Feb 29, 2008

Batter Fried Apple Rings


Well, I am proud to join the “make your own dulce de leche” club!!! All thanks to Rivka of “not derby pie” ! Scrumptious! I can’t believe it was sitting in front of my nose all these years…

Winter is still not letting go; the weatherman actually announced more snow tomorrow, 2-3 inches, to be exact; for crying out loud, he almost enjoyed making that announcement--- I could see it in his eyes, hahaha…
So, to comfort myself, and to enjoy some dulce de leche in style, I made some:

Batter Fried Apple rings

Apples
For batter:
1 cup flour
1 cup milk
2 eggs
3 Tbsp sugar
A pinch of salt
1 Tsp baking powder
Fresh squeezed lemon juice
Oil to fry
For dusting:
Powdered sugar
Cinnamon

Prepare apples; peel, core, and cut them up in into rings, sprinkle them with fresh squeezed lemon juice. Set aside for a moment.
Now, make batter by mixing eggs and sugar, then milk, and flour in which you premixed 1 Tsp of baking powder.

Dip apple rings into batter, and fry to nice golden brown color. Let them sit for a minute on a paper towel to drain the excess oil, and then serve sprinkled with powdered sugar and cinnamon, and enjoy with dulce de leche! : )
Apple rings- B4Apple rings- frying
Dulce de lecheApple rings, dulce de leche

10 comments:

chriesi said...

I have never made these but I am gonna try.

chriesi said...

It is me again :D I tagged you with a meme, i hope you dun mind
http://almondcorner.blogspot.com/2008/02/tagged.html

Medena said...

I don't mind! ;)
I'll get to it over the w/e! :)

Rivka said...

delicious! now all I need are some apple fritters....hmm...

Anonymous said...

I absolutely love your website and your recipes! I used to have these apple rings when I was little at my grandmother's house. Your traditional recipes from the Balkans remind me a lot of some of the fantastic Czech and Hungarian food I was so lucky to have when I was a child. Thanks for blogging!

Medena said...

Thank you! :)You are most welcome!Check back, as I will be adding more recipes.

taste memory said...

oh man...that looks too good....at least with the apple in there it will make me feel better that it's healthy.....luv it~thanks for sharing this ;-)

Elle said...

Those look fabulous! I'll bet the kids would love them, too.

Deborah said...

These sound delicious!!

estera said...

i love your blog you have wounderful recipes that are easy to make and i tryed the fried apples their so easy to make and very good thanks

 
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