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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Chimangos for Breakfast


1 kilo flour
5 eggs
1-1 1/2 cup sugar (I'd go for a generous 1 1/2 :) ) 
1 Tbls. oil
1 heaping Tbls. Baking Powder
Cinnamon to taste
Enough hot water (I never measure) to make a nice dough like you would for a pizza crust

Roll out like you would if you were making biscuits...I just grab a glob and roll out into a circle.
Then cut into approx. 2 to 3 inches long and an inch or so wide.
Let them rest about 10 minutes.
Heat up some oil in a skillet and fry them on both sides until they are golden brown.

If you want a slightly sweeter version (which I personally highly recommend :) ), you can dust them with (or if you are like me,  roll them in) powdered sugar.  Or you can make a powdered sugar glaze to top them with.  Yum!  Perfect with hot tea, coffee, a table full of beautiful children, and a handsome husband with which to share them (the chimangos and the children that is :) ).


  1. We have these all the time. Only we call it navajo fry bread. We whip up a bowl of honey butter to smear on them when they are done. My kids love them.

  2. Sounds like a delicious treat to share with the family, we will have to try it. Our prayers are with you!

  3. It seems every culture makes something similar to this. In Hungary they make this with yeast. Native Indians make something called bannock which is similar and you eat it topped with jam or cinnamon and sugar:) In fact we had that this morning:)
    Your table is adorned by the most beautiful (besides mine of course:) kidlets:)


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