One of the typical desserts of Asturias ideal for snack and preferred by many are the Casadielles with thermomix. In some parts they are commonly consumed at Christmas and others in carnivals, whatever the season is these sweet empanaditas They are to suck your fingers and are very easy to make.
Place the first 100 grams of sugar in the thermomix glass to turn it into a powder and sprinkle the Casadielles once ready, program 10 seconds / Speed 10
Reserve the sugar powder in a clean and dry place.
Then process the dough, to do this incorporate 3 in the glass oil, wine and salt, program 30 seconds / Speed 3
Then, add the egg yolks and butter, program 2 minutes / Speed 3
Immediately add the flour and yeast, and so knead, program 20 seconds / Speed 6
When the dough ingredients are perfectly mixed, and as a result have a more smooth, soft and homogeneous, spread it on the table, before sprinkling some flour so that it does not stick to the surface, and fold it 3 times (as the puff pastry). Cover it well and store it in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
While the dough is cold, prepare the filling.
Putting the nuts and hazelnuts to be crushed in the thermomix glass, program 5 seconds / Speed 5
Then it incorporates anise, water and sugar, program 5 seconds / Speed 5
List the dough and the filling, proceed to assemble the Casadielles. Stretch the dough to a thickness of 2 cm, cut into rectangles of 10 cm x 12 cm, with the help of a spoon add filling, close and seal with the help of a fork.
In a very hot frying pan, cool the Casadielles, let stand on absorbent paper and sprinkle with sugar.
Casadielles with thermomix
Amount Per Serving:
% Daily Value*
Total Fat145.71 g
Saturated Fat 46.26 g
Trans Fat 2.52 g
Total Carbohydrate172.55 g
Dietary Fiber 12.61 g
Sugars 53.7 g
Vitamin A 60.27 %
Vitamin C 6.92 %
Calcium 26.36 %
Iron 107.36 %
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.