Saturday, April 26, 2008

Gulf Cardamom Puff

Recipe by:meedo

Astrid from Paulchen's Foodblog selected oat as theme for this month's Bread Baking Day.

BreadBakingDay #9 - bread with oat


2 1/2 - 2 3/4 cups white flour.
1 1/2 teaspoons yeast.
2 Tablespoons oat flour.
1 teaspoon ground cardamom.
1/2 teaspoon baking powder.
1 teaspoon vanilla powder or 2 teaspoons vanilla extract.
1 Tablespoon butter.
3 Tablespoons pistachios, finely chopped.
Pinch of saffron.
1 cup water.
1 egg.

1) Place all ingredients in the bowl of mixer; beat 10 minutes to make soft dough.

2) Cover dough and let rise in warm place until doubled in size, about 45 minutes.

3) Take the dough out onto a floured board, roll it out to 1/4 or 1/2 inch thickness, and cut with your favorites shape cutter.



4) Place on a baking sheet, Cover and let rise for 20-30 minutes.

5) Deep-fry in hot oil in batches until browned, drain on absorbent paper.


6) Coat the puff into powdered sugar just before serving.




meeso said...

These look so good, I love desserts like this, just my style...I am bookmarking this!

Susan said...

Wow, another fantastic recipe from you. I have a fear of deep frying but once I get over that these will definitely be on my list. The oat sourdough is beautiful also!

Cynthia said...

Oh yes! I am going to definitely be making these!

Fearless Kitchen said...

These look amazing! I can almost smell them cooking now. I love just about anything with cardamom in it.

Mona said...

Those look Fantastic! Inshallah I'm gonna try these! Thnx for sharing the recipe.

sara said...

they look great! i'll soon try them. they look like an arabic version of our spanish buñuelos. this is a small world indeed and we all seem somehow connected, don't you think so?
thanks for sharing!

culinarytravelsofakitchengoddess said...

Oh I'm drooling. They look wonderful, I must must must make them.

baronesstapuzina said...

Those look delicious and would go great with my cardamom ice cream. I love cardamom.


meeso said...

Hi, You have an award waiting :)

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

Looks beautiful!

rainbowbrown said...

yum! seriously.

Arabic Bites said...

Do try this...It's so good.

Thank you,you can get over your fear of deep frying by using large pot Filled with 1/3 oil & drop what you want to fry using large spoon (hope this help);)

I'm sure you'll love this recipe.

Fearless Kitchen,
I agree & these will be so good with cardamom tea.

I hope you love them.

I agree,thank you for your comment & do try the arabic version & tell us what you think ;)

culinary travels of a kitchen goddess,
I think this puff is worth a try :)

sounds great with cardamom ice cream ;)

Thank you :)



Anonymous said...

thanks for sharing such excellent recipes and can u please tell me how to make naan khati a sweet snack take care.

Arabic Bites said...

You're welcome.
The recipe you ask about is it recipe for "Arabic sweet"??
Can you give me more explanation for the recipe so I can help you or if you have the name in Arabic...

zainab :)

naila said...

can u tell me what is an alternative for oat flour plz? or is it just wheat flour?

Arabic Bites said...

Oat flour & whole wheat flour are different type of flour.
if you don't have oat flour,you can substitute it with whole wheat flour or white flour.


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