A take-off on the traditional rosette, these crumbly treats aren't meant for a tea party! They're spicy mouthfuls that stand up to salads and even beer.
Beat all ingredients together until smooth. (If mixture seems
a little too thick, add milk.) Strain batter. Preheat oil in Presto® electric
Heat rosette iron in oil. When hot, lift out of oil and drain. Dip hot
iron into batter. (Do not let mixture come over top of iron.) Return to
oil and fry
until golden brown; cool. Store in airtight container.
NOTE: If you wish to make sweet rosettes, omit the pepper and add vanilla to batter. Sprinkle rosettes with powdered sugar.
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