New Year's rolls / Kniepertjes: recipe (balls) (2024)

Delicious crispy rolls or cookies :-)

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Big, smaller, smallest :-)

Thanks to my Facebook friends

for the generosity of the kneeling recipes!

I took the average.

Very fun to make :-)

It is a fun New Year's Eve tradition.

You can also often buy these cookies at holidays and fairs,

where they are baked on site.

Delicious!

It's very fun and easy to make them yourself :-)

And this is what you need:

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- 500 grams of flour

- 250 grams of caster sugar

- 250 grams of granulated sugar

- 200 gram margarine

- 3 eggs

-2 sachets of vanilla sugar

- 1 teaspoon cinnamon

And this is what you need:

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- Kneeper iron

- Newspaper to put the iron on, to catch melted butter..

- Pancake knife, to remove the fried pancakes from the iron

- A piece of baking paper to let the knees cool on.

- A rod to form rolls.

And this is how you get started:

Measure the flour into a bowl:

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Add the cinnamon and vanilla sugar:

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...and mix it all together well:

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Place the margarine in a mixing bowl,

and put it in the microwave for about a minute:

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Add the caster and granulated sugar:

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And mix the margarine and sugars into a nice smooth mixture:

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Now add the first egg:

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And mix it nice and smooth:

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Then the 2nd egg:

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And continue mixing.

You can see that the batter becomes a bit smoother:

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And now the 3rd and final egg:

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Also mix this in well:

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Now it's time for the flower

It is useful to do it in 4 parts,

otherwise it will dust too much,

and if you do it in parts,

the dough can also absorb the flour nicely.

First add about 5 tablespoons of the flour mixture:

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The flour mixture is nicely incorporated:

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Time for the next 5 tablespoons of flour:

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Mix well again:

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Add the third part of the flour mixture:

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Mix well again.

If necessary, scrape the sides all around with a spatula,

so that all the flour is incorporated into the dough.

Continue mixing...

...you can see that it is already becoming a firmer dough:

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...and now add the last part of flour.

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The device will have to put in a little more effort to mix,

because it will now be a firm dough:

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The dough is ready, and brought together with a spatula:

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Then make balls from the dough:

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I first made dough for 10 gram balls.

You can also make delicious 'normal' cookies from these,

which you can also serve with ice cream :-)

You can also roll up balls of dough weighing 15 grams and 20 grams.

Let the balls rest for at least an hour.

If you bake them immediately after making them,

they stick to the waffle iron and therefore break.

To make the knees, let the iron get hot on edge 4.

Place a ball on the bottom half of the iron:

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Close the lid and press it firmly for about 10 seconds:

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Fry the kneeling for 30 seconds:

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and take it with the help of a pancake knife

away from the red-hot iron.

Place the kneeling on a piece of baking paper to let it cool:

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You can also store the dough covered, divided into balls in the refrigerator

to make it crunchy the next day, for example.

Place them on a piece of baking paper, some distance apart.

Otherwise the dough will stick together a bit.

The balls will then become a bit firmer,

and if you want to place them between the iron directly from the refrigerator,

it is best to make them flatter:

To do this, place the ball you want to bake on a piece of baking paper:

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Fold a piece of baking paper over the ball:

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...and flatten it with your fingers:

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Fold back the baking paper:

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Remove the piece of dough from the baking paper,

and place it on the hot kneeling iron:

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Close the iron and press it for about 10 seconds:

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Fry the patties as described above for 30 seconds:

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...then take the knee again

with a pancake knife from the red-hot iron.

Place it on a piece of baking paper to let it cool

and it's done :-)

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And this is how you make a New Year's roll:

Be careful: it's hot!

Place the still hot kneeling on the edge of a piece of baking paper.

Place a stick or tube of 1 1/2 to 2 centimeters in diameter

some of the edge on top of the knee.

Lift the edge of the baking paper with the edge of the kneeler on it,

and roll the baking paper around the tube,

until the edge of the kneeler touches the rest of the cookie.

Remove the baking paper,

Continue rolling the cookie using the stick to create a roll.

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The roll is still hot!

Press the bottom edge of the roll firmly,

so that the roll is stuck.

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Leave the roll around the stick,

and bake a new kneeling in the meantime.

Before the 2nd knee is finished, slide the roll off the tube.

The tube is now ready to roll up the second kneeler :-)

Delicious crispy New Year's rolls and dumplings!

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The largest is made of 20 grams of dough,

the middle size 15 grams, and the smallest 10 grams.

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Rolls have been made of the two largest ones.

Delicious to fill with whipped cream :-)

The smallest kneeler is also a very nice buddy

to serve a scoop of ice cream, for example!

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A delicious and fun New Year's tradition!

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The flat knees symbolize the old year:

one unrolled scroll.

The scrolls depict a still rolled up scroll:

A new year, full of challenges, surprises and new experiences!

I wish you the best and the best of everything for 2013!

Kind regards,

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