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Malassadas (Fried Dough)

Malassadas are a traditional sweet fried dough which is very typical of the Azores and Madeira islands.

Portuguese Doughnuts | Malassadas Recipe | Leite's Culinaria

Malassadas | Portuguese Doughnuts

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Malassadas are Portuguese donuts from the Azores that are triangles of yeast dough that are fried until crisp and puffy and coated in cinnamon sugar.

Malassadas!!!  Love me some Portuguese Treats!!

Portuguese Traditions: Malassadas

The Portuguese have this wonderful little 'Piece of Fried Dough" that we look forward to on any special occasion. A Festa, a Holiday, a Family Party, maybe even just a Great Uncle visiting from Connecticut. Oh, how we looked forward to those visits as they always meant Malassadas. A Malassada is exactly as I described a delightful little piece of fried dough, but this is the most basic of descriptions for a phenomenal bite into heaven. Let's say this.. Have you ever gone to fair? A fair…

Malasadas (Portugese Donuts) | never knew how to spell it, but I dang sure know how to eat them... OMG

Malasadas (Portuguese Donuts)

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One wonderful memory I have of growing up, is Sunday morning brunch with my family each and every weekend. And there would be fresh, warm malasadas straight from the bakery on the table. Mmm.. what a treat. Even now as an adult, I find them irresistible! So when I found this recipe to make them at home - I was very happy!

Leonard's Bakery Hawaii Malasadas

Leonard’s Bakery’s Hawaii Malasadas

A dairy trifecta of butter, milk, and half & half give these Portuguese-style donuts their distinctive richness and luscious texture.

Filhos (Portugese Doughnuts)

Filhos

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Malassadas - Azorean Green Bean

With this easy recipe you can now make malassadas, or fried dough, at home anytime you have a craving!

Malassadas aka Portuguese Donuts...my Avõ makes these all the time.

Malasadas (Portuguese Donuts)

Malasadas are Portuguese donuts. My mother makes these and she puts sugar and syrup on them. A total treat. Ingredients: 1 1/4 cup mil...

A dairy trifecta of butter, milk, and half & half give these Portuguese-style donuts their distinctive richness and luscious texture.

Leonard’s Bakery’s Hawaii Malasadas

A dairy trifecta of butter, milk, and half & half give these Portuguese-style donuts their distinctive richness and luscious texture.

Malassadas are a traditional sweet fried dough which is very typical of the Azores and Madeira islands. These are probably the most popular dessert of the two Regions, and this is a recipe which has been in my family for many generations. This is the Alves Family Malassadas recipe I was given by my Vavó and has been adjusted and perfected over and over again throughout the years to come up with the best sweet and crispy fried dough malassadas you can make. Ingredients: 12 eggs 1 & a 1&#...

Malassadas (Fried Dough)

Malassadas are a traditional sweet fried dough which is very typical of the Azores and Madeira islands.

Portuguese Doughnuts-Filhos :aka malasadas

Filhos (Portuguese Doughnuts)

When I was a child, our family took a trip every year to the coast where we would relax in a beach house for a week. This 4 hour car ride was always preceded by a breakfast of store-bought orange juice (Sunny D - blech) and doughnuts. Since I always got motion sickness on the drive, it turned me off of doughnuts for my entire childhood- not a bad thing, health-wise, but quirky. There was one kind of doughnut that I still loved, however, that tasted nothing like store-bought doughnuts to my…

In Search of the Finer Things: Filhos (Portuguese Doughnuts)

Filhos (Portuguese Doughnuts)

When I was a child, our family took a trip every year to the coast where we would relax in a beach house for a week. This 4 hour car ride w...