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This was pretty blah.
have been making this for years (for the kids, and now their kids) we always called them 'elephants ears' and 'beavertails', they were gone in a flash. also, they go great with gravy and cheese curds ala french canadian 'poutine', thanx for posting, now i gonna go and make some more
I have made this recipe twice , I just love it !! the first time I made it left every one craving!!!..
I made a youtube video on this recipe check it out you will see me cooking .
It was pretty good in a pinch. I put a lot of powdered sugar on it with butter. I felt 4 servings were way too much for this. More like 2 servings and 2 minutes per side was almost too much cooking time.
Great recipe.. just tried it and I didn't have any yeast (most fried dough calls for it...) so I did not have many options. The dough says to roll out to 1/2 inch but I just flattened the 4 balls with my hand pretty thin.. like a tad thicker than pie crust and they thicken up as they fry. The first one I kept really thick (like the recipe called for) and it actually was cooked well outside and inside was a little bit under cooked. So the thinner you go the better in my experience with it! Yummmm.. and a good thing to top with is just a little red sauce and sprinkle of parm cheese :) Just like Blinks fried dough from the beach!!!
Wow! This was really good. It is different from the fried dough we are used to, but it was so flavorful AND easy to make. Thanks for the recipe!
like it, simple, tasty and simple. nice.
Not the healthiest of recipes, but oh so YUMMY! My Mom used to make these for me and I made them this morning for my kiddos. They are happily munching as I type! Thanks!