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6 cups flour 1 tsp salt 1 cup milk lukewarm 1 cup sugar 1 stick butter melted 6 eggs beaten 1 pkg dry yeast Sift flour. Make a well. Add butter, sugar, salt, eggs and milk with dissolved yeast (dissolved in the milk). Mix very well. Knead smooth and pliable. adjust either with flour or liquid. Cover and rise double and light. Punch down and let rise again. Break off pieces of dough and let rest 10 to 15 minutes. Fry in deep hot oil, turning only once until golden. Drain on brown paper bags or toweling. Sprinkle with sugar.

Sweet Egg Malasadas


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ethnicity: portuguese
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(posted October 5, 2004)

6 cups
flour
1 tsp
salt
1 cup
milk lukewarm
1 cup
sugar
1 stick
butter melted
6
eggs beaten
1 pkg
dry yeast
Sift flour. Make a well. Add butter, sugar, salt,
eggs and milk with dissolved yeast (dissolved in the milk). Mix very well. Knead smooth and pliable. adjust either with flour or liquid. Cover and rise double and light. Punch down and let rise again. Break off pieces of dough and let rest 10 to 15 minutes. Fry in deep hot oil, turning only once until golden. Drain on brown paper bags or toweling. Sprinkle with sugar.


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from Tampa Bay, FL, United States wrote:2  0

This recipe is traditionally made the day before Ash Wednesday every year. Also called Portugese Donughts.

To know when the dough is ready you will see it forming small bubbles on the surface. If the oil is hot enough you will watch the donughts float up to the surface and sometimes flip themselves.
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