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Hello, my name is Christine Bergmeier und today I will be baking Vanilla Crescents. To start, I’ve got two vanilla beans. I will cut these in half and scrape out the seeds. That will be used for the butter. Then add a good pinch of salt, fine sugar, and the egg yolk. And then beat it until it is smooth. Then switch over to the dough hooks, since the dough will now be firmer. Then put the flour and wheat starch in a sifter and sprinkle it over the mixture. Then add ground almonds. Mix it briefly then beat it into a dough. Once it the dough is firm, pour some flour onto the table. Take the dough out of the bowl and knead it into a roll on the table. Cut the roll into 8 pieces. Have a cooking sheet with foil on it ready. Roll each piece until it is about 30 centimeters long and place it on the cooking sheet. Then cover the cooking sheet with plastic wrap and place it in the refrigerator for an hour. So now the rolls have cooled. Take them out of the plastic wrap and cut them into 6 centimeter long pieces. Then roll them into crescents. Roll them back and forth and curve them into the crescent shape. Then place them on a baking sheet. The baking sheets are now covered with crescents and I will let them sit for 30 minutes in a cool place: a basement, balcony, or refrigerator will all work. Once the crescents have cooled, place them in an oven heated to 180 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes, until the tips are a light golden brown. So the vanilla crescents have baked beautifully. Now mix sugar with vanilla sugar and coat the hot crescents in the vanilla sugar. Then place them on a plate to cool. To keep them cool, store the vanilla crescents in a tin can. Have fun and see you next time.

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Duration: 5 minutes and 5 seconds
Country: Germany
Language: German
Views: 1,620
Posted by: issabella on Dec 11, 2011


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