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March is indeed a time of festivity and feasting in Italy. From celebrating new blooms to weather changes, March is also the time when Italians celebrate St. Joseph’s Day commonly known as Father’s day. Italians honor their dads on the 19th of March, to commemorate San Giuseppe – a fatherly symbol of love, compassion, kindness, generosity and acceptance. The Italian name for Father’s Day is ‘Festa del Papa‘. The traditional cake of this day are the Zeppole, prepared in many ways. Below you’ll find our own recipe to make some delicious Father’s Day fried cakes.
✔️100 grams of unsalted organic butter ✔️1/4 teaspoon fine grain salt ✔️1 cup water ✔️1 cup all-purpose flour previously sifted ✔️4 organic eggs ✔️Oil for frying ( whichever you use for your deep fried dishes) we use vegetable oil.
Follow this procedure if you want your Zeppole to have a delicate vanilla/cinnamon aftertaste: cut the vanilla bean lengthwise. Using the back of a kitchen knife, scrape along the inside of the vanilla bean to gather the seeds and scrape them into a small bowl. Add 1/2 cup of white sugar, stir together and set it aside (if you wish a cinnamon scent prepare the same mixture but adding cinnamon instead of the vanilla pod)
In a saucepan combine the butter, salt, 3 tablespoons of sugar, and water over medium heat. Bring the mixture to a boil. Take the pan off the heat and stir in the all purpose flour previously sifted. Put the pan onto the heat and stir continuously until mixture forms a ball, this should take about 3 to 5 minutes.
Transfer the mixture obtained to a medium bowl. Using an electric mixer on low speed or a wooden spoon if you’re doing it by hand, add the organic eggs, 1 at a time, ensuring they’re fully incorporated before adding the next one. Beat the mixture until you reach a smooth texture. If you’re not frying the Zeppole immediately, cover the mixture with plastic wrap and rest in the refrigerator.
Meanwhile, pour enough oil into a frying pan to reach a depth that will allow the dough to fry. Heat the oil over medium heat until the oil reaches 375 degrees F or 170 degrees Celsius.
Using two small
spoons, carefully drop little nuggets of the dough into the hot oil, frying in batches. Turn the Zeppole once or twice, cooking until golden and puffed up, should take roughly about 5 minutes. Drain the excess oil on paper towels, sprinkle with the sugar previously prepared, the finished Zeppole can also be topped with custard cream, whipped cream or chocolate spread. As any fried delight is best served warm! Enjoy!
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This morning for breakfast we wanted some fluffy and sweet pancakes, so why not make some in few minutes and start the day with a smile!
We prepare them starting with the basic recipe, all-purpose flour, sugar, baking powder whisked until smooth with organic eggs and milk. To make them extra smooth, to add a hint of scented sweetness we added some vanilla flavored fresh yogurt cream in the mix.
We served them with drizzles of organic honey and a sprinkle of powder sugar, without missing out our must-have cup of homemade espresso, good morning to you also!
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