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Mexican Cooking: Buñuelos! (Doughnuts!)
In this one-session class, students will learn to make delicious Mexican doughnuts called "buñuelos".
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In this 50 minute session, students will learn about Mexico's most delicious and well-known dessert, cinnamon sugar buñuelos. This is a wonderful enrichment for students taking Spanish and/or kids who love to cook. We will learn the recipe in both Spanish and English, I will cook as the students learn along with me, we'll watch a short video of a pro making huge buñuelos at a fair in Mexico, and students will leave with both the recipe and the confidence to cook (with a parent!) their own...
Optional: Have these ingredients on hand to make the buñuelos along with me! Or, just learn in the class and make them later! 2 cups All-Purpose Flour 1 ½ teaspoons Baking Powder ½ teaspoon Salt ¾ cup Warm Water 4 tablespoons Oil (plus 2 or more cups for frying) ½ cup Granulated Sugar 1 tablespoon Ground Cinnamon
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents: please supervise your students in the kitchen and be aware that cooking this dish requires hot oil for cooking the doughnuts - be very careful! The steps for this cooking project are mixing the ingredients in a bowl, shaping small handfuls of dough, and gently frying them on each side. Then, you use a spatula or spoon to remove the doughnuts from the oil and let them cool on a plate covered with a paper towel. Also - ingredients are flour, sugar, cinnamon, oil, salt, and baking powder. Review these ingredients in case of possible allergy.
Teacher of English Literature and Grammar; Teacher of Spanish Language
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
I am a Harvard graduate with twenty years of classroom experience. Inspiring kids to love to learn is my passion! I teach English Literature as well as Spanish. I live in Tennessee and love to travel!