20 novembre 2006

Spritzbredele


J'avais besoin de biscuits pour faire un cadeau, et comme on approche de la période des fêtes j'ai choisi cette recette qui fait partie des petits gâteaux de Noël alsaciens.
La recette est ici, j'ai juste ajouté un paquet de sucre vanillé. J'ai bien aimé cette recette car pour une fois les biscuits ne se sont pas étalés lamentablement à la cuisson.
Par contre, la pâte était très ferme, j'ai eu beaucoup de mal à la faire passer dans la seringue à pâtisserie...

4 commentaires:

michelle a dit…

Your fruitcake does look just like the one I want to make! I wish I could read French! I'm sure it's both fabulous and delicious! You have a very nice blog here - and such wonderful pictures!

Plume a dit…

Thanks a lot, Michelle!
I could translate the recipe if you want, I wanted to make a bilingual blog but that's much work.
I could update this recipe in english anyway.

michelle a dit…

Hi Plume,
That would be wonderful if you could translate the recipe for me! I would really appreciate it! Thank you!! I don't blame you for not wanting to make a bilingual blog - it's hard enough keeping up with one!!

Plume a dit…

Michelle, I updated the fruit cake post, I made an english version.
I hope I didn't make too much mistakes, if there are things you don't understand please ask.
The cake base is not a pound cake like the one you bought as there isn't any eggs in it, and the fat is minimal, but this cake is all about the fruit and I guess you could put any dried or candied fruits you like in it.