by Who’s The Kitchen Fairy – Click title for the recipe!
Hope this finds you well. As for me, you know it, let’s talk of weather some more 🤣🤪🤣🤪
More floods in my area, you guys. Crazy year this 2020 is. Rain yesterday and throughout the night, has caused another evacuation in neighboring town. Sad for them for sure.
Growing up, my parents house in Indonesia flooded quite often. So I feel for those who are experiencing major floods atm
To cheer the cloudy wet day (we are expecting hail sometime today supposedly 😔), I baked a sweet loaf, using fresh and dried apricots. You can slice and eat it as is as this is sweet bread, but it’s awesome for toasting as well!
1 1/2 c water 2 apricot, puree 2 tbsp butter/margarine (df or regular, either works) 4 c bread flour 1 tsp salt 1/2 tsp ginger powder (optional) 1/4 c sugar 2 tsp active dry yeast A handful dried apricots, cut into small pieces (optional)
As always, I include the video for the full action 😉
by Who’s The Kitchen Fairy – Click title for recipe!
Guess what am starting my blog with….yep, update of weather 🤣🤣🤣🤣 What do you know…it’s raining again 😅
Today is thunderstorm, and tomorrow all day rain for at least 2 days. We are looking for tons of rain again this week. Happy day.
Today am sharing a sweet dumpling recipe from Hungary, which I filled with plums and apricots.
Check out the video for details and tips ❤
5 medium size potatoes 2 1/2 c flour Salt (1/4 or 1/2 or even 1 tsp if you like – dumpling is normally tasteless, but sweetened with the fillings and topping) 1/2 tbsp sugar 1/3 c fat (butter/margarine, df or regular, either works) 2 eggs worth aquafaba (6 tbsp) Plums and apricots (either or both) Sugar as needed Brown sugar as needed Cinnamon powder as needed Water for boiling 1 tub breadcrumbs 3 tbsp cooking oil Icing sugar