Easy to make ...and to enjoy fritters

vickylass By vickylass, 9th Dec 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Wheat flour, eggs, milk, sugar, lemon zest to make delicious fritters.

Easy to make ...and to enjoy fritters

This is a classical to make on November 1 and all the pastry shops will show big dispalys of them. They´re good with a coffee and milk mug, but with a cup of thick and hot chocolate, they´re quite a treat. Or with a glass of Malaga wine, they will be simply delicious mid afternoon snack.
They´re so easy to make and with such few ingredients, they can be made spontaneously on a Sunday evening to enjoy with friends or relatives. They´re known as "air-filled fritters, precisely because they have nothing inside, although, they can be filled with cream or whipped milk cream.
To make a platter like the one on photograph, you´ll need 200 grammes of wheat flour, 50 grammes of butter, 5 eggs, half litre of milk, a small glass of water, lemon rind, sugar to taste, powdered cinnamon, pinch of salt and oil for frying.
Pour the milk, water, sugar, lemon rind and a pinch of salt into a saucepan and bring to the fire. It has to be a medium fire. When it brings to a boil, add the flour and cinnamon and keep stirring slowly on a medium fire. It has to be well mixed and when this mixture unsticks out of the saucepan, give it more fire and keep stirring until it becomes a consistent cream. Take it out of the fire to let it cool down. Add the eggs and mix well.
Helping yourself with a spoon, take bits of this creamy dough to fry in abundant and hot oil. Place them on a platter and sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon.

(C) Copyright. Vicky Pino. December 8th 2013.


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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
10th Dec 2013 (#)

Yummy, Vicky thanks for sahring the recipe

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