Roscón torrijas with cream. Christmas recipes for kids

Roscón torrijas with cream. Christmas recipes for kids

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The roscón de Reyes or rosca de Reyes, is a bun whose sweet dough hides a surprise inside; and is traditionally served on January 6.

From our site, we propose a very different way to offer this dessert to your family and guests: preparing delicious Roscón torrijas with cream. An exquisite Christmas recipe that will become the “finishing touch” of some fantastic parties.

  • A roscón without filling.
  • Milk.
  • Orange blossom water.
  • Cinnamon stick.
  • White sugar.
  • Eggs.
  • Oil.
  • Whipping cream.

1. Cut the roscón into slices of approximately 2 cm. We booked. Don't forget to save the roscón surprise for later. In a saucepan, heat the milk together with the orange blossom water, the sugar and the cinnamon. (We have used half a liter of milk, 40 drops of orange blossom water, 3 tablespoons of sugar and a cinnamon stick for every 6 slices of roscón).

2. Once it starts to boil, we keep it on low heat for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and let cool. We place the slices of roscón in a container and pour the milk on top. Let stand 10 minutes.

3. We prepare a pan with olive oil over medium heat, and while it is heating, we beat two eggs on a plate. We pass the torrijas, one by one, from the milk to the egg, and from the egg to the pan. Fry until lightly browned and let it rest on a plate on kitchen paper. Once they have cooled, and just before serving, we choose a French toast and place the surprise

4. We whip the cream, decorate and serve. Don't forget to remind your family and guests that a French toast contains the surprise, so they must bite carefully.

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