Verwurrelt Gedanken (Deep-fried Carnival Pastry) is a traditional Luxembourgish recipe for a classic snack of a flour, butter, egg milk and sugar dough leavened with bicarbonate of soda and flavoured with lemon zest that's cut into strips and deep fried before serving.
Fry Bread. The bread is traditionally made with lard and its texture depends on how it is fried. When deep fried it is fluffy and has a texture similar to Yorkshire pudding or popovers. When shallow fried, it is crisp and has a decided cracker-like crunch when bitten. This bread, like all fried doughs, is best eaten straight from the fryer.
Fried Cheese Sticks - Mince half a bunch of parsley and mix with 8oz. cheese (cottage of feta), 1 Tbsp. margarine and 1 egg. Add a teaspoon of mixture to center of dough (3 pieces of Filo dough cut into 8 squares each - or try wonton dough). Wrap like egg roll and fry in about 2 cups vegetable oil. Enjoy!
So what exactly is a cronut? Easy. It’s a 1/2 croissant 1/2 donut. A Franco-American deep-fried “croissant” dough rolled in sugar, filled with cream, and glazed. I mean, really. How could you go wrong with that? It’s a bit more tricky than it sounds though because the butter layers of a regular croissant dough would melt and make a mess in hot oil so the folding technique is a little different.
Fánk is a sweet traditional Hungarian doughnut. The most commonly used ingredients are: flour, yeast, butter, egg yolk, a little bit of rum, salt, milk and oil to deep fry with. After the pastry has risen for approximately 30 minutes the result is an extreme light doughnut-like pastry. Fánk is traditionally served with powdered sugar and lekvar, Hungarian thick jams; either apricot or plum.