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Simple Beignets

By: Melissa from luluthebaker.com
Simple Beignets
Simple Beignets
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If you ever visit New Orleans, Louisiana, then you absolutely must try a beignet. A beignet is essentially a French version of an English fritter, and it's one of the most sweet and delicious breakfast foods you'll ever try. However, if you have never been to New Orleans and still want to experience it, then try this Simple Beignet recipe. It uses a store-bought ingredient for its base, which provides an easy and delicious shortcut in making it! One bite out of this easy-to-make deep fried dough treat and you will be in love, guaranteed.



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I have always wanted to try making these. I have never even tasted one, but they always look so good on tv and in recipes. Unfortunately this recipe calls for canned biscuit dough. While I see the appeal, that is a no go for me. I will keep looking for a from scratch recipe.

I've knows Mardi gras and now a new French word, beignet-French words that describe New Orleans, Louisiana. I have not read the history of New Orleans and how the French culture has left an indelible influence in New Orleans history and culture. Now I am curious. I will read on it after this. So the beignet is something to look forward to when visiting New Orleans the city of jazz and Mardi gras.

I've always wanted to try beignets, and now I'm happy I don't have to go all the way down south!

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