I took a shortcut today. I made them from frozen pizza dough. I just defrosted a lump from the freezer in the late morning and it was ready to fry by suppertime.
First I shaped the thawed dough into a long torpedo on a floured board.
While vegetable oil heated in a small skillet (I like using a small one to have more control over the cooking process) I cut the dough into sections and flattened each piece with my fingers to get the air bubbles out of it. I only cover the bottom of the skillet with about a half inch of oil.
When the oil started to shimmer, I dropped two pizzals into the skillet. I let them cook on the underside, and when the edges were turning brown, I turned them over to cook on the other side.
You can top them with whatever topping your prefer. Some like cinnamon sugar, some like powdered sugar, others a combo of the first two, some like a sprinkle of grated Parmesan cheese. Some folks just like them plain without any topping. I prefer plain sugar on mine.
You can keep these in the refrigerator and reheat in the microwave as wanted.
Hey, there was a bit of sunshine this afternoon. I took Penny out and brushed her coat and plucked out the clumps. She, a corgi, doesn't shed like most dogs. Her hair clumps up in a lump and its easily pulled out. It doesn't hurt her at all. She looked so much better when finished.
Have a good evening.