|Sugar (white; granulated)|
|Butter (or margarine)|
|Flour (white; wheat)|
Date: 21 Aug 1995 22:47:06 -0500 From "Gyldendals Store Kokebok" One egg yields 9 cookies. Start with the desired number of eggs, and measure out the same weight of each of the other ingredients.
Melt butter, then let it cool somewhat. (Presumably if it is too hot, you run a risk of coagulating the eggs as you add the butter) Beat eggs and sugar til fairly stiff. Add butter and flour and blend well.
Get out your krumkake iron, which will need to be buttered for the frying of the first two cookies. When the iron has the right temperature, place about 1 dessert spoon of batter in the iron and fry at low heat till golden brown. When done, remove the cookie and shape into a cone or a roll immediately.
It may also be shaped in a large cup or a small bowl to yield a bowl-shaped cookie that can be filled with cream, fruits, or icecream and served for dessert.
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