Saint’s bones with the Thermomix

Saint’s bones with the Thermomix

All Saints’ Day is a special, traditional and emotional date that, among many other things, is associated with different typical dishes. This would be the case, for example, of porridge. But not only those. Now we are going to give you another suitable proposal for that day: the recipe for bones of saint with the Thermomix.

It is a dessert that has its origin in the seventeenth century and is identifying, especially, the autonomous community of Castilla y León.

Do you dare to prepare it?

Ingredients to make saint’s bones with the Thermomix

Saint's bones with the Thermomix

Saint’s bones with the Thermomix

These are all the products you need to have at home to be able to make four servings:

For what is marzipan:
100 grams of glass sugar
250 grams of almond flour.
50 grams of egg white
For the yolk sweet:
100 grams of sugar.
6 egg yolks
50 grams of water.
Lemon peel.

Saint’s bones with the Thermomix step by step

Once all these ingredients are gathered, it is time to put on your apron and follow these steps:

The first thing is to start with the marzipan. To do so, pour the almond flour and sugar into the kitchen robot cup. It will be programmed
10 seconds / Speed ​​4.

After that time, and after removing the mass left on the walls and the blades, it will be put back into operation
10 seconds / Speed ​​4.

Next, the egg white will be added and the Thermomix will be programmed
10 seconds / Speed ​​5.

The result will be reserved.

To make yolk sweet, you will choose to pour the skin of the lemon, water and sugar into the glass
14 minutes / Spoon speed / Varoma temperature.

Then the result should be left to cool for about 10 minutes and the skin of the lemon will be removed.

Then the Thermomix will be reprogrammed
8 minutes / Speed ​​3 / Temperature varoma.

This time during which you will be adding the egg yolks, which previously have been passed through a sieve.

You will have to pour the result into a dish and let it cool for 3 to 4 hours. In this way you can spread the marzipan, cut it into rectangles, fill them with yolk sweet and turn them into cylinders.

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