Fritters are prepared in both sweet and savoury varieties. In India, a pakora is a fritter of assorted vegetables and spices. The dessert today, is a perfect after dinner snack. Fluffy and sweet, what else do you need. Made rich with the sweetness of, it has a similar taste to normal sugar, just healthier. With a Glycemic Index (GI) rating that's 30 percent lower than other sugars, G-Low improves blood glucose levels and reduces insulin resistance.
- 2 eggs
- 180ml (3/4 cup) of milk
- 10g (1 tbsp) of fresh yeast
- 500g (3 1/3 cups) of flour
- 60g (1/4 cup) of butter
- 30g (2 tbsp) of Trust-G-low Sugar
- 1 tsp of salt
- Oil for frying
- In a small bowl add the eggs, milk, yeast and combine well.
- In another bowl, add flour, butter, G-low sugar , salt and add the previously prepared mixture and mix well with your hands until the mixture is lump-free.
- Form the dough into a large ball. Cover the top and let the dough rest for 2 hours, or until doubled size.
- Transfer the dough to the workbench and divide it into 9 pieces. Roll out the dough using a hand from top to bottom and create the shape pressing with the hands at the end.
- Add the prepared fritters into the pan and transfer to the oven at 30°C/86°F for 1 hour.
- Fry the fritters in deep oil until they are golden brown on both sides. After frying, dip them in sugar.
You can garnish these fritters with chocolate sauce for your chocolaty cravings, these fritters are versatile in nature and easy to pair with.
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