Posted by on Nov 18, 2020 in Desserts | 10 comments

Carnival Ears (Spanish Dessert) – Easy Fried Dough Dessert Recipe

Carnival Ears (Spanish Dessert) – Easy Fried Dough Dessert Recipe

Learn how to make delicious deep-fried pieces of dough sprinkled with powdered sugar. This crunchy dessert can be served warm or at room temperature. Kids will love this recipe!

▼ INGREDIENTS LIST:

– Flour
– 3 medium eggs
– 3 tablespoons of melted butter
– A dash of sweet anise-flavored liqueur
– A pinch of salt
– Powdered sugar for decoration
– Sunflower oil for frying

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Carnival Ears (Spanish Dessert) - Easy Fried Dough Dessert Recipe

Learn how to make delicious deep-fried pieces of dough sprinkled with powdered sugar. This crunchy dessert can be served warm or at room temperature. Kids will love this recipe!

▼ INGREDIENTS LIST:

- Flour
- 3 medium eggs
- 3 tablespoons of melted butter
- A dash of sweet anise-flavored liqueur
- A pinch of salt
- Powdered sugar for decoration
- Sunflower oil for frying

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P.S. We are not native speakers of English, so we apologize if there are any incomprehensible words, typos or grammatical errors in this video. We hope you enjoy the recipe!

10 Responses to “Carnival Ears (Spanish Dessert) – Easy Fried Dough Dessert Recipe”

  1. Nora Moumane says:

    What is anise 

    • Very Easy Recipes says:

      +Nora Moumane Sweet anise-flavored liqueur.

  2. gelande georges says:

    what is anise and where can you get it

  3. Totini Sama says:

    We eat these in Italy too!

  4. tutorials and DIYs says:

    Can we use something else instead of sweet anise??

    • rockin lu says:

      +tutorials and DIYs I think we can use fennel seeds!

  5. Rebecca Cisneros says:

    How much Flour?

    • Very Easy Recipes says:

      +Rebecca Cisneros Hello! There is not a determined amount of flour to use.
      Using your judgment, add flour little by little until the dough is not
      sticking to your hands. Then knead until the dough becomes smooth and
      elastic. Trust in your instinct! Thanks for watching!

  6. Vince Taitano says:

    Wow

  7. Cecyy Hdez says:

    how much of flour!!!??