How to make Elephant Ears - Recipe
Elephant ears is popular in America at fairs and flea markets. This recipe involves milk, sugar, shortening and all purpose flour. Flour and yeast is added to make a soft dough. The dough is deep dried and seasoned with ground cinnamon and sugar. I have also included elephant ears recipe video at the end of this hub. Try this delicious recipe and post your comment in the comment section below.
- Milk - 1 cup
- Warm water - 1 cup
- Active dry yeast - 2 tablespoons
- Salt - 1 teaspoon
- White sugar - 2 tablespoons
- Shortening - 3 tablespoons
- All purpose flour or maida - 4 cups
- Oil for deep frying
- For elephant ears topping:
- Sugar - 4 tablespoons
- Ground cinnamom - 2 teaspoons
How to make elephant ears:
Take a big bowl, add active dry yeast and warm water and let it stand for 10 to 12 minutes. Combine warm milk, salt, white sugar, and shortening and mix well. Now add all purpose flour to make a smooth dough. Take the dough to floured board and knead until it turns soft and elastic. Add some flour if it is watery. Cover the dough with a towel for 1 hour. Divide the dough into 12 to 15 balls and make each ball about 1/8 inch thick. Fry the balls on both sides for 1 to 2 minutes or until it is golden brown in color. Drain on paper towels. Finally sprinke the elephant ears with sugar and cinnamon. Delicious elephant ears is ready to eat.
How to make easy elephant ears:
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