Miss B in the snow

Winter is coming to the town. Ok, not in my part of the world where I can do the sun bathing every day. This is not about the weather I am speaking of. This is merely about the sweet little Miss B who loves to wear her winter coat, even in the Summer.

I am talking nonsense ( I know ). I just like to make up stories about the cakes I make. Imagining what they are journeying into (hehehe).

About Miss B. Hmm… she’s the sweet simple one. The petite no one canever resist of; from the one year old to the hundred years old. With or without teeth, seriously. I chose to make over Miss B, using the method from http://www.frenchfood.about.com, the wonderful country where Miss B came from. Besides, this oneis simple, they don’t use yeast so you can make it anytime you likewithout spending time much waiting.

Miss B has changed in so many different styles where you can find her with delightful taste in many parts of the world . In Indonesia, she is known as roti goreng ( fried dough ) because we use yeast. Still she is well known as the one from New Orleans, the soulful city of music and dance and food and party… I guess Miss B fits it all           ( LOL ).

So, here I present you my one and only, Miss B(eignet).

Looking gorgeous, isn’t she ?

the heart of Miss B, looks very soft

the heart of Miss B, looks very soft

Covered with confectioner sugar and shredded cheese

Covered with confectioner sugar and shredded cheese


Irresistible Miss B(eignet)

Ingredients :

* 1/4 cup butter

* 1 cup water

* 4 eggs

* 1 cup all-purpose flour

* 1/4 teaspoon salt

* Oil for deep frying

* Confectioner sugar at your taste

Preparation :

In a medium saucepan, melt the butter in the water. Add salt and flour, and stir until a sticky batter is formed. Beat in the eggs, one at a time, until the batter is smooth.

Heat the oil to 375F. Fry mounded teaspoons of dough, several at a time, for about 6 minutes. They are done when they are light, golden brown on each side. Drain them for a few minutes on a clean kitchen towel and served warm, dusted with the confectioners sugar. ( or shredded cheese or strawberry jam or anything you love ).


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