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Direzione Didattica Ottavo Circolo di Piacenza

I BUSSLANEIN

I BUSSLANEIN

Creata il 02-11-2015 alle 11:56 da segreteria

“Buslanein “ / doughnuts

Preparation time: 20 minutes
*Blanching time:3-5 minutes
Cooking time: 25-30 minutes


Ingredients:


400 gr flour
180 gr white sugar
½ glass milk
100 gr butter
2 whole eggs
1 yolk
1 grated lemon peel
1 pinch salt
1 bag baking powder
Directions
Put flour in a bowl.
Add in the centre of flour: sugar, small pieces of butter, eggs, yolk,grated lemon peel,, salt and baking powder and  mix them.
Make with  the mixture  some small water snakes, about 8/10cm. Long.
Form small rings and close them with light pressure of the fingers.
*Blanch the doughnuts i in the hot water  for 3-5 minutes and then put them on a tablecloth until they are cold.
Grase with butter a tin  and put the cold “ Buslanei” on it.
Bake in the oven preheated to 180°C for 25-30 minutes.
N .B. * You could make crisp doughnuts without blanching them , but only cooking on the greased tin in the oven.

This is the modern  recipe. Our handmade  “Buslanein”

Traditions: “Buslanein “ / doughnuts

In  1300 the S. Savino monks  presented to canonicals of the cathedral with the “Buslanein”.

When our grandparents  were confirmed, they received a necklace of doughnuts  as   a present from their sponsors.

They are typical biscuits from Tidone Valley.

The doughnuts of  The  Walnut Restaurant in Rottofreno,  “Buslanein della Noce di Rottofreno”, are very famous  and a bit hard, because they haven't got any eggs and much sugar.

Today,  we can buy the traditional and  a bit hard “  or the  modern crisp  “Buslanein”  on Wednesday and  on Saturday, the market days, in the corner of  20th SEPTEMBER Street and the Cathedral Square , at the baker's shops or in the local festivals .

In S. Nicolò al  Trebbia, in the small hamlet: Rottrofeno, there's the  “Buslanein” festival , in june.

 You can look at the  old carts of “ Buslanein” traders with the  necklaces of  the “Buslanein”.


Usually, the children soak them in the milk for  breakfast or during the day they only eat without milk. but the adults prefer them in the wine.

 

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