the oven. The result is a cake with a fluffy sponge bottom, a creamy custard middle, and a moist dense top layer.
Origin: France
Preparation : 00:15 - Cooking : 01:00
One of the Swedish classical small dry cookies. Easy to make and you can keep them in the freezer for a few month so you always have cookies at home for "fika" if you will get company. These cookies normally have raspberry or strawberry jam on top, but you can use any jam you like.
Origin: Sweden
Region of origin: Unknown.
Preparation : 00:10
Cooking : 00:20
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1 Review.
One of the Swedish classical small dry cookies. Easy to make and you can keep them in the freezer for a few month so you always have cookies at home for "fika" if you will get company. These cookies normally have raspberry or strawberry jam on top, but you can use any jam you like.
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 00:10 - Cooking : 00:20
These bredele have only one thing in common with snowballs and that is the shape. These are traditional Alsatian Christmas bredel. You can find over hundred different variations of bredele cookies, and every family has their own preferences.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Region of origin: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:25
Cooking : 00:15
5
1 Review.
These bredele have only one thing in common with snowballs and that is the shape. These are traditional Alsatian Christmas bredel. You can find over hundred different variations of bredele cookies, and every family has their own preferences.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:25 - Cooking : 00:15
The French sand cookie originate from the Sablé-sur-Sarthe. To make the cookies you need to mix cold butter together with the flour and sugar, and the result resemble of sand. This Alsatian bredeles are one version of the sand cookies, but with a taste of peanut butter. You can use whatever baking from as you prefer.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Region of origin: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:40
Cooking : 00:10
4
1 Review.
The French sand cookie originate from the Sablé-sur-Sarthe. To make the cookies you need to mix cold butter together with the flour and sugar, and the result resemble of sand. This Alsatian bredeles are one version of the sand cookies, but with a taste of peanut butter. You can use whatever baking from as you prefer.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:40 - Cooking : 00:10
This version of the Christmas cookies bredele is a bit different than the most common ones that you will find in the region Alsace in France during Christmas time. Every family have their own tradition of which cookies are to be consider as classical for them. These pumpkinseed cookies can be made six to eight weeks before Christmas. This way they can be kept in a tin box, to let them get the right consistence before they will be eaten.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Region of origin: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:50
Cooking : 00:40
0
0 Review.
This version of the Christmas cookies bredele is a bit different than the most common ones that you will find in the region Alsace in France during Christmas time. Every family have their own tradition of which cookies are to be consider as classical for them. These pumpkinseed cookies can be made six to eight weeks before Christmas. This way they can be kept in a tin box, to let them get the right consistence before they will be eaten.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:50 - Cooking : 00:40
This is one of the classic Alsatian Christmas cookies called sand bredele. They are named sand bredele because it feels like soft sand when you prepare the dough. It is common to change the taste by adding vanilla, rum, orange, citron, cinnamon or ginger, and you will find them in many different shapes as well.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Region of origin: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:20
Cooking : 00:15
5
2 Reviews.
This is one of the classic Alsatian Christmas cookies called sand bredele. They are named sand bredele because it feels like soft sand when you prepare the dough. It is common to change the taste by adding vanilla, rum, orange, citron, cinnamon or ginger, and you will find them in many different shapes as well.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:20 - Cooking : 00:15
This typical Alsatian homemade hazelnut pie has a thick and crusty pie bottom and needs to rest over the night to get the right consistence. This pie is a good idea as a dessert to end an Alsatian evening after some tarte flambées (which you can also find on this webpage).
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Region of origin: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:20
Cooking : 00:35
4
1 Review.
This typical Alsatian homemade hazelnut pie has a thick and crusty pie bottom and needs to rest over the night to get the right consistence. This pie is a good idea as a dessert to end an Alsatian evening after some tarte flambées (which you can also find on this webpage).
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:20 - Cooking : 00:35
This is a homemade chocolate cheesecake prepared in a slightly different way than the traditional cheesecake. The bottom is made with pink biscuits from the region Reims in France. The closest you can come to these biscuits are pink lady fingers. Instead of serving a full round cheesecake this recipe prepare the cake in small single portions instead.
Origin: France
Region of origin: .
Preparation : 00:30
Cooking : 00:45
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0 Review.
This is a homemade chocolate cheesecake prepared in a slightly different way than the traditional cheesecake. The bottom is made with pink biscuits from the region Reims in France. The closest you can come to these biscuits are pink lady fingers. Instead of serving a full round cheesecake this recipe prepare the cake in small single portions instead.
Origin: France
Preparation : 00:30 - Cooking : 00:45
This hazelnut chocolate cheesecake is easy to do, and you can use a jar of Nutella to make it simple. The cake is more like a hard mousse cake than a compact cheesecake in its consistence. The cake tastes better if you serve it directly from the fridge than room temperature and that way it is easier to cut nice pieces as well !
Origin: United States of America
Region of origin: .
Preparation : 00:15
Cooking : 00:10
4
1 Review.
This hazelnut chocolate cheesecake is easy to do, and you can use a jar of Nutella to make it simple. The cake is more like a hard mousse cake than a compact cheesecake in its consistence. The cake tastes better if you serve it directly from the fridge than room temperature and that way it is easier to cut nice pieces as well !
Origin: United States of America
Preparation : 00:15 - Cooking : 00:10
This is a creamy chocolate mousse with a harder consistence, that fits perfect as a filling in a cake. You can prepare it in two different ways to get two different consistencies. If you prepare it and serve it directly the mousse is more fluffy than if you place it cold for a while.
Origin: France
Region of origin: Unknown.
Preparation : 00:10
Cooking : 00:05
4
1 Review.
This is a creamy chocolate mousse with a harder consistence, that fits perfect as a filling in a cake. You can prepare it in two different ways to get two different consistencies. If you prepare it and serve it directly the mousse is more fluffy than if you place it cold for a while.
Origin: France
Preparation : 00:10 - Cooking : 00:05
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