Saturday, 21 December 2019

Piparkoogimaja/Gingerbread house



Minu esimene piparkoogimaja. Tegelikult olen mitmel korral tahtnud seda teha, kuid mingil põhjusel olen pidanud seda ikka keeruliseks...ausalt öelda, ma isegi ei tea, kuidas selline arusaamine on tekkinud, sest seda pole see mitte! Jah, võtab parajalt aega! Võibolla lihtsalt seetõttu, et olid mõned head nipid lihtsalt teadmata :)

This is my first gingerbread house. I have wanted to do it for some time but for some reason I have always thought that it just too difficult...I have no idea where from I have got this idea because it isn't difficult at all! It just takes time! And you just need to know some tips.



Nipp/Tip 1 - Rulli taigent küpsetusplaadil, kuid ära rulli taigent väga õhukeseks/Roll the dough on baking tray but do not roll it too thin

Nipp/Tip 2 - Lõika tükid välja küpsetusplaadil/Cut the pieces out on baking tray

Nipp/Tip 3 - Ilusad "klaasitud" aknad saab purustatud karamellides. Mina kasutasin purustamiseks uhmrit - sedasi sain karamelli hästi peeneks. Laota purustatud karamelli aknaavadesse. Piisav kogus on taignapaksus. / Beautiful "glazed" windows can be made from crushed caramels. I used a mortar to crush the candies - this made the caramel very fine. Put the crushed caramel in the window openings. Sufficient amount is dough thickness.



Nipp/Tip 4 -  Kaunista tükid glasuuriga enne maja kokkupanemist/Decorate pieces with glaze before assembling house




Nipp/Tip 5 - Varu piparkoogimaja tegemiseks kõvasti aega - majakülgede kokkupanemisel kasutatud glasuur peab kõvenema ennem katuse panekut. / Make sure you have a lot of time to make a gingerbread house - the glaze used to assemble the sides of the house must harden before you put on the roof.






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