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Szilvás és Barackos Gombóc

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    Posted: 27 June 2012 at 06:04
another recipe for  the Rod Franklin gypsies post


This is an example of an hungarian / romanian dumplings Deseret  that the gypsies took and changed it .  ( i love the gipsy  Method )


This is the original 


1 kg of potatoes

200-300 grams of flour (depending on the texture of the potatoes)

2 tablespoons oil

1 tablespoon flour

1 egg

Salt

1/2 kg plums pitted

1/2 pounds apricots

or cherries 

Sugar cubes

Cinnamon

4 cups bread crumbs

100 grams of butter



Preparation:

Cook the potatoes in their skins until soft, then peel. Drain well and mash into a puree.

Add to the puree oil, flour, semolina, a pinch of salt and egg. knead to a soft dough.

Roll out the dough to ½ inch thickness.

Cut the dough into squares,  about 8 x8  cm .

Place in center of each square plum or apricot. Instead of the pit put a sugar cube and a little cinnamon to taste.

Fold the square edges and create dumpling dough.

Boil a large pot of water with a pinch of salt and cook  the dumplings until they float.

In a large saucepan fry bread crumbs with butter till golden 

Place the dumplings in a saucepan and cover. rock the pan over and over until the dumpling are wrapped in bread crumbs.

 Serve hot .


 the gypsies  do the preparation different

they don't boil the dumpling they  dip fry and  dust  the dumplings with surge and cinnamon  .

 serve it  hot or cold



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rod Franklin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 June 2012 at 06:48
Thanks! These sound like something I would like to eat, but not to make. Have you made these? Such a production this recipe must be to make! These must be holiday cooking, not everyday things. Can you translate the recipe title? Thanks for your efforts. 
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plum and apricot dumplings - yum! Tongue
 
thanks for posting, ahron!
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