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Krumiri

Krumiri The biscuits are krumiri of Casale Monferrato invented, almost by accident, around the end of the nineteenth century by the pastry chef Domenico Rossi. These cookies met with immediate success and were imitated by many pastry, which is why early Domenico Rossi tried to protect his invention, including in the press claiming originality of his recipe. Finally in 1890 the mayor of Casale Monferrato recognized the authenticity and uniqueness of Krumiri Rossi with a special document that officially decreed the invention of these cookies in 1878, the year in which he died the King Vittorio Emanuele II. More than a hundred years after the birth of Krumiro is not yet known with certainty what is the reason for this name: some maintain that it comes from the name of a liquor that often accompanied these cookies. Since then the recipe to make these cookies and remained secret, but there are several versions, with corn flour or white flour, which is still the original approach: we propose our own. Makes about 50 cookies Butter 200 gr flour type 0, 350 g Salt to taste 3 egg yolks 1 teaspoon Vanilla Icing sugar 100 gr Preparation To prepare the krumiri preheat the oven to 200 degrees, sift the flour into a bowl 0 large , then add the icing sugar , vanilla and a pinch of salt, then mix well using a whisk . Now divide the egg whites from the yolks and melt the butter in a saucepan over low heat. Add the egg yolks and melted butter to the mixture, then begin to knead with your hands until the dough is smooth and compact . Form a ball, cover it with the film and leave to rest for half an hour at room temperature. After the time necessary to fill with the mixture to a pastry bag canvas (or a plastic syringe) with nozzle stars, putting little dough at a time and always with softening hands. On a baking tray covered with baking paper formed cookies crescent, about 7-8 cm long . Bake everything at 200 degrees for 16 minutes, or until the cookies are golden brown, once krumiri ready, let them cool on a wire rack .

The biscuits are krumiri of Casale Monferrato invented, almost by accident, around the end of the nineteenth century by the pastry chef Domenico Rossi. These cookies met with immediate success and were imitated by many pastry, which is why early Domenico Rossi tried to protect his invention, including in the press claiming originality of his recipe. Finally in 1890 the mayor of Casale Monferrato recognized the authenticity and uniqueness of Krumiri Rossi with a special document that officially decreed the invention of these cookies in 1878, the year in which he died the King Vittorio Emanuele II. More than a hundred years after the birth of Krumiro is not yet known with certainty what is the reason for this name: some maintain that it comes from the name of a liquor that often accompanied these cookies. Since then the recipe to make these cookies and remained secret, but there are several versions, with corn flour or white flour, which is still the original approach: we propose our own. Makes about 50 cookies Butter 200 gr flour type 0, 350 g Salt to taste 3 egg yolks 1 teaspoon Vanilla Icing sugar 100 gr Preparation To prepare the krumiri preheat the oven to 200 degrees, sift the flour into a bowl 0 large , then add the icing sugar , vanilla and a pinch of salt, then mix well using a whisk . Now divide the egg whites from the yolks and melt the butter in a saucepan over low heat. Add the egg yolks and melted butter to the mixture, then begin to knead with your hands until the dough is smooth and compact . Form a ball, cover it with the film and leave to rest for half an hour at room temperature. After the time necessary to fill with the mixture to a pastry bag canvas (or a plastic syringe) with nozzle stars, putting little dough at a time and always with softening hands. On a baking tray covered with baking paper formed cookies crescent, about 7-8 cm long . Bake everything at 200 degrees for 16 minutes, or until the cookies are golden brown, once krumiri ready, let them cool on a wire rack .