Roscón de reyes. (Three kings cake)
Roscón de reyes. (Three kings cake)

This specific text will continue the topic associated with cakes and cake recipes. In my last two articles I have composed about the best cake recipes in Poland. This time I will provide you some examples of the best recipes from the world. As always I will be writing about cakes that are cheap, tasty and quick to prepare. So read this text message to the end and I’m confident that you will like the info included in it.

This date commemorates the visit the Three Wise Men made to the baby Jesus in Bethlehem. In Mexico, the day is a gift-giving holiday. Tradition states this bread be served, garnished with the "jewels" of fruit and nuts.

Roscón de reyes. (Three kings cake) The next pastry is very popular in the globe (especially in Europe). It’s French cake. There are lots of French formulas. There are lots of opinions that will French cake is difficult to make. In fact it only takes some sort of lot of time to prepare due to the fact you have to wait for 12 hours, but the process is very easy. I think that French dessert is a good dessert.

To get started with this particular recipe, we have to prepare a few components. You can have roscón de reyes. (three kings cake) using 14 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you cook it.

The ingredients needed to make Roscón de reyes. (Three kings cake):
  1. Get dough mixture
  2. Make ready sunflower oil
  3. Get melted butter or margerine
  4. Take granulated sugar (heaped)
  5. Take eggs
  6. Get lemon zest
  7. Get orange zest
  8. Make ready strong white flour
  9. Make ready orange blossom water
  10. Get semi-skimmed milk
  11. Make ready fast action dried yeast (4x7g sachets)
  12. Make ready decoration of the cake
  13. Make ready egg beaten
  14. Get glaced or candied fruits, glaced cherries

The cake's round format represents a king's crown. In the Spanish America, it is also known as "Rosca de Reyes", in Catalonia as "Tortell des Reis", in southern France as "Gâteau des Rois", in Portugal as Bolo Rei and in the English world as "King's Cake" (popular in southern US states - Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama in weeks culminating with the Carnival). Regardless the geographical region, Roscón de Reyes cakes. The holiday is sometimes referred to as the Twelfth Night because it falls twelve days after Christmas, but is also known as Epiphany, and marks the day the Wise Men or Magi, Melchor, Gaspar and Baltazar, are believed to have visited the.

Instructions to make Roscón de reyes. (Three kings cake):
  1. Mix sugar and softened butter together. Add whisked eggs, oil, lemon and orange rind, orange blossom and one cup of milk.
  2. The second cup of milk can be warmed slightly and mixed with the yeast to activate. Add to the rest of ingredients. You will get quite a sloppy mixture.
  3. Add flour to mixture and when mixed well knead on a worktop for a few minutes until firm and elastic.
  4. Leave to rest covered with a cloth (or lid) for 1-2hours near a warm area like radiator or a warmish oven. Dough needs to raise to more than double its volume.
  5. Knead again on the table and give the shape of a huge doughnut with a large hole. Should be able to get 3 units.
  6. Place in a lined or oiled oven tray where they need to rest to raise again. I prefer decorating before they are proved so that I don't knock the air out.
  7. Once raised brush them with egg.
  8. Bake on a medium oven. I chose 160 C (fan) for about 20-30 minutes or until golden. If I bake 2 together I may switch shelves at 14 minutes to allow them to bake more evenly.
  9. Sprinkle with sugar as you get them out of the oven

Kids are waiting for the three kings (Three wise men) bringing them gifts they wanted to have all year long. They finish lunch or dinner with this delicious cake, called Roscon de Reyes. This is a sugar free recipe but it contains so many goodies that it really struggles to qualify as a low carb cake. The two big highlights of this holiday include the cabalgata, a massive parade with floats, where candy and small gifts or toys are tossed into the crowd, and indulging in a piece (or three) roscón de reyes, a donut-shaped cake topped with candied fruits and nuts and filled with sweet cream. One of my favorite parts of celebrating the holidays in Santander, Spain with my inlaws is the day we get the Roscón de Reyes.

So that’s going to wrap it up for this exceptional food roscón de reyes. (three kings cake) recipe. Here you can find ingredients that are integrated in all French cake recipes. These kinds of ingredients are cold water, salt, butter and flour. They are also extremely cheap. In my opinion you have to try to prepare this cake. I actually recommend it.