domingo, 1 de mayo de 2016

May'16 Theme Day. Smell. Paparajote.

Today come together on the same day: The International Workers' Day, the Mother's Day (in Spain, the first Sunday in May), and the citydailyphoto bloggers community Theme Day. This month: Smell.
In the picture, Paparajotes, a typical Murcian dessert (made in at home). They smell like lemon and cinnamon. Lemon, which gives the leaf lemon tree that is inside, and cinnamon, that is sprinkled with sugar (a mixture of both).
How to make Paparajotes: ingredients and preparation of paparajote. I hope you enjoy it.
 -2 Eggs,
-1 / 2 liters of milk,
-8 grams of yeast,
-500 grams wheat flour
-100 grams Sugar,
-Olive oil ,
-A pinch of salt,
-A mixture of sugar and cinnamon to sprinkle,
-Lemon tree leaves
Beat the eggs, and milk and add the yeast and the salt. Add all the flour necessary till form a creamy mass.
Put the olive oil to heat, when it is hot, soaking lemon tree leaves (both sides) in the dough and then fry them.
You can eat as they leave the pan (placed the leaves on absorbent paper to remove excess oil), sprinkling with sugar and cinnamon. It may be accompanied by an ice cream ball.
Bon profit!
Note: Do not eat the lemon tree leaf. It's just for flavoring.
Here, a photo, making paparajotes at the fair of Murcia

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2 comentarios:

William Kendall dijo...

The ingredients all agree with me, so I'm sure I'd like it.

Jim dijo...

Good one.
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