Wafer tubules with condensed milk

There are no such people who have never tried crispy wafer tubules with condensed milk. This recipe will help you prepare a delicious and all-favorite dessert at home.

Wafer tubules with condensed milk
Wafer tubules with condensed milk
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Time: 
45 min.
Portions: 
10 pers.
Complexity: 
Easily
Type of kitchen: 
Cooking method : 
In the oven
Suitable for: 
Dessert

Ingredients

  • 350 grams of boiled condensed milk
  • 120-130 g of butter
  • 2 eggs
  • 100 grams of flour
  • 80 grams of powdered sugar
  • pinch of vanillin and ground cinnamon
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Recipe for cooking at home

  1. Melt butter in a microwave or water bath, cool to room temperature. Eggs beat up with sugar for 4-5 minutes at high speed until a light and lush mass appears.
  2. Continue to beat eggs, pour melted butter to them and mix for 1-2 minutes. Gradually introduce into the resulting mass flour with vanillin and cinnamon, sifting all through a sieve. Wet the frying pan with vegetable oil and heat.
  3. Put a couple of spoons of dough on the bottom of the waffle iron, close the lid tightly and cook for about 1 minute on each side of the gas (cook in accordance with the appliance instructions). Transfer the hot wafer to the surface and quickly roll it into the tube, leaving a space 1-2 cm in diameter inside it.
  4. So bake and fold the wafer tubes from the remaining dough, completely cool them. Transfer the boiled condensed milk to a pastry bag, syringe or cornette (you can use a plastic bag with cut corners) and fill it with wafer tubes.
  5. Wafer tubules with condensed milk remain crispy right after cooking, and after a few hours become soft. Have a nice tea!
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