Head Crown of the Sweets: Supangle Recipe
Number of Persons: 5
Preparation Time: 20 Minutes
Cooking Time: 20 Minutes
• 4 cups cold milk
• 1 tablespoon butter
• 50 grams of bitter chocolate
• 1 cup of powdered sugar
• 2 tablespoons cocoa
• 4 sweet spoon flour
Cold milk, powdered sugar, flour and cocoa are added into a large saucepan. The mixture will thoroughly mixed and the flour and cocoa are not allowed to accumulate. When the powdered sugar starts to melt in the mixture, the boiling process will continue. If desired, the pot can be flashed with the aid of a mixer before it is poured into the pot. Then add 50 grams of bitter chocolate into the mixture, which starts boiling. Chocolate is provided in the supangled. After it is done well, it is whipped thoroughly with the help of the blender and it is provided to take a smooth shape.
1 sweet spoon of butter or margarine is added in order that the supangled which is passed through the blender can have a better taste. This situation has been completely left to the preference of the person. If it is not desired that the dessert is oily, it will not be added.
The dessert, which has a smooth consistency, can be placed directly in service containers. To apply a different recipe, a popular biscuit can be added before placing it in dessert containers. At the same time, those who want to remove them from the service containers and serve them properly on the service plates must wet the bottom of the container.
Again, it can be said that people can put their biscuits from ready-made or left-over cakes, according to their own taste. The supangle, which can be placed on the serving plates, can be served by decorating it with materials such as hazelnut or coconut. It will also be important for the taste of the dessert to cool in the room temperature before being served and in the refrigerator for about 3-4 hours.