dash-of-vanilla:

“Placki” - not pancakes, not crepes, not doughnuts. You cannot get it in shops, nor can you find it in regular restaurants. It is a special you have to make at home. This is because you will need eggs, milk, fruit and long corridors through which the fruity-vanilla smell of dough will carry to…

fuckyeahdeliciousfood:

fruit dumplings
bakeddd:

crispy fried ice cream
click here for recipe

bakeddd:

crispy fried ice cream

caseylane87:

We just made these awesome fried Oreo’s tonight. It is a very simple recipe!
Ingredients;
-Package of Oreo’s
-Pancake Mix(2 cups)
-Vegatable Oil
-2 Eggs
-Milk(1 1/2 cups)
-Powder Sugar(optional)
Fill pan with enough oil to effectively fry the Oreo’s. Heat the oil to 375 degrees. Whisk in a bowl 2 eggs, 1 1/2 cups milk, 2 cups pancake mix, and 3 teaspoons of vegetable oil. Dip the Oreo’s into the batter and fry in pan until golden brown. Sift powder sugar on top for garnish if you would like.

caseylane87:

We just made these awesome fried Oreo’s tonight. It is a very simple recipe!

Ingredients;

-Package of Oreo’s

-Pancake Mix(2 cups)

-Vegatable Oil

-2 Eggs

-Milk(1 1/2 cups)

-Powder Sugar(optional)

Fill pan with enough oil to effectively fry the Oreo’s. Heat the oil to 375 degrees. Whisk in a bowl 2 eggs, 1 1/2 cups milk, 2 cups pancake mix, and 3 teaspoons of vegetable oil. Dip the Oreo’s into the batter and fry in pan until golden brown. Sift powder sugar on top for garnish if you would like.

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thefoodhabit:

Dessert: Deep Fried Vanilla Apple Rings
Recipe @ How To: Simplify

thefoodhabit:

Dessert: Deep Fried Vanilla Apple Rings

Recipe @ How To: Simplify

recipecardbox:

Homemade Fried Ice Cream
Source - http://sorumblyinmytumbly.blogspot.com/2012/01/homemade-fried-ice-cream.html
videorose:

Ricotta-stuffed Fried Squash Blossoms
serves 4-6
you’ll need 1 box of squash blossoms (about 20) from your local farmer’s market -  mine are from NY’s Evolutionary  Organics
inspect the blossoms for cleanliness & freshness, gently pick out the stamens inside the flowers.
chop about 2 tablespoons of fresh herbs (basil & sage is what we used)
mash together the herbs, salt & pepper, and about 1 cup of fresh ricotta. for special food like this, use a really good ricotta like Narragansett Creamery’s.
gently stuff each blossom with the ricotta mixture. i didn’t find a spoon at all useful, fingers were much easier.
beat two eggs in a separate shallow bowl. make a dredge of flour, salt & pepper.
heat ample oil in a sauce pan or heavy skillet until it’s hot enough for deep frying.
when the oil is hot, dip each stuffed flower in the egg and then the flower, and gently drop them into the hot oil. fry only a few at a time.
fry the blossoms 3-4 minutes until they are golden. dip them out with tons & let drip onto a plate covered with paper towels.
let cool slightly, then devour.

videorose:

Ricotta-stuffed Fried Squash Blossoms

serves 4-6

you’ll need 1 box of squash blossoms (about 20) from your local farmer’s market -  mine are from NY’s Evolutionary  Organics

inspect the blossoms for cleanliness & freshness, gently pick out the stamens inside the flowers.

chop about 2 tablespoons of fresh herbs (basil & sage is what we used)

mash together the herbs, salt & pepper, and about 1 cup of fresh ricotta. for special food like this, use a really good ricotta like Narragansett Creamery’s.

gently stuff each blossom with the ricotta mixture. i didn’t find a spoon at all useful, fingers were much easier.

beat two eggs in a separate shallow bowl. make a dredge of flour, salt & pepper.

heat ample oil in a sauce pan or heavy skillet until it’s hot enough for deep frying.

when the oil is hot, dip each stuffed flower in the egg and then the flower, and gently drop them into the hot oil. fry only a few at a time.

fry the blossoms 3-4 minutes until they are golden. dip them out with tons & let drip onto a plate covered with paper towels.

let cool slightly, then devour.