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Nov 11, 2007
8:11 pm
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Nov 18, 2006


  • 500 gram (US-17.6 oz) self raising flour
  • 4 deciliter (US-1 pint) lukewarm milk
  • 125 gram (US-4.4 oz) currants
  • 125 gram (US-4.4 oz) raisins (without stones)
  • 1 T salt
  • 2 eggs
  • salad oil to bake them in
  • Optional: add 2 apples in parts


  • Put the flour in a bowl and add the eggs, the salt and some of the milk and stir.  Make sure you get a nice smooth dough without lumps.
  • Add the rest of the milk, and stir.
  • Put the washed and dried currants and raisins in, and stir it with a wooden spoon so it becomes a light batter.
  • Take 2 tablespoons and make balls of the batter.
  • Let them glide into the hot oil (150C or 300F) and fry small portions of balls for about 5 minutes.  (They must swim in the oil)
  • Do not put all of them in at the same time, they should not contact each other.
  • Let them drain and serve them warm with powdered sugar.

Portions: 30 balls

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