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    Looking for a savory fried bread recipe...

    Chef Patience
    Thu Aug 11, 2005 11:38 am Groupie
    Every year, at the family reunion on my Dad's side, the neighbor lady makes us these wonderful fried breads. She never comes to the party, and I have been unable to convince her thru my relatives to share the recipe, so I thought I'd look around a bit. These breads are slightly salty and garlicly, not sweet at all. They are shaped kind of like an apple fritter, but there is no fruit in them. I think someone said it was a German bread. Can anyone help me with ideas on this?

    I am going to post this request in the breads forum and in the general recipe request forum as well.

    Thanks for all your help.
    Koechin (Chef)
    Tue Aug 16, 2005 12:29 pm
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    We had something like that at a Hotel in Natchez, Ms. We could not get enough! LOL The waitress shared the "Secret" with us. At Wall-Mart you can by Rolls in a bag Called "PISTOLETTES". They are brown and serve type rolls, that look like Fritters. But instead of bakin them you simly deep fry them for a few min. Them sprinkle with some garlic salt as they come out of the oil. drain on paper towels and serve warm. They served them with a garlic butter . Enjoy, Ingrid/Koechin
    Chef Patience
    Tue Aug 16, 2005 12:43 pm Groupie
    That sounds wonderful! Much simpler then the recipes I have been trying.

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