Rosettes are paper-thin cookies that are made with a very thin batter using a special iron and then deep fried. They are usually served around the holidays. I rarely make them, but every once in awhile dave puts in a special request for "those puffy-crispy-airy cookies". They are actually really easy to make though deep-frying is involved.
Here's the recipe from Christmas-Cookies.com. http://www.christmas-cookies.com/recipes/recipe18.rosettes.html
Yikes! Christmas cookies already...
I've often wanted to make those, but I don't have the special iron required. They look so good!ReplyDelete
Those look beautiful and sound delicious! YUM!ReplyDelete
OMG I had forgotten about these! I want some right now! My auntie used to make these when we were kids. xoxoReplyDelete
Thanks! They are really good and just so amazingly thin. Dave pretty much inhales them.ReplyDelete
I'm afraid of deep frying, but those look just beautiful. What a neat tool too.ReplyDelete
Oh, I wish I could find my rosettes maker. They are good. Yours are pretty.ReplyDelete
Wow! I'm impressed. They look wonderful.ReplyDelete
I've always wanted to make these, Michele. Now I'm inspired to go out and get one of those irons. Gosh, can it really be time to start baking Christmas cookies?!ReplyDelete
Thanks you guys! The irons are inexpensive and are easy to find online.ReplyDelete