A snack recipe just as perfect for picnics as for
children’s parties found on brodogkorn.no
Frankfurter crescents are delicious and very easy to make! Great for a hike or picknic warmed over a fire or on a charcoal grill, or as a finger food at a children’s party.
100 g [3,5 oz] flour
75 g [2,65 oz] wholemeal flour, fine
75 g [2,65 oz] wholemeal flour
½ teaspoon of sugar
½ teaspoon of salt
30 g [1 oz] butter
1 ½ dl [0,3 pt] milk
½ pk yeast
Egg for brushing
This is what you do
 Melt the butter, add the milk and warm the mixture until it reaches about 30° C /90° F. Mix together all the dry ingredients and crumb the yeast in the bowl. Add the milk and butter mixture and knead in a mixer. First at low speed, then a little faster. Knead till the dough gathers well and becomes glossy and smooth on the surface.
 Cover the bowl with plastic or a kitchen towel and let the dough raise to double size, about 30 minutes.
 Roll the dough into a 5 round discs and use a pizza wheel to cut them first through the middle both ways, then cut each of the 4 triangles in the middle again making 40 triangles in all.
 Cut the frankfurters in two and roll a triangle round each half like you would roll a usual crescent.
 Cover with plastic and leave them for about 15 minutes.
 Brush with beaten egg.
 Bake the frankfurter crescents in the middle of the oven at 220° C / 430° F for about 10 minutes.
 Pack the crescents in your picnic basket/back pack and warm them over a fire or on a charcoal grill.