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Traditional Dalmatian dessert which is usually a symbol of hloidays or hospitality. Fritters are made of flour, warm water, yeast and a spoon of sugar which are mixed into a creamy mixture. It is then  ...

Traditional Dalmatian dessert which is usually a symbol of hloidays or hospitality. Fritters are made of flour, warm water, yeast and a spoon of sugar which are mixed into a creamy mixture. It is then placed in a high vessel, covered, and left in a warm place to rise. Later add flour, sugar, salt, brandy, orange or lemon peel and warm water. It is all blended into a rubber mixture which is mixed for 20 minutes with a wooden spoon. Raisins are added at the end, the dough is covered and left in a warm place to rise again. When ir reaches twice the original size, reach into it using a spoon and try to keep the same shape for the fritters. Fry them in hot oil, let them dry on kitchen paper, scatter vanilla sugar over them and serve.