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Loukoumades (Greek Doughnuts)

Loukoumades (Greek Doughnuts)

From then on loukoumades stayed as a dessert not only in Greece, but also in several other countries all over the world
Loukoumades // Greek Donuts

Loukoumades // Greek Donuts

Well, first of, you need to know some Greeks call them Loukoumathes. Instructions Pour lukewarm water into a large bowl and stir in salt, vinegar, sugar and yeast until sugar and yeast dissolve
Honey Drizzled Cinnamon Nuggets

Honey Drizzled Cinnamon Nuggets

I wanted to come up with something that would remind me of loukoumades, which are these amazing Greek doughnuts dipped in honey and topped with cinnamon
Chicken Yiaourtloù

Chicken Yiaourtloù

This story comes from Souflí, an area in the northern part of Greece near Turkey. Take a nonstick skillet and put it on the stove in medium heat
Iced Vovo Doughnuts

Iced Vovo Doughnuts

I will however share two gifts that my visit to NYC and San Fran gave me right now, though. no hole = more doughnut surface area
Greek Pancakes (Tiganites)

Greek Pancakes (Tiganites)

I actually use pancake a bit loosely because they are closer to loukoumades, which are Greek doughnuts topped with warm honey, cinnamon, and nuts
Loukoumades

Loukoumades

Though not as sweet because it doesn't have khoya nor is it dipped in sugar syrup. First is the yeast test

Loukoumades (Honey Puffs)

Dip spoon in cup of cold water each time before dipping in batter so batter will not stick to spoon. To serve, arrange hot Loukoumades on a platter and pour hot honey over each one

Loukoumades

Sprinkle the yeast over the lukewarm water and stir to dissolve. Add yeast mixture to flour and beat or knead 5 minutes until the dough is smooth and elastic. 1/2 package dry yeast

Loukoumades (Dumplings)

Add the yeast and an extra cup of warm water and mix well until you make a uniform thin paste. Thin the yeast in 1/2 cup of warm water. 4 teaspoons yeast

Honey Puffs, Greek: Loukoumades

Dissolve the yeast in a little lukewarm water, mix flour and salt in a bowl and slowly add yeast mixture being sure to mix well