Venac od Medenih Zvezda /Star Wreath

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Sastojci

130 g molasses

180 g braon šećera

200 g neslanog maslaca

1 limun, rendana korica

3 m.k đumbira

2 m.k cimeta

1/2 m.k muškatnog oraščića

1 m.k sode bikarbone

500 g brašna

1 m.k soli

1 jaje

Glazura

200 g šećera uprahu

1 belanjce

1 kašika limunovog soka

1 kašika vode, po potrebi


1. U veću šerpu staviti molasses, šećer, maslac, koricu limuna i začine. Staviti na laganu vatru da se polako topi, mešati, kad zakuva skloniti sa ringle pa dodati sodu. Promešati da se sve sjedini pa ostaviti da se hladi oko 15 minuta.


2. Prohlađenoj masi polako dodavati brašno, mešati (biće teško) samo minut-dva, dok se sjedini. Dodati razmućeno jaje i so. Mešati samo da se sve sjedini, zamotati u foliju i staviti u frižider na 1 sat. Tjesto će biti dosta meko tokom izrade, nikako ne dodavati extra brašna.


3. Zagrijati rernu na 140 C (na ventilator). Razviti tjesto između dva komada prozirne folije. Potreban nam je krug otprilike 23 cm, položiti tanjir na tjesto i iseći krug. Zatim uz pomoć manjeg tanjira iseći sredinu kruga da se dobije 4 cm široki prsten. Staviti na pripremljeni pleh i staviti u zamrzivač na 5 minuta. Zvezdanim kalupima promera 3.5 i 7 cm seći keksiće (otprilike 15 - 20ak), slagati na pripremljene plehove, staviti na 5 minuta u zamrzivač.


4. Peci 8-10 minuta. Kad su pečeni biće jako meki, ostaviti ih da se prohlade oko 5 minuta da očvrsnu pa ih prebaciti na žicu da se skroz ohlade.



5. U međuvremenu, mikserom izmutiti belanjce, dodati prah šećer i sok limuna. Mutiti da se dobije čvršća ali tekuća glazura, po potrebi dodati i vodu. Da vas nebuni sličica, ja još uvek nikako da naučim da pravim jednu vrstu keksića... Dekorisati sveže pa ih lepiti na venac. Ostaviti preko noći da se dobro osuše.


Savet

Zvezde na krug možete lepiti jestivim lepilom, vrućim karamelom ili glazurom.



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Edible Star Wreath

 

Have a look at more recipes using molasses and also this beautiful Mini Gingerbread Houses or why don't you try this one


Ingredients

130 g dark molasses

180 g soft light brown sugar

200 g unsalted butter

zest of 1 lemon

3 tsp ground ginger

2 tsp ground cinnamon

1/2 tsp ground nutmeg

1 tsp bicarbonate of soda

500 g plain flour

1 tsp salt

1 lightly beaten medium egg


Royal Icing

200 g icing sugar

1 small egg white

1 tbsp lemon juice

1 tbsp water

Method

1. Pour the molasses into a large saucepan with the sugar, butter, zest and spices. Keep on a low heat until all the sugar has dissolved. Then, bring to the boiling point, remove from the heat, add in the bicarbonate of soda and mix until combined. Leave to cool for 15 minutes.


2. Slowly sift the flour and salt into the mixture, then add the egg. It may become quite tough to fold with a wooden spoon so an extra pair of hands would be helpful, or you can use a stand mixer. Mix until combined - don't overwork the dough - then wrap in cling film to chill in the fridge for 1 hour.


3. Preheat the oven to 140 C (fan). Line baking trays with baking paper. Roll the dough between two sheets of cling film, to a thickness of about 5 mm. Using a star cutter of 3, 5 and 7 cm cut out about 15-20 stars and gently place them on the prepared baking trays. Place in the freezer for 5 minutes. Place a plate (around 24 cm wide) on the rolled dough and cut around it. Then use a smaller plate to cut out the centre. You want a ring that’s 4 cm wide. Put this in the freezer.


4. Bake in the oven in batches for 8-12 minutes depending on the size. They will still be soft once baked, so leave them to cool for 5 minutes in order for them to harden. Carefully transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.


5. Meanwhile, mix the icing sugar, egg white, lemon juice and water together to make a thin, runny icing. Using a piping bag fitted with a fine nozzle, decorate the stars and stick them to the wreath. Leave to set overnight.


Tip

You can add some food colouring to the icing to give the stars different colours. 



ENJOY!

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