Koopmans Mix for Oliebollen, 500g
Making your own Oliebollen has never been easier - with a simple baking mix from Koopmans.
For the Koopmans Oliebollen you will need:
- 1 Koopmans Oliebollen baking mix
- 500 ml lukewarm water
- 250g sultanas (to taste)
- sunflower oil for baking
1. if you are adding sultanas, first soak them in lukewarm water for about 15 minutes and then pat them dry.
2. put the baking mixture into a large bowl and add the 500ml water. Then mix with a hand mixer until smooth.
3. Add the sultanas and fold them in with a cooking spoon.
4. cover the dough with plastic wrap and let it rise at room temperature for about 45 minutes.
5. Next, heat the deep fryer to 190 degrees. Shape the olibolls with the help of 2 tablespoons and carefully slide them into the hot fat.
6. Bake the olibolls for approx. 3-4 minutes until golden brown all over. Remove from the fat bath with a skimmer and drain on a paper towel.
Serve the Koopmans Oliebollen while still slightly warm and sprinkle with our delicious Van Gilse icing sugar - LEKKER!
With Koopmans Oliebollen you can make a dough for the traditional Oliebollen from Holland in no time at all. Oliebollen are traditionally eaten in the Netherlands on New Year's Eve, Oudejaarsavond. Between Christmas and New Year's Day, the delicious balls are sold at many stalls outside supermarkets, at markets and in bakeries.
Would you like to make Oliebollen at home and surprise your friends on New Year's Eve? No problem! You can make Oliebollen with the Koopmans baking mix from Holland.
What are Oliebollen?
Oliebollen are a fried pastry from the Netherlands, similar to the yeast-based doughnuts known in this country. The dough is deep-fried and the Oliebollen are garnished with a little icing sugar.
Oliebollen are traditionally eaten on New Year's Eve in Holland. At fairs, Oliebollen can be bought all year round and are considered a real highlight there and a must for every visit to the market.
In some parts of Belgium, the doughnut-like oliebol is also called smoutebol. This is because they were previously baked in smout. An oliebol in Belgium is usually not filled. In the Netherlands, oliebollen are often sold filled.
How do you refine Oliebollen?
You can add whatever you like to the dough for the delicious Oliebollen. Sultanas are the most classic ingredient for refining the delicious dough balls. When you read "Krenten" in Holland, you are talking about small raisin-like fruits. These are sold as krentenbollen. If you don't like crent, you can also add a savoury flavour to your Oliebollen. This is a real insider tip and very tasty. With a little bacon, the otherwise sweet Oliebollen become savoury balls of dough. If you prefer your oliebol fruity, add a little apple or lemon.
Tip: Refine the Oliebollen with the van Gilse Poedersuiker. Real Dutch icing sugar in a handy dosage tin.
Oliebollenmix - doughnut baking mix.
In the Netherlands, the classic on New Year's Eve.
Since 1846, the Koopmans company has strived to bring the most delicious baked goods to our tables. "With Koopmans' delicious baking mixes you can be sure that your cake will be good". The Koopmanns company is very proud of this statement. And they have remained true to their traditional baking mixes to this day.
Manufacturer information about the product:
Producer : Koopmans Consumentenservice
Address : Answer number 7204
Postcode : 3800TE
Place : Amersfoort
Country : Netherlands