Posts Tagged “frying”

Nutty glazed donut holes {yeast-free!}

By | November 14, 2013

VLUU L200  / Samsung L200

What would you do if you had hazelnuts, almonds, pecans, and peanuts, but none in large enough quantities to use in a recipe that featured them? Well, I made nutty glazed donut holes. All of the nuts’ flavors are there, but they’re equal players, and the result is a cohesive nutty-ness that works beautifully in […]

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Homemade falafel

By | January 1, 2013

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Disclaimer: No, I have not been frying falafel balls during my newborn’s naps. But that’s one of the things I was doing during my ninth month as I tried to prepare a couple of recipes for you in advance. And now we can all reap the benefits… Anyone feeling nostalgic for Chanukah? So much that […]

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Glazed chocolate donut holes (Plus: Giveaway + Chanukah Blog Party!)

By | December 10, 2012

VLUU L200  / Samsung L200

They’re perfect. Soft little cakey chocolate donuts ensconced in a sweet shell of glaze. No greasy residue from the frying. A batter made of pantry items that doesn’t even involve yeast. Highly addictive. And — ready for this? — they are better than Dunkin Donuts. Like I said, they’re perfect. It’s not that I think the stuff sold […]

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