|Bunueolos de Manzana (Spanish Apple Fritters)||
It could be surmised that anything dipped in a batter and fried is a good thing. If that’s the case, then these little Spanish apple fritters are really a good thing. Plus, the apples, which marinate for several hours at room temperature and the batter, which is chilled for several hours, means they make for easy entertainment because you can deep-fry them at the last minute.
Reserve the egg white in a separate bowl. Mix the yolks, milk, oil, salt and flour into a thick batter and chill for several hours in the refrigerator.
To finish the
fritters, whisk the reserved egg whites to soft peaks and fold into the
chilled batter. To fry the fritters, you’ll need canola or vegetable oil
heated to 350 degrees. Dip the apple slices into the batter and fry until
golden brown and drain on paper towels. Have powdered sugar on-hand for
dusting the fritters as they come out of the hot oil.