Traditional recipes



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In a bowl put the yeast a tablespoon of sugar and a little warm water. Let it rise.

After 15 minutes when the yeast has risen, put water in a bowl, add the yeast, mix and add as much flour as possible, the dough must be elastic.

Let it rise in a warm place for about an hour, until it doubles in volume.

Meanwhile, prepare the filling: Put boiled beans in a bowl and puree it with a fork. Add sugar to taste and some vanilla.

When the dough is well raised, we put it on the work table, knead it a little and make a cylinder like a salami :). We cut the pieces of 5 cm and we spread each piece with the rolling pin; we give the round shape.

In the middle of the round we put a spoonful of beans and join the extremities giving an oval shape, taking care to close the dough well. See photo

We do this with all the dough.

We take a frying pan, we put oil and when it is well heated, we fry it. We fry it on both sides. They are ready when they are well browned.

Serve hot or cold.


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