A mouthwatering plate of fritters

vickylass By vickylass, 19th Feb 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/3ejrwcb9/
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Read to know how to make these delicious fritters to have at Easter with friends or relatives.

A mouthwatering plate of fritters

Anyone will ask why these fritters can be filled with air. Filled with air means that they have nothing inside, but what makes them delicious to taste is a mixture of 200 grammes of wheat flour, 50 grammes of butter, 5 eggs, half a litre of milk, a small glass of water, a lemon rind, sugar, a pinch of cinnamon, salt and oil for frying.
In a saucepan, we'll pour the milk, the water, a pinch of salt and the lemon rind and we'll bring it to boil. When it starts boiling, we'll add up the flour and we'll keep stirring on a low fire until we get a consistent mixture. We'll see this when the mixture isn't stuck on the sides of the saucepan. We'll remove it out of the fire to let it cool down. Then, using a spoon, we'll take bits of this mixture to fry them in abundant hot oil until they get as shown in the photograph. To end, we'll place them on a tray and we'll cover them with a mixture of sugar and powdered cinnamon.
They have nothing inside. That's why they're air filled fritters, but they taste delicious.
These fitters are traditional for All Saints Day in November, but they can also be made and enjoyed at Easter in a gathering with friends or relatives with few glasses of sweet sherry.
Now that the carnival celebrations have ended and the sardine is already in its hole, let's prepare for a peaceful Easter, making one of those platters of sweet fritters.

(C) Copyright. Vicky Pino. February 19th 2015.

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Air, All Saints Day, Easter, Friends, Sherry

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author avatar Kingwell
19th Feb 2015 (#)

This sounds absolutely delicious! Blessings.

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author avatar Nancy Czerwinski
19th Feb 2015 (#)

This recipe sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing the details. It sounds like I could make these.

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author avatar vickylass
19th Feb 2015 (#)

Of course, you can! It won't take you loger than an hour to have a plate of those. It'll be at least a lot beter than many sweet stuff we buy in the shops. At least, you'll know what you're having.

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author avatar Jennifer Dombrowski
19th Feb 2015 (#)

Wow! Haven't read such a great recipe in a long time. I never had a fritter before so am looking forward to trying this!

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author avatar vickylass
19th Feb 2015 (#)

Go, go and delight your friends at Easter. It'll be good fun too. Cheers!

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