Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Mad Funnel Cake

Last night during my photo class funnel cake was brought up. After that I HAD to have some. So I found the recipe online, and last night at 10 pm after I got out of class, my darling husband and I made some

MAD FUNNEL CAKE
mad funnel cake


1 cup water
6 Tbsp butter
1 Tbsp sugar
1/8 tsp salt
1 cup flour
4 eggs
veg oil - frying
powdered sugar - topping

boil water sugar butter and salt together in a saucepan. add flour and work it until it is incorporated and forms a doughball. Transfer mixture to a standing mixer bowl and let cool 3-4 min. With mixer on lowest speed add in eggs 1 at a time making sure the first is completely incorporated before continuing. once all the eggs have been added and the mixture is smooth, put dough into a piping bag with a no. 12 tip or into a plastic baggie with a corner cut off. heat about 1 1/2 inches of oil into a heavy pan. pipe dough into oil making a free form lattice pattern, cook until browned, flipping once. remove cake from oil, drain on paper towel, and top with powdered sugar. continue until all batter is used.

I loved it. And you should too.

6 comments:

Inside A Book said...

Sounds like some yummy treats for pumpkin carving FHE!! Or for any fall activity. Thanks for doing the experimenting for me....

beckaboots said...

yum...I've never had funnel cake!

Tarah said...

Yummy! That sounds really good!

Angie Kay said...

Hope things are going well - Just wanted to say hey. How is the photogrpahy going? You still trying it out?

Angie Kay said...

Awe thanks for the comment... Things have been so busy with moving back to Phoenix, and completing my MBA I havent had time to work on the photography! I figure I am going to finish my degree, get a digital camera, and take a night class to learn the camera and the editing. I just dont know where I will find the time. I am loving your new photoshoots... Mary is actually going to take our pictures in 3 weeks. I cannot wait. :) This time we are going to get our dogs in the pictures.

Angie Kay said...

yea, I moved back to Phoenix about a month ago. I am 6 classes from earning my MBA so I figure when I am done with that, I will take some Community college classes for photography. maybe I will be lucky enough to get a camera for my graduation gift! :) wishful thinking. thanks for the comments.