Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Rosquillas de Canela/Cinnamon Doughnuts

Origin of Cinnamon Doughnuts

The concept of the doughnut has origins in Dutch, Italian, French, and Russian baking — all cultures.A captained of a ship make a deep-fried dough flavored with nutmeg, cinnamon, and lemon.

How do we eat it

We eat it after is cooked,you can eat it with  a glass of milk or something could convene.

They are traditional in:

USA,Mexico and almost in the states were they still have Prehispanic traditions.

Regina G.B and Erwin T.S
What is the origin of Cinnamon Doughnuts?

Donuts are one of the most popular foods of all time. They are sweet, delicious and you can eat them on the go. Donuts have been around for hundreds of years, however, their true origin is debated as fried dough is not exclusive to a single culture. The exact place where the first donuts were made is unknown and nobody knows who made the very first donut. There are, however, certain events in history, which give us some idea of where donuts came from.

Dutch treat
Records show that in the mid-19th century, the Dutch began making a treat known as olykoeks (oil cakes). These donuts were balls of cake, which were cooked in pork fat until they were golden brown. The problem with these treats was that the cake cooked much faster on the outside than on the inside, leaving an uncooked center when the outside was done. To rectify this problem, cooks were stuffing the treats with nuts, fruit, or other fillings that did not need to be cooked.

When Dutch immigrants began to settle in North America, they continued to make olykoeks. As immigrants from other cultures also began making olykoeks, they crafted their own variations. Eventually, the olykoeks evolved to become what we know today as donuts.

How do you it the Cinnamon Doughnuts?

You may it them with Coffee and with sweetbread.

In which countries are traditional?

The doughnut is popular in many countries and prepared in various forms as a sweet snack that can be homemade or purchased in bakeries, supermarkets

Luis Arcos Sánchez and Emiliano Viveros


What is tequesquite? 

Tequesquite is and sodium sulphate, that is used in Mexico since pre-Hispanic times mainly as a food seasoning. It is found naturally in central Mexico particularly in previous lacustrine environment where the mineral from a sedimentary crust.

Their relationship with Pre-hispanic Mexico 

Their relation ship with pre-Hispanic Mexico is that in pre-Hispanic times the tequesquite was a traditional food on Mexico.

Sentences about tequesquite 

1. One food that you can do with tequesquite is the "tamales de chile".
2. You use flour to make sinnamon donuts.
3. You have to use 3/4 of Milk to make sinnamon donuts.

Daniela C and Cesar H

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