Mix the flour, eggs,
milk, yeast and salt and knead this for 10 minutes. Allow the dough
to rise one hour. Add 2 cups of water to the apples and sausages, bring
to the boil and simmer for 15 minutes. Roll out the dough. Drain sausage
and cut it in slices; distribute sausage slices and apple parts over
the dough. Close the dough and glue the ends together with a little
water. Bake this "bread" in the oven at 200 degrees
Celsius for 40 minutes.
In the original recipe,
you should put the dough on top of the sausage and apple mixture in
the pan and cook for 2 hours. The consistency of the final dish probably
makes one think of lard.
Even though it is
called Spanish, this is
a Dutch dish. On 8
October 1573, the city of Alkmaar in the province
The Netherlands freed itself
just like Leiden from the Spanish.
Burning tar was used to scare the Spaniards away. Alkmaar
is also famous for its cheese.
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