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Something different for dessert yesterday, yummy potato dumplings served with fruit salad 😘😘Enjoy!
Boil up 4 medium potatoes until tender.
Drain and mash with a potato masher, add 1/4 tsp salt, 2 tbs butter.
Mash until butter has melted.
Add 1x egg and stir in 1 cup cake flour.
Knead the dough. Dough is quite sticky.
Add a little extra flour if too sloppy.
Depends on the size of your egg.
Work with wet hands.
7 x Apricots halved with pits removed
Sugar for sprinkling over apricots
Boil up water in a large saucepan keep it on a gentle boil.
Break dough into 7 equal portions
Flatten dough in the palm of your hand, place 1/2 apricot in centre of dough sprinkle a little sugar over then place the other 1/2 of apricot and close up with the dough into a ball working with wet hands.
Drop into boiling water and boil for 10 minutes.
I did these in batches.
Remove to a plate with a slotted spoon to cool slightly.
In a large frying pan melt 125 g butter,
1 tsp cinnamon,
1/2 cup castor sugar stir until melted then
add 1 cup fine breadcrumbs.
Roll the dumplings in the breadcrumb mixture.
Serve with a thin vanilla custard or a sprinkle of icing sugar and fresh fruit salad.
Recipe credit : Internet
Prepared, tried and tested by: Gail Haselsteiner
10 thoughts on “Gail's Apricot Dumplings”
I never ate potatoes in this way. Certainly worth trying
Always something new to try.
These sound and look so good 😊
Yes they do, something different with the potato
This is the cutest idea – I’ll have to try it with sweet potatoes!
WOW – Let me know how that turns out, I can about see it, sweet and yummy!!
I need to get myself to the farm market to get apricots -or whatever they have that looks good.
You go girl, get in the car and off you go, and please let me know how it turns out. I am anxiously awaiting your adapted creation. You will have to post it to your own blog and let me know once done. Thanks in advance, and E N J O Y it.