recipe for Fried Milk has been reproduced courtesy of Orce
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milk is a very popular Spanish dessert throughout Andalucia
and indeed all of Spain. This recipe comes from our very
own village of Orce, kindly provided by Angelita
whos desserts never fail to impress us or the kids!
(8.75 oz) plain flour
150g (5.25 oz) sugar
150g (5.25 oz) butter
500ml (17 fl oz)whole milk
4 eggs, separated
150g (5.25 oz) fine breadcrumbs
Olive oil for frying
1 small cinnamon stick
Peel of ½ a lemon
Extra sugar or icing sugar for dusting
175g (6 oz) of flour into a bowl. In a saucepan, melt
the butter and add the sifted flour. Stir together and
cook gently on the lowest heat. Add the sugar, stir again
and continue cooking slowly.
the milk with the cinnamon stick and lemon peel in another
pan to just below boiling point, strain and add to the
pan with the sugar, butter and flour, stirring all the
the mixture starts to bubble, remove from the heat and
add the egg yolks one at a time, making sure one is mixed
in before you add the next. Stir well to achieve a smooth,
a shallow baking tin or dish and pour in the mixture,
shaking to level it out.
the tin in the fridge and leave to set for 2-3 hours.
set, remove from the fridge and cut the batter into small
squares or rectangles.
the egg whites from earlier lightly and then dip each
square into the remaining flour, the egg whites and then
the oil in a small deep pan and fry the coated squares
in batches until golden all over.
on kitchen paper and serve dusted with sugar or icing
sugar and extra cinnamon if you wish. Goes really well
with pureed apple or pears.
about 20 - 25 squares
with permission of Orce
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