Food Blogger: Gingerbread Dough Recipe

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<p>In this article I'm going to show how one (perhaps you) can prepare a gingerbread dough at home.&nbsp;</p><h2>Ingredients:</h2><p><strong>You will need:</strong> <em>butter, flour, eggs, salt&amp;sugar, malt, spices</em></p><p>It all starts with butter</p><p><img src="; alt="Butter" title="Butter" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>Butter&nbsp;</em></p><p>Since I'm <a href="">living in Georgia</a> - most of the ingredients used in this recipe are local Georgian</p><p><img src="; alt="Fluor" title="Fluor" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>Flour</em></p><p><img src="; alt="Eggs" title="Eggs" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>Eggs</em></p><p><img src="; alt="Suggar" title="Suggar" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>Sugar</em></p><p>It's better if you have a brown sugar. We didn't find any brown sugar so we used a regular white sugar.</p><p><img src="; alt="Malt" title="Malt" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>Malt</em></p><p>We bought this Malt about a year ago at <a title="Carrefour Tbilisi" href="">local Carrefour store</a>, as we knew -<strong> this day will come</strong></p><p><img src="; alt="Spices" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>Spices</em></p><p>Cinnamon, cardamom, allspice, nutmeg</p><h2>Tools:</h2><p><strong>You will need:</strong> <em>coffee mills, a grater</em></p><p><img src="; alt="vintage coffee mill - Straume" title="vintage coffee mill - Straume" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>a&nbsp;<span style="line-height: 1.538em;">vintage coffee mill - Straume</span></em></p><p>"Straume" coffee mills - used to be a Soviet flagship - in has to be in every household</p><p><img src="; alt="grater" title="grater" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>grater</em></p><p>You will need a grater to grate a peel (oranges/mandarins)</p><h2>Preperation</h2><p>Basically it all comes down to melt a butter, brown a sugar, add a flour, stir well, ad some spices and malt and of course the kneading of dough.</p><p><img src="; alt="Melt a butter, brown a suggar" title="Melt a butter, brown a suggar" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>Melt a butter, brown a sugar</em></p><p><img src="; alt="add a malt" title="add a malt" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>Add a malt</em></p><p><img src="; alt="Add a fluor" title="Add a fluor" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>Add a flour</em></p><p><img src="; alt="Don't forget to stir well" title="Don't forget to stir well" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>Don't forget to stir well</em></p><p>Finally - &nbsp;when you feel consistence of dough is ready you should knead it</p><p><img src="; alt="Gingerbread man" title="Gingerbread man" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>Gingerbread man</em></p><p><img src="; alt="Foil" title="Foil" width="640" height="640"></p><p><em>Put your gingerbread dough in a foil and store it in your fridge for couple of days.</em></p><p><em>Huh - that was a long photo post, right - the funny thing, to write about food is super complicated, if honest I learned a lot of new words in English. to knead a dough, for example.</em></p><h2>So here comes the short version:</h2><ul><li><span style="line-height: 1.538em;">Pour into a pot a malt and sugar, bring up to the boil. Add half of flour, add spices, stir with wooded spoon until the dough separates from pot.</span></li><li><span style="line-height: 1.538em;">Add scrambled egg and rest of the flour.</span></li></ul>