Mutzen for the New Year 2015

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    for 4 servings of Mutzen you need:

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    250g all purpose flour
    250g Quark
    4 tbsp. sugar
    1 teasp. baking powder
    8g vanilla sugar
    3 midsize eggs
    powdered sugar
    cinnamon powder
    750ml sunflower oil

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    Mutzen are typical for German New Year and german carnival:

    (Quark and it’s substitutes.)

    1. Fill the Quark in mixing bowl.

     

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    2. Add vanilla sugar, eggs and sugar.

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    3. Adjoin flour and baking powder – knead the ingredients until homogeneous.

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    4. Meanwhile preheat a small pot with sunflower oil on medium height – circa between 140 and 160°C.
    (When they become to dark please turn down the temperature a bit)

     

    5. Take some dough with a teaspoon out of the mixing.

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    Then take another teaspoon to scrape the dough from the other spoon into the hot sunflower.

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    Deep-fry each dough ball until golden brown.

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    Let the Mutzen balls rest for a moment on kitchen paper towel to loose surplus oil.

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    6. Powder the ready hot Mutzen with a mixture of powdered sugar and cinnamon – Have a nice meal!

     

    We wish you a happy and healthy NEW YEAR 2015 !!!

    Yours Alex & Kristin


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    German Mutzen can be served with
    coffee
    hot chocolate

     

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    4 Responses to “Mutzen for the New Year 2015”

    1. These look delicious. Remind me a little bit of Berliner but having them with Quark makes them so much more interesting. Thanks for the recipe and I will have to give it a try sometime x

    2. A-Man says:

      Thank you, Marita!! Please don’t hesitate to post your experiences with the recipe!

    3. Anonymus says:

      This looks so delicious, and your pictures help make the recipe easier to follow and understand. It looks so simple, easy to prepare, and also very tasty. I’d like to pair that with hot coffee to help balance the sweetness of the powdered sugar. Thanks for sharing!

    4. A-Man says:

      Thank you, anonymous commentator from Australia!

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