Oliebollen (dutch New Years Snack)

Introduction: Oliebollen (dutch New Years Snack)

Hello, this is my first instructable.
I am gonna tell you how to make Oliebollen, a typical dutch snack wich we eat at new year.
First I will tell you the history of this snack, and after that I'll tell you how to make them.

Step 1: How Did It All Begin?

We don't know who has created oliebollen, but we do know that there are three possibilities.
Possibility 1: The people from holland did sacrafice oliebollen to the gods, for a good battle.
Possibility 2: In the first half of december, people did only eat at night. after the first half of the month people did party and made oliebollen.
Possibility 3: At the dark ages, the people from holland gave oliebollen to the poor and hungry.

Step 2: Ingredients

Ingredient 1: 1 wheat flour.
Ingredient 2: 1 liter water
Ingredient 3: 10 g of cinnamon
Ingredient 4: 20 g of salt
Ingredient 5: 50 g of sugar
Ingredient 6:80 g of yeast
Ingredient 7: a few drops of lemon juice
Ingredient 8: 200 g of raisins
Ingredient 9: 100 g of fresh apples

Step 3: Preperiation

Dissolve the yeast in the water and mix briefly.
Add the flour and mix the batter with a short mixer on the lowest position.
Working through the filling and let the mixture cool 45 minutes (and no less!) on a warm place to rise.
Prevent dehydration by a wet towel to put over the bucket.
Remember that the batter will rise , so use a large bucket.
Get the batter out with a spoon in oil of 180 degrees Celsius.
If you use a frying pan, set it at 190 degrees! Bake about 6 minutes of use peanut oil.
Change oil regularly!

Step 4: Enjoy!

And now enjoy you oliebollen!

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    7 Comments

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    Caiphas
    Caiphas

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Wow! Thank you for posting this recipe/instructable. My Opa used to make these for our family for New Year's. It was a wonderful tradition that unfortunately, we haven't done since he passed away a few years ago. Perhaps, thanks to your instructable, I can pick up and continue his tradition. Dankjewel!

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    Hoewa Laan
    Hoewa Laan

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Gatver...ik bedoel wat lekker. Het is al pas juni....toch maar een half receptje maken komend weekend.
    Trouwens, dit recept is gevaarlijk goed. En ik hanteer dezelfde verhouding 1 kilo bloem op 1 liter water en 80 gr verse gist. Gelijk Toos d'r vraag beantwoord.
    Oppassen met droge gist...gaat hard als je de helft neemt.

    Nog een truuk is om halverwege het rijzen de massa een keer om te scheppen. Lijkt zonde van de rijs, maar het komt het eindresultaat ten goede.
    Als je het niet wilt doen, zakt de handel toch wel in als je gaat schep-bakken.

    Honger!

    Groeten overal, Hugo

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    toos
    toos

    10 years ago on Introduction

    You have "1 wheat flour". How many grams of wheat flour is it exactly?
    Nice looking olibollen BTW.

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    AriedeB
    AriedeB

    10 years ago on Introduction

    OLIEBOLLEEEEEEEEEE!!! lekker hoor ;) ga ze binnenkort lekker weer maken!

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    AngryRedhead
    AngryRedhead

    11 years ago on Introduction

    These look absolutely delicious!

    The History step comes up completely black for me though.  I was able to view the others steps.
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    thelazytooth
    thelazytooth

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I think it was a problem with the title or something like that, I have changed the title of that step and it is working perfectly now.