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This plunger helps you make the most commonly requested sizes of loukoumades making it an efficient option to create large batches with ease. This is a must for any operation that is making loukoumades in large amounts.

hi elly, i am planning to make loukoumades and like you i ve been looking at receipees (endlessly). they all say that after the batter has risen you stir it breaking the bubbles. you havent done this to yours, is it nevessary? and as for the funny shapes i suppose that if the batter is thicker than you can shape it more easily by cuting it with a spoon like you do the profiteroles. so we jave to know the right cnsistency of the batter: should it be more towards liquid or stiff? that descroption i havent found in any recipe. any ideas before i do them? thanksefips yours look delicious

Loukoumades are little bite-sized fluffy sweet honey balls (the Greek version of donuts), which are deep fried to golden and crispy perfection. Greek donuts (loukoumades) are traditionally served soaked in hot honey syrup, sprinkled with cinnamon and garnished with chopped walnuts or toasted sesame seeds. Simply irresistable! They are also the perfect dessert for a traditional Moussaka, a summery chicken souvlaki, a melt in the mouth lamb souvlaki and Greek Salad! Together with the traditional Greek Baklava and galaktoboureko they are my absolute favourite syrupy desserts!

The perfect traditional loukoumades (Greek donuts) are crispy and golden on the outside and fluffy and airy in the inside. To achieve the perfect texture for your loukoumades give the dough time to rise and it will reward you with its distinctive air-y fluffiness.

When preparing this loukoumades recipe, the key is to use the right temperature. Always dissolve the yeast in lukewarm water and let the dough to rise in warm environment. If the room temperature is low, a little trick is to preheat the oven to 40-50 C, turn it off and place the dough in the warm oven.

So go ahead spoil yourself! Give this traditional Greek loukoumades recipe (lukumades) a try and enjoy with a full spoon of vanilla ice cream on top! (For a dairy free version of the traditional loukoumades recipe click here). Oh and you can always read this delicious recipe in Greek here Συνταγή Παραδοσιακοί λουκουμάδες με μέλι και καρύδι.

It was in 1923 that Minas Kassimatis purchased the building from the city, converting it into a confectionary palace, the first mega-store of its kind in Athens. Kassimatis introduced exotic sweets from his homeland in Asia Minor, but it was their loukoumades that ultimately captured the hearts of Athenians.

Try eating your Greek loukoumades after a delicious meal of Moussaka, Spinach Pie, or even a Gyro. You can also put them on a dessert platter with this Homemade Pistachio Baklava for a delicious treat!

When we cook with our parents and take note of their recipes, measuring ingredients, taking photos, and the rest of it, we recreate their recipes ourselves before posting them for all of you. Quite a bit of delicious work, but this is our way of ensuring quality control. About a week after making loukoumades with our parents for the blog back in 2018, it was time to start thinking about when we could get together to test the recipe. Life was busy, so a week became two, then three, then maybe four and then finally we set aside a weekend to fry these balls of goodness. But, there was a problem.

Proper loukoumades dough is sticky and loose. So, as you push the dough through your thumb and forefinger you need to quickly, and with your other hand, use a spoon to scoop it off your hand and directly into the hot (but temperature controlled) oil.

Loukoumades are best served immediately after making them. We top our loukoumades with warmed honey, a sprinkling of cinnamon and usually some crushed walnuts. Alternative toppings include sesame seeds and crushed pistachios. More modern versions of loukoumades are served with caramel sauce, chocolate sauce or maple syrup.

Brings back so many wonderful family memories of Aunt Mary and Vig standing at the stove spooning the Loukoumades into the oil, they could do it by hand as fast as the fancy new machine they have now. Thank you for sharing your love of family.

These delicacies are loukoumades, Greek doughnuts, which taste similar to doughnuts yet they are so much easier to make. They make fantastic coffee or tea companions. I can guarantee you that despite your best efforts, you will find it a challenge to stop at just one or two as they are completely addictive.

After you roll your doughnuts in the honey syrup, I like to sprinkle them with cinnamon. Honestly, the more the better, but a lot of people like to sprinkle ground walnuts or powdered sugar on their loukoumades.

Hi Dora!The oil should be between 350 -375 degrees Fahrenheit. Any lower than that and the loukoumades will absorb the oil. The batter can be refrigerated for 1 day. I have not kept it longer than that. ALl the best, Dimitra

What do you think about that? Have you tried loukoumades ( lokma ) recipe yet? Please comment and share your experience. Or are you craving for another Turkish food that you want its recipe from me? You can always contact me from here.

Peter, who used to work the night shift at Tim Hortons back when doughnuts were still handmade, says it took a while to nail down the recipe, but the result is some of the best loukoumades I've ever had. 041b061a72


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