So some of you may have seen my post about having these at Scheub. Well they are one of my favourite Luxembourgish foods to eat and today I woke up with a craving for them.
I found this recipe on the Global table adventure blog and thought I’d give it a try. I followed the recipe more or less as it was written there. I scaled it down a little as I didn’t want to make a batch to feed 8 people. Knowing how much I love these, I probably would’ve eaten them in one go if I did.
I also did a few substitutions to the ingredients list to suit my taste and what i had in my cupboard. I don’t eat onions, so I substituted that for about a teaspoon of garlic powder. I also had no parsley in, so I decided to make do with what I had and used coriander instead.
I used a frying pan to make these. I’ll be honest, a deep fat fryer is probably safer, as I did have to be super careful not to splash the oil on me when I was putting them in and flipping them. However, I am happy to say that I made these without sustaining any major burn. I did get a little oil splashed on my wrist but nothing that will leave a mark.
So here is the product of my very first attempt at making them. I think they were a success and I definitely will be making these again.