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Chestnut Fritters

Recipe Ingredients:
2 pounds dried chestnuts- rehydrated
1 cup milk
8 oz all purpose flour
1 cup plus 4 oz chestnut flour
2 1/2 tsp baking powder
oil for frying (peanut is best)

Cooking Directions:
1.  Using a cuisinartpuree the chestnuts with the milk until it forms a paste. It should be chunky not perfectly smooth.

2.  In a large mixing bowl, combine chestnut puree with AP flour, 4 oz chestnut flour and baking powder. Dust your hands with chestnut flour and form mixture into 3 inch balls. Flatten slightly with your hands and coat lightly with chestnut flour.

3.  Heat about a 1/2 inch of oil in a large saute pan. add fritters in a single layer. Fry until golden on one side, then flip and continue cooking on other side until golden brown and heated through. Serve immediately.

    Chestnut Flour Chestnut Flour
Imported from Italy, all-natural gluten-free chestnut flour is perfect for cooking or baking. Use it as a gluten-free baking substitute or to make authentic Italian sweets such as chestnut cake.

Dried Chestnuts Dried Chestnuts
These traditional dried chestnuts are imported from Italy. These delicious chestnuts must be prepared before they are consumed. Perfect for chestnut-based recipes, boiled, or even candied.

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