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Fattigmann Recipe Allrecipes

1 hours ago Allrecipes.com Show details

This is in response to Carol's request for what she called 'Futimonbuckles' but in Norwegian - Fattigmann Bakkels would sound the way …

Rating: 5/5(14)
Total Time: 1 hr
Category: World Cuisine, European, Scandinavian
Calories: 43 per serving
1. In a large bowl, beat egg and yolks together. Stir in the cream, sugar, melted butter and cardamom. Mix in enough of the flour to make a soft but manageable dough. Handle the dough as little as possible or cookies will be tough.
2. Heat oil in deep skillet to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). On a floured cloth, roll the dough out to 1/8 inch thickness. Cut into 2x2 inch diamond shapes.
3. Fry in hot lard until lightly browned. Drain on paper and dust with confectioners' sugar when cool. The cookies should be uniform in size and thickness and shouldn't be fried too dark or too light.

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Fattigmann Recipe Scandinavian Shoppe.com

9 hours ago Scandinavianshoppe.com Show details

Fattigmann Recipe. Fattigmann (English: poor man), also known as Fattigmann Bakkels (English: poor man pastry), are a type of Norwegian fried-dough cookie. They are also eaten in the areas of North America where Scandinavians settled during the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century.

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Fattigmann Cookies Traditional Norwegian Christmas

4 hours ago Outside-oslo.com Show details

Norwegian Christmas cookies fall into three camps: baked (like Berlinerkranser and pepperkaker), cooked on irons (like krumkaker and goro) and fried (like fattigmann, smultringer, and rosettes). Though they’re known as …

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Fattigmann Cookies Thanks For The Food A Norwegian

6 hours ago Thanksforthefood.com Show details

Instructions. Add all dry ingredients together in a large bowl and combine well. To the dry mix, add the remaining ingredients except the oil and powdered sugar. Mix dry and wet ingredients until well combined. Be careful to not over mix dough, as the cookies will become tough. Allow the dough to rest in the bowl for 20 minutes.

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Norwegian Fattigman Cookie Vintage Recipe GG Archives

9 hours ago Gjenvick.com Show details

Norwegian Fattigman Cookie Recipe. Fattigmann or Fattigmand Cookies are a tasty treat, often made during the holiday season. Like the Rosettes, these delicious Norwegian cookies are deep fried so if your making Rosettes, keep the oil and make some Fattigmann using the same oil. Fattigmann Ingredients. 2 eggs, beaten lightly; 1 tablespoon of sugar

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Fattigmann Recipe – My Little Norway

2 hours ago Mylittlenorway.com Show details

6 egg yokes 6 tbs sugar 6 tbs whipping cream 2 tbs brandy (optional for flavour) 1/2 tsp cardamum 200/250g plain flour. Method Beat egg and sugar until fluffy.

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Fattigmann (a Traditional Norwegian Christmas) Recipe Key

2 hours ago Recipekey.com Show details

1. Beat egg yolks, egg whites, sugar and brandy until very thick. 2. Add cream slowly, stirring well. Sift flour and cardamom together; add about 1/2 C at a time to egg mixture, mixing thoroughly after each addition.

Rating: 5/5(1)
Servings: 6

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Fattigmann (Norwegian Christmas Cookies)

5 hours ago Bigoven.com Show details

Beat egg yolks, egg whites, sugar and brandy until very thick. Add cream slowly, stirring well. 2. Sift flour and cardamom together; add about 1/2 cup at a time to egg mixture, mixing thoroughly after each addition. Wrap and chill overnight. 3. Heat lard …

Rating: 5/5

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Fattigmann (Poor Man Cookies) North Wild Kitchen

7 hours ago Northwildkitchen.com Show details

Fattigmann is a beloved Norwegian cookie served during Christmas. It most likely entered the Norwegian food culture around the late 1700s or early 1800s. Many cultures have their variety of this knot-shaped cookie, which are deep-fried.

Reviews: 16
Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins

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Fattigmans Bakkels Sons of Norway

1 hours ago Sofn.com Show details

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Estimated Reading Time: 40 secs

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Norwegian Fattigmann Christmas Cookies

2 hours ago Norway-hei.com Show details

Oil for deep frying. Preparation: Whip egg yolks and sugar until light golden in color. Whip heavy cream and fold into batter. Add spices and cognac. Whip the egg white stiff and fold carefully into batter. Add about 200 gram (3 cups) flour. Retain the remainder of flour for rolling out the dough. Cover dough and place in a cool area overnight.

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Fattigman (Norwegian cookies) Just A Pinch Recipes

3 hours ago Justapinch.com Show details

Beat egg yolks and salt until thick and light in color. Add in cream, sugar and butter. Mix well. Add flour and cardamom to egg mixture. Mix well. Chill one hour. Roll out 1/4 of the dough at a time, keeping the rest of the dough in the refrigerator. Roll a 1/16 inch thick rectangle. Using a fattigman cutter or a pastry cutter cut in 1 1/2-inch

Cuisine: Scandinavian
Category: Cookies
Servings: 5
Total Time: 1 hr 30 mins

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Norwegian Recipes Allrecipes

6 hours ago Allrecipes.com Show details

This is in response to Carol's request for what she called 'Futimonbuckles' but in Norwegian - Fattigmann Bakkels would sound the way she spelled it. This is a very old recipe that dates back over a 100 years and actually means 'Poor Man's Cakes'.

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Fattigman Recipe The Spruce Eats

4 hours ago Thespruceeats.com Show details

Use a knife to cut a 1/2-inch slash in the middle of each diamond. The Spruce. Twist one corner of each diamond up through center slash to make a knot. The Spruce. Heat 2 inches of oil in the bottom of a heavy pot to 375 F. The Spruce. Drop in pastry knots and fry until golden brown, turning occasionally. The Spruce.

Rating: 3.9/5(45)
Total Time: 1 hr 5 mins
Category: Brunch, Dessert, Snack
Calories: 565 per serving

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21 Norwegian Christmas Cookies for a Scandinavian Holiday

5 hours ago Adamantkitchen.com Show details

Fattigmann, sandbakkels, krumkaker, Berlinerkranser, goro, and rosetter — the cokies produced by today’s Norwegian Americans bear a remarkable similarity not only to those served by more prosperous Norwegian immigrants a few generations ago, but also to the christmas cookies served in Norway today.

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Nordic Recipes Daughters of Norway

6 hours ago Daughtersofnorway.org Show details

Norwegian Rye Bread (Rugbrød) Norwegian Stew (Lapskaus) Norwegian Waffle Cone Cookie (Krumkake) Norwegian Waffles (Vafler) Ole & Lena Joke Fortune Cookies; Open Faced Sandwiches (Smørbrød) Oslopolitan; Pancake – Coffee Party Treat (Svele) Poor Man’s Cookies (Fattigmann) Potato Dumplings with Meat (Kumler med Kjøtt) Potato Rolls

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Norwegian Christmas Cookies: Fattigmann MasterCook

2 hours ago Mastercook.com Show details

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Fattigmann (Norwegian Christmas Cookies) Recipe CookEatShare

8 hours ago Cookeatshare.com Show details

Directions. +0000. Fattigmann (A Traditional Norwegian Christmas Favorite) 1. Beat egg yolks, egg whites, sugar and brandy till very thick. Add in cream slowly, stirring well. 2. Sift flour and cardamom together; add in about 1/2 c. at a time to egg mix, mixing thoroughly after each addition. Wrap and refrigerateovernight.

Rating: 1/5
Calories: 283 per serving

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Fattigmann (Klenät) ⋆ ChristmasCookies.com

9 hours ago Christmas-cookies.com Show details

Roll out to 1/16″ thickness (if you have a pasta maker, you can use your roller for this). Cut in strips about 1-1/2″ wide. Cut diagonally at 4″ intervals. Make 2″ slit crosswise in centre and slip one end through slit, to make a “bow”. Deep fry in hot deep fat (350 F) until delicately browned, about 1-1/2 minutes. Drain on paper

Rating: 4.6/5(5)
Category: Fried Cookies
Servings: 36

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NANA'S FATTIGMAN recipe Epicurious.com

2 hours ago Epicurious.com Show details

Preparation. Beat egg yolks and sugar until light. Beat in enough flour to make dough. Wrap and chill. Roll out to thin. Cut in diamond shaped 6x1 inch strips with fattigman cutter. Cut a 1.5 inch

Cuisine: Scandinavian
Category: Egg

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Fattigmann Recipe Food.com

5 hours ago Food.com Show details

Sift together flour and nutmeg. Add to egg yolk mixture with lemon rind. Mix well, then chill 1 hour. Roll out 1/4 of the dough at a time, keeping the remaining dough chilled. Roll 1/16 inch thick. Cut in 1 1/2-inch wide strips. Cut diagonally at 4-inch intervals. Make 1 inch slit lengthwise in center of each piece. Slip one end through the slit.

Rating: 3/5(2)
Total Time: 45 mins
Category: Dessert
Calories: 77 per serving

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Norwegian Cookies Or Fattigmann Recipe Group Recipes

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How to make it. Beat together egg yolks and salt until thick and light. Beat in light cream, sugar and butter. Sift together flour and nutmeg. Add to egg yolk mixture with lemon rind.

Rating: 5/5(2)
Total Time: 2 mins

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Traditional Norwegen Cookies Fattigmann 84 Recipes

9 hours ago Tfrecipes.com Show details

Norwegian Fattigman Cookie Recipe. Fattigmann or Fattigmand Cookies are a tasty treat, often made during the holiday season. Like the Rosettes, these delicious Norwegian cookies are deep fried so if your making Rosettes, keep the oil and make some Fattigmann using the same oil.

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Norwegian Cookies Or Fattigmann Recipe Details, Calories

3 hours ago Recipeofhealth.com Show details

Get full Norwegian Cookies Or Fattigmann Recipe ingredients, how-to directions, calories and nutrition review. Rate this Norwegian Cookies Or Fattigmann recipe with 6 egg yolks, 1/2 tsp salt, 1/3 cup light cream, 1 tbsp melted butter, 1/3 cup granulated sugar, 2-1/4 cups flour, 1/2 tsp ground nutmeg or cardamom, 1 tbsp grated lemon rind, icing sugar

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Keto Beignets & Fattigmann Recipes Atelier Mandaline

3 hours ago Ateliermandaline.com Show details

Specifically beignets and Norwegian Fattigmann. It's difficult to be sad when you're eating fried dough! And these are Keto recipes, sugar and grain-free. The beignets even fit within Dr. Atkins' allergy elimination protocol diet! I adapted this from Ketochix's French Fry recipe on Instagram (@ketochix on Instagram).

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Grandmas Klejner (klenät fattigmann kleynur kleinur

2 hours ago Kvalifood.com Show details

"Klejner" is synonymous with "small change" in Danish and the Norwegian word is "fattigmann" which directly translated means "poor man". So it probably a poor mans cake, and one that could be made without an oven. Aaaand since I posted the recipe the Internet has been kind to point out that there is at least this list of names:

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Fatigmann (Norwegian Cookies) Recipe Food.com

2 hours ago Food.com Show details

Cut in 1 1/2-inch wide strips. Cut diagonally at 4-inch intervals. Make 1 inch slit lengthwise in center of each piece. Slip one end through the slit. Fry a few at a time in deep fat …

Rating: 5/5(1)
Total Time: 40 mins
Category: Dessert
Calories: 461 per serving
1. Beat together egg yolks and salt until thick and light. Beat in light cream, sugar and butter. Sift together flour and nutmeg. Add to egg yolk mixture with lemon rind. Mix well, then chill 1 hour.
2. Roll out 1/4 of the dough at a time, keeping the remaining dough chilled. Roll 1/16 inch thick. Cut in 1 1/2-inch wide strips. Cut diagonally at 4-inch intervals. Make 1 inch slit lengthwise in center of each piece. Slip one end through the slit. Fry a few at a time in deep fat (350 degrees F) for 1 to 2 minutes or until golden. Remove from fat with a slotted spoon. Drain on paper towels. Sprinkle with icing sugar. Store in an airtight container.

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Fattigmann RecipeLion.com

5 hours ago Recipelion.com Show details

Instructions. Beat egg yolks, egg whites, sugar and brandy until very thick. Add cream slowly, stirring well. Sift flour and cardamom together; add about 1/2 cup at a time to egg mixture, mixing thoroughly after each addition. Wrap and chill overnight. Heat lard to 365-370 degrees F in a deep saucepan. Roll dough, a small portion at a time, 1

Category: Christmas Recipes
Estimated Reading Time: 1 min

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Fattigmann Recipe Fattigmann recipe, Norwegian cookies

8 hours ago Pinterest.com Show details

Dec 7, 2012 - This is in response to Carol's request for what she called 'Futimonbuckles' but in Norwegian - Fattigmann Bakkels would sound the way she spelled it. This is a very old recipe that dates back over a 100 years and actually means 'Poor Man's Cakes'.

Rating: 4.2/5(14)
Total Time: 1 hr
Servings: 48

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Norwegian Fattigmann Recipe Cooks.com

3 hours ago Cooks.com Show details

Home > Recipes > Low Fat > Norwegian Fattigmann. Printer-friendly version. NORWEGIAN FATTIGMANN : 10 egg yolks 1/2 c. sugar 1/2 c. whipping cream 1/2 tsp. lemon rind 2 1/2 c. flour 3/4 tsp. cardamom. Beat yolks and sugar until stiff, adding sugar slowly as you beat. Add rest as listed. Refrigerate until next day.

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Norwegian Christmas Cookies: Sandkaker / Sandbakkelse

6 hours ago Outside-oslo.com Show details

3 cups all-purpose flour. 1/8 teaspoon salt. Cream butter and sugar in a large mixing bowl until light and fluffy. Add egg and vanilla and almond extracts and stir until combined. Add flour and salt and mix until incorporated and the dough comes together. Gather the dough together, flatten into a disk, wrap in plastic, and chill for at least 15

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Grandma's Fattigmann ⋆ Fried christmascookies.com

6 hours ago Christmas-cookies.com Show details

Directions. Beat eggs lightly. Add sugar and cream, beat well. Blend in cardamom or brandy and salt. Add flour and mix well to make a smooth dough. Roll out to 1/16″ thickness. Cut into 2-1/2″ by 1-1/2 ” rectangles (see note*). Make a slit crosswise in the center and slip one end through slit, to make a “bow”.

Rating: 5/5(2)
Category: Fried Cookies, Rolled Cookies
Cuisine: Sweden, Scandinavia, Norway

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Fattigman (Norwegian) Recipe Cooks.com

2 hours ago Cooks.com Show details

Beat yolks and whites separately, add sugar and beat well. Add cream, cardemon and flour. Roll out very thin, cut out with fattigman cutter in diamond shapes and fry in hot lard.

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What is a Fattigmann Cutter? wiseGEEK

7 hours ago Wise-geek.com Show details

Norwegian cookie cutters of this type can also be used with other types of cooking processes as well. For instance, the Fattigmann cutter can also be used with biscuit dough to create diamond shaped biscuits that have a natural crease for the addition of jams or a butter glaze.

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Sons of Norway share family recipes Food & Home

8 hours ago Journaltimes.com Show details

Jill Henriksen, a member of Racine’s Sons of Norway Nordlyset Lodge, makes Fattigmann, a Norwegian cookie that is deep-fried and dusted with powdered sugar, during a cookie-making demonstration

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Fattigman 2014 YouTube

3 hours ago Youtube.com Show details

The fun of making fattigman (Swedish poor man's cookies) at Christmastime!! 😊

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Fattigmann Cutter Recipes How To Cooking Tips

1 hours ago Recipetips.com Show details

Fattigmann Cutter. A tool used to cut rolled out dough into diamond shapes to produce Norwegian cookies called fattigmann. The tool also cuts a lengthwise slit in the middle of the diamond where one of the long ends of the diamond shape …

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Seven cookies for Christmas The Norwegian American

2 hours ago Norwegianamerican.com Show details

1 1/2 tsps. ground ginger. 3 cups flour. 1 tsp. baking soda. In a medium saucepan, mix the butter, sugar, and golden syrup over medium-low heat until the butter melts and the sugar dissolves. Cool a few minutes, then stir in cream and spices. In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the flour and the baking powder.

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Fattigmand sonjasbakeshop

8 hours ago Sonjasbakeshop.com Show details

Address. 9243 38th Ave. NW Mohall, ND 58761. 9243 38th Ave. NW Mohall, ND 58761. 701-756-6441

Rating: 5/5(1)

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Viking Blog Norway

3 hours ago Norway-hei.com Show details

Norwegian Glogg, the Mulled Wine Viking Drink. A few sips of Norwegian Glogg and you'll have an insight into how the Norwegians cope with the cold snowy nights in Norway, the Winter Wonderland. Continue reading "Norwegian Glogg, the Mulled Wine Viking Drink".

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Pin on Scandinavian Pinterest

9 hours ago Pinterest.com Show details

Fattigmann is a beloved Norwegian deep-fried cookie served during Christmas. Simple to make and quite luxurious with cream, egg yolks, cognac, flour & sugar ruhanson

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FATTIGMANN COOKIE CUTTERNORPRO3287 Pastry Chef

3 hours ago Pastrychef.com Show details

Fattigmann cookies, a Norwegian traditional delicacy. Specialty cutter for creating these classic Swedish cookies. Cutter width: 2 1/4", overall cutter length: 6 1/2". Recipe included. Related Items. CHRISTMAS VILLAGE COOKIE CUTTER SET. $17.99. Buy. ANGEL FOOD CAKE BREAKER. $5.49. Buy. MRS. ANDERSON'S GIANT CAKE LIFTER. $9.79. Buy. DOUGH …

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Norwegian Christmas Cookie Recipe Roundup

6 hours ago Thanksforthefood.com Show details

Norwegian food experts vary a bit in which cookie varieties they think started the tradition (read more here and here ), but many include some combination of smultringer (Christmas donuts), pepperkaker (gingerbread), goro, berlinerkranser, krumkaker, fattigmann (poor man’s cookies), sirupssnipper (syrup snaps), bordstabel, brune pinner (brown

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Norwegian Butter Cookies (Serinakaker) Bowl of Delicious

9 hours ago Bowlofdelicious.com Show details

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F and line one or two baking sheets with parchment paper. In a large bowl, mix together softened butter (1.5 cups), baking powder (1/2 …

1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F and line one or two baking sheets with parchment paper.
2. In a large bowl, mix together softened butter (1.5 cups), baking powder (1/2 teaspoon), kosher salt (1/2 teaspoon), and flour (4 cups) with an electric hand mixer until well blended and the texture resembles coarse sand.
3. Add the sugar (1.5 cups) and mix until well combined.
4. Add the vanilla extract (2 teaspoons) and almond extract (1/2 teaspoon) and two of the eggs, then mix until well combined.

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The Great Norwegian Christmas Cookie Extravaganza The

4 hours ago Norwegianamerican.com Show details

Editor’s Note: In the tradition of the Norwegian julekalender, we will be publishing one Christmas cookie recipe on norwegianamerican.com from the Great Norwegian Christmas Cookie Extravaganza each day from Dec. 1 to Dec. 14. Happy baking! This article originally appeared in the Nov. 27, 2020, issue of The Norwegian American.

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Norwegian Fattigmann Cutter #3287 Jack’s Country Store

3 hours ago Jackscountrystore.co Show details

Traditional Norwegian cookies the easy way. Norwegian Fattigmann Bakkels,which roughly translates to Poor Mans Cookies are a very rich traditional cookies. Features: --Cut dozens of deliciously uniform cookies in minutes. --Roll the cutter on your dough for perfectly shaped diamonds and exact center slits. --The head is 2.25"/5.5cm and is made of cast iron.<BR>- …

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Fattigman Cutter Fante's Kitchen Shop

9 hours ago Fantes.com Show details

Used for making the Norwegian cookies called Fattigmann Bakkels (recipe included), which means 'Poor Man's Cakes,' as well as Italian Wandis. Cuts pieces approx. 4 x 2 in. for folding. 1.75 in. diameter roller, 4.25 in. long handle. Cast aluminum alloy.

Brand: Norpro
Country of Origin: Made in Taiwan

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How to make fattigman (Norwegian cookies)?

How to Make Fattigman (Norwegian cookies) Beat egg yolks and salt until thick and light in color. Add in cream, sugar and butter. Mix well. Add flour and cardamom to egg mixture. Mix well. Chill one hour. Roll out 1/4 of the dough at a time, keeping the rest of the dough in the refrigerator. Roll a 1/16 inch thick rectangle.

How do you cook a fattigmann?

Lifting one up at a time, pull one end of the diamond through the slit to make a knot-shape. Check to see if the lard or vegetable oil is hot enough (it will begin to bubble when a drop of dough is placed inside). Place the fattigmann, a few at a time, in the hot lard/oil and cook until golden brown, turning once. Remove and drain on paper towels.

What are fattigmann bakkels?

This is in response to Carol's request for what she called 'Futimonbuckles' but in Norwegian - Fattigmann Bakkels would sound the way she spelled it. This is a very old recipe that dates back over a 100 years and actually means 'Poor Man's Cakes'. In a large bowl, beat egg and yolks together.

How do you cut traditional Norwegian cookies?

Traditional Norwegian cookies the easy way. Cut dozens of deliciously uniform cookies in minutes. Roll the cutter on your dough for perfectly shaped diamonds and exact center slits. The head is 2.25"/5.5cm and is made of cast iron. The handle is 6.75"/17cm and is made of stainless steel.