Why buy these from the store when you can make and freeze your own?
By Diane Unger | February 19, 2013
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For those not wanting to deep-fry, will baking them get a similar (though probably less crispy) result?
Once a month some friends and us get together and have an appie party where we only serve appies. Well, I made these in a double batch. they were the first things to go. I fried them because none of us are the types who run screaming from the room at the mere mention of frying. Just for the fun of it, I tried baking them and they were not crispy and light. They had the texture of dog bones. My advice is to follow the recipe nd let it be one of your two indulgences of the month.
I am going to make It. My doughter is vegetarían and It souns good for her.
Recipe mentions freezing – but other than to “partially freezing the rolls” prior to deep frying – any idea if these can be frozen for later use? It would be great to just fry them up fast as appetizers or snacks without all the work to prepare in advance.
Sorry – brain in neutral gear! Just reread all the details! My apologies!
I just made these after finishing a package of the store bought ones my girlfriend bought. They are much lighter but the texture is very similar. Plus I know all the ingredients that go into the homemade ones. I substituted crushed tomatoes for the diced, didn’t have fennel and had some frozen basil from trader joes but still turned out well.
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