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The menu is too diverse, with prosciutto and cheese pancakes, Vietnamese-style coffee and malasada combos, and the specialty pho.
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YeastEgg-sized fermented inBread doughFried in oil,Granulated sugarIt is made by sprinkling.Traditional malasadas have no holes or ingredients,creamSome are packed with ingredients such as.Also, it was originally made by MalasadaLunar seasonForbidden duringlard,sugarThe purpose was to use up. "Ash WednesdayIt hits the day beforeMardi GrasIt is often eaten on that day.In Portugal, it has been hundreds of years ago.Fried breadSpeaking of (en) Is common, and Malasada is not well known and is not often sold in stores.
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Mardi Gras is also known as "Malasada Day" in Hawaii.Many Portuguese immigrantsCatholicAnd before the Good Fridaylard,sugarThey make a lot of malasadas because they have to use upPlantationIt was also shared with immigrants of other races working in.Malasada spread to Hawaii in this way.
The United States of AmericaThen,PortugueseAt homeFertile TuesdayMalasada is often made.It is a tradition that the oldest women (mainly mothers or grandmothers) cook and the older children help by rolling warm malasadas in sugar.Many people prefer to eat while hot.microwaveIt can be reheated with, but it absorbs sugar, so its aroma and texture are slightly different from those of freshly fried ones.
- Matori Yamamoto and Toru Yamada "60 Chapters to Know Hawaii"Akashi bookstore, February 2013, 2, paragraphs 10, 123, 124.ISBN 9-7847-5033-753-1.
- ^ Takushi Uyama (December 2016, 12). “A recipe for Malasada, a Hawaiian fried bread that appeared in Pokemon Sun Moon!". Alive shop.. 2018/5/10Browse.
- ^ "I made "Malasada" that appears in Pokemon!I tried to make an anime 19th". Anime! Anime!. IID (September 2017, 4). 2018/5/10Browse.