- Mash the boiled potatoes with a potato masher and mix them with butter.
- Pack the dough tightly into a bowl. Then divide it into four equal parts. Take one of them out and fill the empty place with potato flour. In this manner ideal proportions are kept.
- Add the remaining dough and knead it energetically, adding the eggs one by one. Add salt to taste.
- Shape the dough into small balls and press a characteristic hole with your finger in the middle of each dumpling.
- Put the dumplings in salted boiling water and wait until they float to the surface.
- Serve with butter, scratchings of smoked bacon or fried onion.
Cinnamon Buns, or Korvapuustit in Finnish, are buns filled with cinnamon, sugar and butter. Cinnamon Buns are served oven warm with a glass of ice cold milk. Cinnamon Buns are sure to reward your taste buds! Finnish love their Cinnamon Buns and these buns even have their own annual National Day, which is celebrated every 4th of October.
There are many varieties of šljivovica (a distilled beverage made from plums) in Serbia. What is common is the scent of plums, a golden colour and the Central Serbia intoxicating power of a strong liquor. Less alcoholic, but no less tasty, is a drink prepared from šljivovica when the weather is cold. During winter, when a slava (the feast day of a family’s patron saint) is celebrated, the drink of choice is Šumadija tea or mulled plum brandy.
Alongside štruklji, Pehtranova Potica is the most typical Slovenian dessert. It is made with more than 80 different fillings. Potica is a characteristic festive dessert made from different kinds of dough. The most characteristic types of potica include tarragon, honey, walnut, poppy seed, crackling, chive, lovage and cottage cheese.
The Chestnut: sweet, healthy and low in calories. The Valle Isarco/Eisacktal Valley innkeepers show us the taste of the chestnut during the “Valle Isarco Chestnut Speciality Weeks” from the middle of October to the beginning of November when everything revolves around the fruit of the bread-fruit tree. Numerous inns all along the route of the Keschtnweg, in the traditional chestnut growing area of the Valle Isarco offer all sorts of tasty treats during this time, which are all prepared using the noble chestnut.
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- 1 kg of boiled potatoes
- potato flour
- 2-3 eggs
- 1-2 tablespoons of butter
- serve with: clear butter, scratchings of smoked bacon or fried onion