Posts Tagged ‘Fried Dough recipes’
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Pan Breads, by Puff Puff

by Kitchen Butterflyon October 25, 2016
What do you do when you have left over puff puff batter that you consider too sour for…puff puff? You make pan bread – batter fried in lightly oiled pans till they cook, crepe like/ pancake like. On rare occasion, I have leftover puff puff batter. Batter because it is ‘pourable’, not dough which is […]

Ideas in Puff Puff: Easy Twists

by Kitchen Butterflyon October 10, 2016
I love Puff Puff and trying out new versions is what I love to do – not to say how easy it is to actually do.  Some ways Make a new base for the batter So instead of making your puff puff batter solely out of flour, you can add fruit or vegetable purees, like […]

Photo Essay: Salted Caramel-Bacon Beignets

by Kitchen Butterflyon October 23, 2015
Because bacon, salted caramel and beignets are an amazing combo. A photo-essay (or photographic essay) is a set or series of photographs that are intended to tell a story or evoke a series of emotions in the viewer. A photo essay will often show pictures in deep emotional stages. Photo essays range from purely photographic […]

Stuffed Puff-Puff: With Mango, Passionfruit & Lime Cream

by Kitchen Butterflyon April 28, 2015
I just had to.  No one forced me. I wanted to. This was so delicious. My puff-puff game, so strong. I honestly think this was the best batch of puff-puff I’ve ever made. Not to light, not too heavy. Elasticity on point yielding soft, chewy puffs. Stuffed with mango-passion fruit cream, that cream of heaven, […]

Spiced Pumpkin Churros for Thanksgiving

by Kitchen Butterflyon November 21, 2011
I’m thankful for autumn and fall. For churros. For pumpkin puree. For pumpkin churros. For sugar, and chocolate and spice. For taste notes called toffee and caramel. For New England autumns, for deep-fried. Dough. I’m thankful for new beginnings, for children that love freely, for hope, for joy.  For life. And the occasional wave of […]

Nigerian Small Chops: Puff-Puff & Fish

by Kitchen Butterflyon January 6, 2011
Welcome to 2011: “Sometimes it’s easier to act your self into a new way of thinking, than it is to think your self into a new way of acting.” {Jo Berry, author}. Small chops in Nigeria are all the rage – tiny, tasty bites of jazzed-up traditional recipes, served at parties of every sort. Think […]

Churros and Chocolate

by Kitchen Butterflyon November 28, 2010
Globalisation. My seven year old daughter knows all about it and we had to go to Barcelona for her to let us know. This is the same daughter who asked, ‘Papa, why is everything made in China?’ And yes, he responded. Right or wrong. As a parent, I’ve learnt the hard way, not to promise […]