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Topic: Vegan swiss hazelnut tartlets - img heavy  (Read 786 times)
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« on: January 26, 2011 12:48:42 PM »

If you love hazelnut fillings, this is your pastry of choice. Its related to the "buendner nusstorte", a famous swiss nut cake, modifired by me and in cupcake size. This is what it looks like once its finished:

For the dough youll need:
- 350gr flour
- 200gr sugar
- a banana/an egg
- 250gr butter/shortening

For the filling:
- 200gr ground hazelnuts
- a tablespoon of oil
- 100gr sugar
- milk/alt milk

Stir together flour and sugar, melt the butter/shortening and mix it with the banana (or the egg if you want it less vegan). Mix the liquid stuff with the powdery stuff to get an easy to process dough.

Now get out your cupcake baking tray and line it with paper cups. Take a bit of the dough, soll it into a little ball with your hands, press it flat and line the paper cups with it all the way up. Save some of the dough as we will need it in a few more steps.

Now lets make the filling (yum):
Get out a pan, pour in a few drops of oil, heat it and roast the hazelnuts until they get slightly darker. Add the sugar and let it melt to caramel. Now add some (alt)milk - carefully, it might get a bit messy since the pan is all heated up. Stir well and keep adding milk until the consistency is somewhat creamy. Let it cook for a few minutes until the consistency of the filling gets firmer.

Take a tablespoon and heap the filling into the dough lined cupcake moulds. Once all are filled, use the remaining dough to cover the filling.

Put it into the oven at approximately 180C for no longer than 20 minutes. Check every now and then to make sure theyre not getting too black. When you get them out of the oven, the dough may not appear all solid but it will become firmer once its completely cooled out.
Congratulations! Youve just created a baking tray full of pavingstones on the sweet road to diabetes Grin! And youre darn good if you can eat more than one of those per day Grin!
« Last Edit: March 05, 2012 09:02:50 AM by jungrrl - Reason: changed thumbnails to full size images » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2011 04:23:36 PM »

I bet these are super tasty! I love hazelnuts. Smiley
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