Step by step homemade wind fritters recipe

Step by step homemade wind fritters recipe

The traditional recipe for wind fritters is typically made for Carnival, Easter and All Saints' Day. These sweets homemade wind fritters step by step that I propose to you in RecetasGratis are very simple to prepare since their ingredients are very basic and we all usually have them in the kitchen.

The fritters of wind are small balls that are made with a mass of flour, eggs and milk that when fried fry puffs up, that is why they are called "windy". Once fried, the wind fritters can be filled with chocolate, cream or pastry cream, which are the most typical.

If you do not know how to make wind fritters step by step do not miss this easy and quick recipe to make with which you can have them ready in just half an hour. In this case I have flavored the wind fritters with anise because in some Spanish regions it is typical to add this liquor, but it is totally optional. Keep reading the instructions and you will see how to make the best recipe for wind fritters that you have never tried.

4 diners 30m Low difficulty Additional features: Cheap cost, Popular at Easter, Spanish recipes Ingredients:

  • 100 milliliters of water
  • 150 milliliters of milk
  • 50 grams of butter
  • 150 grams of flour
  • 2 units of eggs
  • 1 tablespoon yeast dessert
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 2 tablespoons of anise (optional)
  • 2 glasses of sunflower oil
  • 50 grams of sugar (to coat)

Steps to follow to make this recipe: 1

In a saucepan we put milk, water, butter and anise. We will heat it until it begins to boil.

Trick: The traditional recipe for wind fritters is made with butter instead of butter.

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When the saucepan boils suddenly add the flour along with yeast and salt. With a wooden spoon we will be stirring until the mass of the homemade wind fritters comes off the walls of the saucepan.

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We remove the mixture from the heat and let it rest for 10 minutes. We add the eggs one by one until they are well incorporated into the dough of grandma's wind fritters. It costs a little and it is necessary to stir without stopping until the eggs are mixed well.

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We will add 2-3 eggs as we have the dough. It does not have to be very light because we could not form the anise wind fritters.

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We will put a saucepan or frying pan on the fire with plenty of oil. We will take the dough with the help of two spoons.

Trick: Ideally, they can be eaten in one bite.

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When the oil is very hot we will go frying donuts easy and fast wind blows to do little by little.

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When they are golden, we will remove them and we will go through sugar White.

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And this is how these look step by step wind fritters homemade! We serve them when they have cooled a little and ready. In the event that you want to fill them out, you can do so with:

  • Custard cream
  • Chocolate whipped cream
  • Whipped cream for desserts

If you liked this recipe for grandma's anise fritters and want to know more traditional recipes for Carnival or Lent, don't miss the ones I have on my blog Cooking with Montse.

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