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How to make Carnival ears

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The Carnival ears or "Entroido nights"They are a traditional recipe of this holiday in Galicia, consisting of a fried dough Crunchy texture. It is a sweet that can remind pestiños or even donuts. Although it is typical of the era of Carnival, You can prepare them when you feel like it because you will suck your fingers. To do this, we will explain in detail how to make carnival ears.

Low difficulty Ingredients:
  • 500 g flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 100 g butter or lard
  • 100 ml of warm water
  • 50 ml of anise or brandy
  • lemon zest
  • a teaspoon of salt
  • 100 g icing sugar
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The first thing we should do to prepare carnival ears It will mix the liquid ingredients in a bowl or bowl. So we must add:

  • the eggs
  • warm water
  • melted butter or lard as the traditional recipe marks
  • aniseed or if you prefer, brandy
  • the lemon zest
2

We must bind all the ingredients until we get one homogeneous mass without lumps. You can do it with the manual rods or opt for electric ones to speed up the task.

3

On the other hand, we will sift the flour to avoid the subsequent formation of lumps. If you do not have a sieve, you can use a strainer and a spoon; You can see the detailed steps in our article on how to sift flour.

4

The next step of preparing the "Entroido nights"it will be to combine the liquid ingredients with the dry ones. So you will have to add the sifted flour to the mixture that you have beaten at the beginning; you can start mixing with the rods but then you will have to knead the pasta with your hands.

5

Then you must let the dough rest for an hour to go up and acquire the appropriate texture for the ears. You will get a paste that looks wet and easy to work.

6

Once that time has passed, the next step will consist of stretch the dough with the help of a roller smeared in olive oil to prevent sticking. So you should go taking small portions or balls of dough and spread them on the countertop or other smooth surface.

7

It is essential to get the dough for Entroido stars is very thin so that the result when frying them is optimal. The traditional thing would be to give them an ear shape - hence their name - although you can opt for the shape you prefer: square, rectangular, triangular ...

8

Next, you must put a fire on pan with plenty of olive oil and, when it is very hot, we are adding the portions of dough that will become the ears of Carnival.

9

You must brown the stars on both sides without letting them burn, since they roast very quickly, and take them out on a plate with paper towels so that they absorb the excess oil.

10

Finally, sprinkle icing sugar on Carnival ears and ... bon appetit!

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