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Two flower shaped cooking irons with a recipes book by Carmen de Gregorio that includes the most traditional La Mancha recipes. Frying pan flowers or Easter flowers are a traditional sweet from La Mancha, the homeland of Don Alonso Quijano. These flowers are made in Easter, but you can find them at all times in some Spanish pastelerías.
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|Measures||Flower shaped cooking irons: big iron: 41,5 height, 8, 5 cm diameter; small iron: 42 cm height, 6 cm diameter. Recipes book: 21,5x 16,2 x 1,5 cm|
|Origin||Cooking irons: Badajoz (Spain); Recipes book: Ciudad Real (Spain)|
|Made of||Cooking irons: wood and iron; Book: cardboard hard cover and paper.|
The recipes book is written in Spanish, but as we are keen to help you, we translate the Easter flower recipe for you in case you don´t speak Spanish: just get: 1 tablespoon of flour; 1 egg; some drops of dry anise, and half eggshell of water. Mix it well, and then put a lot of sunflower oil into a frying pan till is hot enough. Dip the iron into the dough and then put it in the frying pan until the flower comes off the iron. Coat the flower with sugar and cinnamon. Handle the flowers with care for they are very frail.
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