Torrijas, traditional gluten-free sweet

Torrijas, traditional gluten-free sweet

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Torrijas are a traditional sweet typical of Spain, which is usually taken during the Easter week. With this dessert our grandmothers took advantage of the remains of stale bread, turning them into a real delight that we can now share with our children.

Even if your child suffers from a food problem, such as gluten intolerance, they can have this delicious dessert with this recipe for gluten-free torrijas, from Thanks to its sweet taste, you are sure to love it.

  • 300 gr. gluten-free sliced ​​bread
  • 1 and ½ l. milk
  • 50 gr. of sugar
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • Cinnamon powder
  • 1 orange
  • 1 lemon
  • 2 eggs
  • Olive oil

1. The milk is heated with the sugar, the orange and lemon peel, and the cinnamon stick, until it starts to boil, so that it takes on flavor.

2. Once the milk is boiled, soak each slice of bread well, let the milk drain a little and bathe in beaten egg.

3. Oil is heated with another piece of orange peel in a frying pan. When it is hot, the shell can be removed.

4. Fry the torrijas in the oil until golden brown. In a plate, mix the sugar with the cinnamon powder, and coat the torrijas in it while they are still hot. You can also add honey to make them juicier.

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