Recipe by JOANNA
"Fried Greek honey puffs."
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2 (.25 ounce) packages
active dry yeast
vegetable oil, or as needed
Great!!!It is one of the most famous dessert, especially at holidays, Christmas and New Years eve. In Corfu, it is the most favorite dessert at Saint Spyridon's day, which is the most glory day on the whole island! They could be even without the eggs. And without putting on the honey surop but some powdered sugar with a lot of cinnamon!!!Delicious!!!
These were ok, but I found the dough was pretty bland and not at all sweet. Next time I will definately increase the sugar in the dough- maybe to 1/2c? Also I added the cinnamon to the honey syrup as it cooked, rather then sprinkling it on top. This made it easy to evenly coat the loukoumades with cinnamon. I found that 2 tbsp of dough was to much for one, so I decreased the size to 1 big tbsp instead.
We used wheat flour because that's all we had, and they came out great. Very delicious.
instead of using the honey syrup i used white confertoners sugar a topping.it turned out great.this is defentally something i will make more of.
mine weren't perfect circles, but they were delicious. I also mixed the cinnamon right into the honey syrup when it was boiling.
Very good the only change was that I added cloves instead of cinnamon to the warm honey, delicious :)
Recipe was really good. I just added a teaspoon of vanilla extract to the dough and it had a good flavor.
Cooks way more than 25, great recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/25 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 25
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 62
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