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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

A Couple Of Tips On Making Fried Dough

English: Fried Dough at the Cheshire Fair in NH
English: Fried Dough at the Cheshire Fair in NH (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
By Shari Swanson


Fried dough, also known as elephant ears, is a popular snack that is mostly seen in carnivals, bazaars, and markets. However, you do not have to go to these places just to experience this tasty treat. With a few ingredients and some safety precautions, it will be possible for you to make it in your own kitchen.

Elephant ears are easy and simple to prepare for a mid-day munch. There are various types of dough that you could use. You can search the internet for different kinds of recipes to test out. Actually, you may also purchase them frozen in a local food market.



When frying the bread, you will want to make sure that the oil is hot enough. If you fail to do so, your bread might end up soaking up all of the oil, leaving it raw and mushy. A good way to check if the pan is heated is by placing a wooden spoon in the center of the pan. If you notice bubbles around the spoon, then you can start cooking.

There are numerous possibilities that one can attempt with regards to syrups and toppings. Well-known toppings include powdered sugar, cinnamon, and cheese. Almost any ingredient will go well with elephant ears, so you can take this as an opportunity to test out different combinations.

Beautifying this goody may possibly be a wonderful bonding time for both adults and kids. In spite of this, make certain that the youngsters are not allowed to stay near the stove to protect them from getting burned. You can leave them in command of designing the bread with assorted syrups, candies, and toppings.

Cooking Fried Dough can definitely be a delicious and enjoyable activity for your family. Though it is easy and quick to cook up, there are still a few safety guidelines that you need to bear in mind while working in the kitchen.




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