Easy Fatty Donuts
I made a slide on how to make donuts out of biscuit dough. You should try this simple recipe at home.
-Pour about 2 inches of cooking oil into a large pot. Turn burner on medium high heat to preheat oil.
-Open the cylinder of biscuits and remove and separate the individual biscuits.
-Poke holes in the middle of the pre-shaped biscuits with your finger or butter knife.
-Heat the oil to about 350ºF on a stove burner, being careful not to overheat it.
-Using a tongs or slotted spoon, place biscuits carefully in the hot oil. Cook until they are golden brown on the bottom, about 1 1/2 minutes, then turn them to cook the other side until browned.
-Remove with a large slotted spoon and allow to drain on paper towels till cool enough to touch.
-Dip them in your favorite topping, or ice with an icing made from one cup confectioner’s sugar, 3 tbsp water, and one tsp vanilla.
Wasabi Peas Please?
Looking for a snack with a kick?
These wasabi coated green peas are sure to open your eyes and taste buds. Crunchy, spicy, hot and oh-so-good! I bought this yesterday at Savemart.
One bite and you will know what I mean when I say HOT….lol! You should try it!
Pitsi – Pitsi
Here’s another Filipino dessert I purchased a couple of weeks ago at Seafood City.
I had this yesterday for merienda. Merienda is taken from the Spanish and is a light meal or snack especially in the afternoon, similar to the concept of afternoon tea.
Filipinos have a number of options to take with their traditional kape (coffee), and one of those is pitsi-pitsi.
Have you ever had this before?
Pitsi-pitsi is a mixture of cassava, sugar, water and grated coconut.