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Swedish Rosette and Timbale Set

Swedish Rosette and Timbale Set

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Rosettes

4.7 based on 3 reviews

PREP: 15 MINUTES

COOK: 1 MINUTES

SERVINGS: 45 - 50 SERVINGS

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Make these delicious, deep-fried, melt-in-your-mouth Scandinavian cookies in either traditional Rosette shapes or Timbales. These classic Swedish cookies can be dusted with powdered sugar or fill the Bundt-inspired timbale pastry shells with a savory filling.

Ingredients

  • 2 eggs
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 cup sifted flour
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon lemon extract* (or sub orange zest)

Directions

Slightly beat eggs in a medium bowl. Mix in sugar and milk. Sift flour with salt. Stir into egg mixture, and beat until smooth (about consistency of heavy cream). Mix in extract until incorporated. Transfer batter to a shallow dish. **

* You may replace lemon extract with vanilla, brandy, anise, or rum extract.
** For crisper Rosette Cookies, refrigerate batter, covered, at least 2 hours before using.

Heat 2” of oil in skillet to 325°F. Immerse Rosette molds in hot oil until thoroughly heated, and blot excess oil off Rosette molds. Dip hot molds in dish filled with batter so that batter covers all but the top of the Rosette molds. Immerse again in hot oil, covering completely. Remove from oil when bubbling ends and pastry is golden brown. Slip Rosettes off the molds, gently tapping, should the pastry stick. (If Rosette falls off into oil, let sit until golden brown and remove with fork).

When Rosettes are cool, sprinkle with powdered sugar and serve. Makes approximately 45-50 Rosettes.

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    Wonderful recipe. Easy to follow and my rosettes came out beautifully. Love the tips on the back of the box. My mom used to make these when I as a kid and they are just as I remembered and now an annual tradition.
    Lisa Steele
    Fresh Eggs Daily

    I’m an experienced home cook and baker, making this recipe for the first time (I remember eating rosettes at Christmas as a kid, so I know how they should turn out). The set worked great and the instructions are clear and easy to follow. My only quibble is the yield: I got about 2 dozen rosettes, not 4 dozen.

    Delicious recipe! I have a Nordic Ware rosette set that I bought by mail order, in 1976 !!! For $3.75 !! LOL
    I first had rosettes at Zendhers in Frankenmuth Michigan.
    I have a few Nordic ware items, the quality is excellent! The best actually !

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Swedish Rosette and Timbale Set

Swedish Rosette and Timbale Set

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