Yesterday we already started with celebrating Christmas by eating even more delicious than we normally do. On Christmas evening we eat lamb rack with honey/port sauce for 3 years. And since I discovered a website where they sell organic, natural meat I love it even more. This meat is so good you barely can’t describe it, it is meat from animals that have lived in freedom. They live in the Dutch nature where they only eat natural food and don’t get any antibiotics, hormones or other unnatural additions. And when I ordered the lamb I decided to order beef stew as well. I started making the stew already yesterday afternoon and it was on low heat fire for approximately 4 hours it was so good!
Tonight we will be having our own Christmas evening where we will be cooking 3 courses. The starter is a vegetarian dish of filled chestnut mushrooms, main dish is the lamb rack and for dessert we have a mini apple crumble cheese cake. Tomorrow we will be eating at my parents and the second day of Christmas we will be eating at my parents in law. All by all nice days to relax and enjoy good food and presents.
Baking time: 30 minutes
Amount: 4 sandwiches (depending on the size)
- Clean, moist towel
- Mixing Bowl
- Baking Paper
- Baking Tray
While the coconut oil melts you can put the egg in a mixing bowl (or the bowl of your mixer). Add the yeast, honey (20 grams), buckwheat flour and the almond milk to it.
When the coconut oil has melted you can add that as well. Mix all ingredients properly into a smooth batter. It will be stick and wet but that is normal.
When the dough has risen you can remove the raisins from the water and add to the dough together with the almonds. Knead through the dough to make sure they are well divided.
The dough will remain sticky and wet so that is not really easy to do. The most important thing is that they are well divided through the entire dough.
Lay a piece of baking paper on a baking tray and make piles of dough. You can make them as big as you like. Cover with a layer of almond paste, as thick as you like.
Because the dough is really sticky, it is not easy to roll it into a sandwich. It is best to add another layer of dough as a top and to close the edges. Continue until you are out of dough, you can make approximately 4 sandwiches with this amount of dough.
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