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Rosette and Timbale Cookie Irons

Updated on April 12, 2011

Nordic Ware Swedish Rosettes, Timbales Set

Are you looking to make Rosette cookies or Timbales then you will need this set for all of your cookie making for these. These cookies or pastries whatever you prefer to call them are delicious. It's a deep fried almost like fried dough but make a great cookie for the holidays.

Each kit comes with the following rosette and timbale irons. Make delicious, melt in your mouth deep-fried rosette cookies or timbale pastry shells. Each set includes a quick-change handle, 3 rosettes, 3 timbales forms and a batter recipe on the back of each box

Rosette Recipes

The picture above is a Rosette they are deep fried and sprinkled with powder sugar.

1.Combine 2 eggs, 1 tablespoon sugar and 1/4 teapsoon salt; mix well. Then add 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour, 1 cup milk, 1 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract this makes about 26-28 rosette cookies.

2. Using a deep fryer try to heat oil up to 375-380F or they won't turn out right. Heat up a iron for about 2 minutes.

3. Dip iron into batter and then immediately dip it into oil. Fry for about 25-30 seconds or once it's golden, take out and let excess drain out by tipping it upside down. Take Rosette out of iroon and place on rack to cool.

4. Reheat the iron for 2 minutes and repeat. You can sprinkle them with confection sugar or use a light frosting on them.

Things to keep in mind if the rosettes do not slip off the mold easily, put back in fryer, the dough is not cooked enough next to the mold.Watch out for hot oil coming out of the fryer it can burn skin.


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