In the United States, the term "beignets" is sometimes used for filled deep-fried pastries. It is more typically linked to the plain deep-fried pastry dough dusted with confectioners' sugar and served in New Orleans accompanied by cafe au lait made from the local chicory-flavored coffee.
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3 out of 5
Coast of York, County.Va.
August 1, 2011
Ability level:Advanced
Cooks for:1 to 2 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Recommend with Reservations...
August 1, 2011
These look more like a hand held fruit filled Pastry.Beignets are Big, Pillowy Fat Squares of dough covered with Confectioner's Powdered Sugar that leaves a "mustache". Dukable, redolent w/Spices from the Low Country.Allspice or a bit of Fresh Nutmeg.A boxed version from New Orleans is preferred,sorry to say.Cafe duMonde is their Home after All.I like it Better.
Pros: Will Make Again
Cons: Texture, Appearance, appearence