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    DOUGHNUTS AND ROSETTES, YES!


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    Try these you won't be sorry, these are my famous homemade donuts. They are quick and easy to make and taste incredible . Wonderful, plain, or rolled in white sugar, powdered sugar or cocoa and utterly delicious when drizzled with a simple vanilla glaze.

    Recipe #353021

    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    These are not exactly the same as the traditional beignets made at Cafe DuMond in New Orleans. When all is said and done that doesn't really matter too much as they are delicious in themselves, no matter what they are. I think of them more as drops of French donuts that are very simple and easy to make. This is the recipe I had tried about 25 years ago and had lost the recipe, but I found it again recently at the Pillsbury website and was really happy about that. The dipping sauce is definitely not traditional, but an added touch of my own that I think really makes these shine. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

    Recipe #98941

    A FAVORITE treat from childhood. My mother always liked to prepare these delicious goodies for her three daughters. We could not wait until they were cool enough to eat. The cinnamon and nutmeg add to the flavor.

    Recipe #291987

    I found this recipe in "Out to Brunch - At Mildred Pierce Restaurant" Beignets are a french doughnut without the holes. These are best served while still warm.

    Recipe #280230

    I just found this recipe on http://erincooks.com/2008/12/29/raised-doughnuts/comment-page-1/. I haven't tried it yet, but the pictures look really good. I plan to try it when I can get all the ingredients together.

    Recipe #346655

    I got this from my child's high school home ec teacher! Yum!

    Recipe #63746

    At Christmas time in India, my mother used to make Rosettes. The Rosette Iron can be purchased in most kitchen specialty stores (I have even seen them in grocery stores). They come with many attachments of various shapes and sizes. Some even have a muffin-like shape and you can make the batter spicy by substituting a small amount of salt for the sugar or adding spices for added flavour. These muffins can be filled with shrimp dips or pasta combinations. The irons usually come with a variety of recipes for you to try...so try it!

    Recipe #36628


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