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And I feel with you on missing food from your home country. Haha I know what you mean. I live in Texas and BBQ and crawfish boil are one of my favorites.
Brisket, smoked turkey, pulled pork… I want it all! How do I get it to be a little thinner? Do I add more evap milk? More booze?
Mine came out very tasty, and it reminds me a lot of the eier liqueur that they put on ice cream and wafers in Germany, but I want the kind you can get at the Christmas Markets for drinking!!
And weirdly enough, neither does my German husband. Add more booze. You know what I mean? Mix some milk with the cooked Eierlikoer and then drink it.
I hope that works! Wow, you reply fast! If not, this one can be for pudding and the next batch will be for drinking.
And I assure you, this will not be in my house for a year. This recipe made less than I was expecting as it is, I may need to make a second batch later today.
Definitely try the eier liqueur at a Christmas market if you get a chance, it is to die for!! We would usually buy like 20 bottles of it and then make it last until the next batch of markets!
My husband and I were just discussing making more Eierlikoer so I could take better pictures to post when your comment came in, so it seemed fitting I answer immediately.
Did you have Eierlikoer Punsch at the markets, like this? And 20 bottles?! The pictures of eier liqueur punsch look like what we had!
I shall try to see if I can find a recipe for that. Oh, and the bottles they sold there, only had about 4 of the Christmas mugs worth in each.
YOu know the little mugs you get from all the markets around. So happy to have found what you were looking for!
Did you find a good recipe? I want to make a Eierlikoertorte but I had no Eierlikoer. Thanks to this recipe I have a big bottle now and it tastes great.
Made some and turned out great! Or is this natural? We keep our bottle for months and get those bubbles, too. Thanks for the feedback and the rating.
My question is if you need to stir the mixture as it heats? Hi Erin! So sorry for the probably way too late reply. I live in Germany so your comment came in the middle of the night for me.
Sorry for the confusion and I hope that it came out well! Good luck with the rest of your German cooking spree.
To Beth — I have no idea where your comment went! I got an email saying you left one but for some reason, it's not here.
The question was if you could use something else instead of rum to make it alcohol-free. I'm not positive about it but Mr.
Texanerin he's German googled it and people were saying you could use some rum extract. The question is how long the drink would stay good for!
I'd be worried about that. Let me know how it turns out if you try! Just add the extract at the very end. Happy holidays to you.
Hi Anja! We just finished making it for the third time. It's really good stuff. Let me know how it comes out if you make it!
I hope you had a lovely Christmas. I love Eierlikoer! Yeah I just came across this recipe. What brand do they have there?
Frohe Weihnacht. I hope you like the cookies! I have to admit that I don't find them super exciting after all this fun holiday baking, but at least they're healthy.
Superb pictures :- I am not an egg nog person but your recipe looks really luxurious and yummy. I got maple syrup the other day so I rembered the maple cookies you made a while back…..
You've got to make it! It's not like eggnog. It's way way better. Just put it in some old jelly jars!
That's what we did. OMG, OMG, OMG! I'm not an egg nog person I think I've maybe had it once in my life, and I can't remember what it tasted like , but I really really want this.
It looks creamy and good and scrumptious! I'd just need to figure out what to put it in, haha. Your email address will not be published.
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Erin replies to christel April 22, pm. I hope you will, too! Good luck and sorry for my slow reply. Al replies to Erin November 13, pm. Has anyone tried using beer?
If so what style and how was the resulting product? Erin replies to Al November 13, pm. According to several makers, such as Verpoorten and Bols, and the Oxford companion to Sugar and Sweets, its origins can be traced back to "abacate", an alcoholic beverage of the indigenous people in Brazil, which was made with avocado.
As avocados could not grow in northern Europe, they were replaced with egg yolk, thought to have a similar taste and consistency, and the name derived from the avocado stuck, although the drink no longer contains any.
As the name of the drink, it is short for advocatenborrel , or "lawyer's drink", where borrel is Dutch for a small alcoholic beverage consumed slowly during a social gathering.
According to the edition of the Woordenboek der Nederlandsche taal Dictionary of the Dutch Language , it is "zoo genoemd als een goed smeersel voor de keel, en dus bijzonder dienstig geacht voor een advocaat, die in 't openbaar het woord moet voeren" "so named as a good lubricant for the throat, and thus considered especially useful for a lawyer, who must speak in public".
Jars and wide mouth bottles of thick advocaat are sold mainly in the Netherlands and Belgium, though may be available in Germany and Austria. Further exports are of a more liquid version.
In particular the original thick variety, i. The latter, possibly topped with whipped cream and then occasionally sprinkled with a touch of cocoa powder , is served in a very tiny bowl or small glass from which it is eaten by use of a teaspoon.
In Belgian restaurants and taverns, it may be a complementary accompaniment to a coffee. In the export variety both parts of the eggs are used.
The best known cocktail using advocaat is the Snowball : a mixture of advocaat, sparkling lemonade and sometimes although this is not required lime juice that is often consumed at Christmastime.
Another is the Fluffy duck , made with rum. Advocaat is a much underrated cocktail ingredient. The origins of advocaat are unclear but some say it is derived from an alcoholic drink that Dutch colonists made from avocado.
Dutch texts from the 17th century describe a yellow-coloured drink popular with sailors of the period and made in the Dutch Antilles Dutch Caribbean islands from an avocado flesh mixed with alcohol.
Indeed, the first know written use of the word 'avocado' was by Hans Sloane in a index of Jamaican plants. In the absence of avocado back home in Holland, they used egg yolk to imitate the colour an obvious substitution, egg yolk for the yellow flesh of fruit?
The name of the fruit 'abacate' in Portuguese had already evolved to advocate by Portuguese colonists in Brazil, then became advocaat in Dutch.
However, others, including my Oxford English Dictionary, place Advocaat's origins more recently in the s with the name coming from the Dutch for 'advocate', 'being originally considered a lawyer's drink'.
Whatever the origin, due to stereotyping with the Snowball , the cocktail enjoyed by British grannies in the s, sadly, advocate now struggles in the UK drink style stakes.
However, those that knock this thick bright yellow liqueur usually haven't tried it for years, and as for the Snowball, please try our Snowball recipe.
Time for a hot waterbath! Rich and creamy egg liqueur ready for sipping! Instructions Separate the eggs and add the yolks in a medium-sized mixing bowl.
Add in the powdered sugar as well as the vanilla extract and mix with your electric hand mixer or a whisk until you have a creamy consistency.
Mix in the cream and keep whisking. Now slowly add in the rum and keep on whisking vigorously. Once frothing, put the bowl in a hot water bath on the stovetop and keep whisking until the mixture is thick and creamy.
This works best if you fill a flatter, medium-sized pot with hot water and place your mixing bowl into the hot water use a bowl that can handle it - we would avoid plastic bowls.
Make sure that the water in the pot is hot but not boiling since you don't want the egg liqueur to start bubbling and losing its alcohol.
You want to heat the egg liqueur to around degrees Fahrenheit. Pour the egg liqueur into glasses to sip right away or into sanitized bottles to keep for later.
If you used clean equipment and fresh eggs, the egg liqueur should keep in the fridge for around months. Notes If you want the consistency to be even more creamy, you can use condensed milk instead of cream.
Nutrition Information: Yield: 2 Serving Size: 1 Amount Per Serving: Calories: Total Fat: 30g Saturated Fat: 17g Trans Fat: 1g Unsaturated Fat: 12g Cholesterol: mg Sodium: 34mg Carbohydrates: 58g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 56g Protein: 7g.