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Prescription. Fritters of Wind.

Yes… it is christmas time and the sweet treats are made present because there is that apapachar to the family. Then we do what best comes back to us and let us make you smile several. On today’s menu: Fritters of Wind.

For the Fritters we’re going to need:

  • 160 grams of flour.
  • 1 tbsp of sugar
  • 1/2 tsp of salt
  • 1/4 tbsp baking powder
  • 1 dash of vanilla extract.
  • 5 ml of water. (Do you see why it is good to have syringes in the kitchen?)
  • 1 tbsp. oil
  • 2 eggs
  • 240 ml. milk
  • Oil for frying
  • Sugar and cinnamon to decorate. The ratio I use is 1 tbsp. of cinnamon for each cup of sugar.

Do you want a reason to run out and buy a Kitchenaid , or, better yet, order it online? Here them goes. Mixing in the mixer flour, sugar, salt, vanilla, baking powder, water, oil and eggs. Since it is all integrated, add the milk and beat until you have a mixture smooth.

Grab a pot and add oil, about 6 inches of oil, at least, and let warm over medium heat. You can go by heating the oil while mixing. Looking for a mold briquets and métanlo when it is hot to varnish with the oil. This is going to help set it up better. Put the mold in the mix without pushing it completely and without wasting any time putting them in the hot oil.

To separate from the mold (usually falls by himself in the beginning of the cooking) and let it brown. Drain the excess oil using paper napkins or paper towels and go through the mixture of sugar and cinnamon before they are cool. Serve with coffee or hot chocolate. Or, better yet, take the leap to eat them with a classic mulled wine German. Here is the recipe.

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