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Carnival flowers, fried flowers or carnival rosesThey are a very typical Galician sweet (Spain) at Carnival and Easter. They have a very special shape that is made with an iron mold that is often passed from mothers to daughters, although it can still be purchased in stores. If you can't find a similar one where you live, you can use another similar metal one that is shaped like a flower.
It is a very crispy recipe with a delicious flavor that children will love and in Guiainfantil.com we teach you how to cook them.
- flower mold
- 250 ml milk
- 1 eggs
- 150 gr. Of flour
- 1 spoon of sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- cinnamon stick
1- Mix the milk and the egg in a bowl. Add the sugar, a pinch of salt, a dash of aniseed lemon and the zest of half a lemon.
2- When it is well beaten add flour and continue beating until the mixture is thick.
3- Heat oil in a pan and add a cinnamon stick and the skin of half a lemon. Put the mold and when it is hot, insert it into the bowl where you have the dough until it covers over half (never up to the top to be able to detach the flower well).
4- Take the mold to the pan and wait for it to brown. Control the fire between high and medium so that they do not burn. Take out the mold and try to remove the flower carefully. Put it on absorbent paper to remove excess oil.
5- Before repeating the operation, clean the mold well with kitchen paper, and continue until you have all the flowers.
IMPORTANT: The ideal is to prepare them the same day that you are going to consume. To keep them crisp, it is best to store them in a tin or wrapped in aluminum foil.
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