Introduction and Overview about Bossche bollen Recipe
Bossche bol recipe is the most traditional Dutch recipe. This blog will take a look at this traditional dish and show you what goes into making it and how it is made. Let’s have a look.
Ingredients for Bossche bollen:
100 ml of water
100 ml milk
100 gr of butter
1 pinch of salt
100 gr Of flour
50 ml of water
150 gr of sugar
200 gr chocolate desserts
350 ml cream
40 gr of sugar
- Large and small bowl
- Wooden spoon
- Large skillet
Step by Step Instructions
Bring the water, milk, butter, and salt to a boil.
Add the flour at once and stir with a wooden spoon, until the liquid has evaporated.
Remove and add the eggs, one at a time. Do not add the next until it has been integrated. (This is very important).
Put in a pastry bag with a smooth nozzle.
Make large portions on a cookie sheet with greaseproof paper.
Bake at 200º for 20/25 minutes.
Remove and cool on the rack.
Whip the cream with sugar. Reserve in the fridge.
Bring the water and sugar to a boil.
When the syrup has been made, remove, add the chocolate and stir until it has melted. Let it warm at 110º.
Once the Bossche bollen are cold, make a small hole, with the tip of a knife, in the base and fill with the cream. They have to be well filled.
Pass through the glaze and let it drain. Put in the fridge until consumed.
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Bossche Bollen Recipe Nutrition Facts
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Bossche Bollen History
According to Wikipedia, late in the 19th century, an early item of Bossche Bol was being sold in Den Bosch (A city in the Netherlands). A chocolate-covered pastry, filled with custard was being sold by a baker named “Lambermont”.
Another baker opened a shop in the same street and invented a variation filled with whipped cream, covered with chocolate. That was the first real Bossche Bol.
The name “Bossche bol” only became common when the treat became popular outside of the city. The exact recipe varies between bakers, although the recipe that is now acknowledged as the “real Bossche Bol” is the one made and sold by the confectionery Jan de Groot.
How to Eat Bossche Bollen
It is ideal to eat Bossche bol with your favorite cup of coffee, but people sometimes take it as a dessert after finishing the meal. But it totally depends on your choice of how and when you want to eat.
The traditional way of eating Bossche bollen is with the fingers. You can take it in such a way if you like but this way is a little bit messy. Habitual eaters suggest the upside down while eating it. It is due to a great reason, Bossche bollen is hard from the upside. So, it is great to put the hard side down to avoid spillage and messiness.
That was the tasty and my favorite Bossche bol recipe. Try this at home today with coffee on breakfast or after a meal. Take it with the help of a knife and fork and with your hands, the choice is up to you.
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