Wednesday, June 6, 2018

oliebollen -

Oliebollen (or in Belgium called smoutebollen) is a Dutch fried cake containing raisins or apple pieces with a donut-like flavor. Oliebollen is also known in Indonesia and is often listed in old cookie cookbooks. 

In the Netherlands, this cake is traditionally eaten on New Year's Eve. Oliebollen made by frying dough in hot oil until brownish. The dough is made from flour, egg, yeast, salt, and milk. This dough is left about 1 hour and fried, then sprinkled with powdered sugar.