2017/04/30

GLADA VAPPEN! | BT


It's time for a monthly blog team blog post and this month we decided to do something that's pretty accurate. We went ahead and chose to make a May Day-themed blog post and what would be better for May Day than share a recipe for these pretty little funnel cakes.

// On jälleen aika kuukausittaisen blogitiimipostauksen ja tässä kuussa sitten päätettiinkin tehdä jotakin hyvin ajankohtaista. Mentiin siis ja valittiin vappu-aiheinen blogipostaus ja mikä olisikaan parempi vapulle, kuin jakaa resepti näihin suloisiin tippaleipiin. Reseptin löydät suomeksi täältä.


FUNNEL CAKES

Ingredients:
- 3 eggs
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 3/4 teaspoon salt
- 1,5dl milk
- 3,25dl flour
- 1 teaspoon lemon juice

- oil for deep frying
- icing sugar for decorating

How to roll with it?

1. Mix the dough ingredients in a bowl.

2. Heat the oil in your deep fryer to 180°C degrees.
(If you don't have a deep fryer, just put some oil in the pot)

3. Put the dough in the piping tube.

4. Pipe the dough in the oil and make it look like random
pile of yarn.

5. When it's light brown from the other side, turn it around and
let it get light brown from the other side as well.

6. Let them cool down on top of the paper and pour icing sugar
on top of them.

Enjoy!


Funnel cakes were born in the 1700s in Finnish gentry homes and it's May Day treat. Since then, Finns have eaten those.

// Tippaleivät syntyivät 1700-luvun säätyläiskodeissa Vappuna tarjoiltavaksi herkuksi ja siitä lähtien suomalaiset ovat niitä vappuna syöneet. 

Happy May Day! Glada Vappen! Hyvää Vappua!





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18 comments:

  1. I've never done funnel cakes and it was interesting to hear how these are done and what they include. :) I've concentrating more on the eating part haha!

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    1. Haha, I did these for the first time & it was so much fun :D

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  2. I love funnel cakes! They look amazing! Will have to give the recipe a go! :)
    Emma xx
    www.emma-jayne.co.uk

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    1. Yay, I'm happy to hear that you enjoyed the recipe :-)

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  3. YUM! I am going to give these a go tomorrow.
    http://paigemargaretblog.blogspot.co.nz/

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    1. Let me know how they truned out then haha :-)

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  4. Looks delicious! Great tradition for May Day! Happy May Jasmin!

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  5. Never tried this and it looks like fun to make....tempted to try

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    1. Oh, you should! It's super fun :D

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  6. This is something I would love to try it looks so delicious

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    1. You should! It's fun & the result is tasty :-)

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  7. This looks easy and so much fun to do. And in the end; it's rewarding as well :)

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    1. Haha, baking is super rewarding!

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  8. This looks so decadent and delicious! My husband loves funnel cakes, I should make this and surprise him!

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  9. I've never even heard of these but they look so delicious! And so pretty to take photos of ahah
    I'll surely try these out, thanks for sharing!

    Samantha | https://samanthacarraro.wordpress.com/

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    1. Haha, let me know what you think of them then! :)

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