I made some apple fritters and I was wondering were the word FRITTER came from. I then want to know how other places made fritter. Looks like every country has there own version.
I decided to see what kind of fritters these places do PARAGUAY. FRANCE , MOROCCO Bet if you put google search for “Lamb Fritters” you should get a HIT
Both Murphy and I like apple fritters, at time we will get one out of the bakery. A short time ago I was watching COOKS COUNTRY and they were doing APPLE FRITTERWhich look easy enough to do.
I like the ideal of getting the moister out of the apples. I use two paper towels one on bottom place my apples on one paper towel, cover with other and gentle press down.
Then I place the apples in the bowl of flour. Which also had my dry seasoning.
I did some minor change in the recipe. I didn't have granny smith apples. Not sure what kind I use we picked up bag of apples and I took two out and use them.
Were it says ¾ cup of apple cider. I took about ¼ cup of apple cider vinegar and ½ cup of water. I thought the glaze is little much and been trying to watch what I eat.
The most difficult part of this recipes is getting the batter to be come more flat. It wasn't doughy inside.
F is for Fritter
Stop by tomorrow and see what start with letter "G"
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