It’s about this time of year (every year) when our family starts the countdown to the official opening of our little hometown fair. My husband, Josh, and I are from the same hometown (believe it or not) and in our little “village,” the fair is a BIG deal. It’s basically a reunion for everyone who’s ever lived and gone to school there. You just don’t miss the fair. You just don’t. Luckily for us, our hometown is just about a 30 minute drive from where we live now, so we get to visit our family pretty often and our kids get to experience the sights and sounds of the little community we grew up in. . . and are still proud to call “home.”
These are so good!! Anyone who says these aren’t like the fair has either went to a really weird fair or they messed up the recipe. I have made these several times and they always turn out perfect. And people PLEASE stop rating recipes you’ve never tried.
This is it!!!! I grew up in Indiana and at the state fair we ALWAYS had an elephant ear. Only difference may have that they lightly brushed them with melted butter before dousing them with cinnamon sugar. But surprisingly they taste fine without it and the sugar adheres well. Plus it’s much better for us without the added butter. These fry up nicely with bubbles in the dough and everything. I’d decrease the amount of oil used for frying (I did mine in the iron skillet) since it gets a little splattery. Also, my frying time was about 10-15 seconds per side. So delicious!
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