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Brioche Malasadas: A French Twist on the Hawaiian Confection image

Following our recent market visit to Hawaii, we came back inspired with a brilliant new use for brioche dough–malasadas! Akin to an over-sized doughnut hole, a malasada is a traditional Portuguese confection made of sweet bread rolled into egg-shaped balls, deep-fried, rolled in sugar, and often filled. It’s hard to imagine improving on the light, fluffy, eggy, buttery, decadence of brioche dough, but this might just do the trick. If you’re looking for an even better doughnut, give brioche a try! BRIOCHE MALASADAS You’ll need: Grapeseed oil (or any oil that can withstand high heat) LBA 15″ x 22″ Brioche Sheet(s) Deep-fryer or deep pot Granulated sugar or cinnamon-sugar mix (enough to coat brioche once fried) Instructions: Cut brioche sheets into 2″ ...

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