By Eddy − On Thursday, August 11, 2016, 7 years ago in Snack Recipes
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Portuguese Coscorões (Fried Pastry) Recipe


Learn how to make this light and delicious Portuguese coscorões (fried pastry) snack.
Portuguese Coscorões (Fried Pastry) Recipe


Preparation time1 h 15 min
Cooking Time 15 min
Ready In1 h 30 min
Level of DifficultyVery Easy
Servings8

Ingredients

2 cups of flour3 eggsOrange zest1/4 cup of sugar1/4 cup of butter1/4 cup of brandyWaterSalt (to taste)Sugar (to sprinkleCinnamon (to sprinkle)Oil
2 cups of flour3 eggsOrange zest1/4 cup of sugar1/4 cup of butter1/4 cup of brandyWaterSalt (to taste)Sugar (to sprinkleCinnamon (to sprinkle)Oil
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Preparation

  1. Stir the sugar and butter.
  2. Add the eggs, brandy, flour and salt and knead well.
  3. Add water if necessary and knead until the dough feels smooth and elastic.
  4. Let stand for at least one hour.
  5. Make rectangles with rolling pin, a thickness of 2 mm.
  6. Make three cuts in the middle of each rectangle.
  7. Fry them in oil and sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon.
Recipe & Photo Credit: iguaria.com *
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