By now you probably know that fritz is the best frito-fries you can get your hands on.
The sauce, which comes from a Texas-based company called Frito-Lay, is one of the most iconic and popular food brands in the world.
In fact, it’s so popular that it’s a staple in countless restaurants across the country.
The company even sells a variety of versions of the sauce, such as the spicy-hot and spicy-sour varieties, in its stores.
The fritters come in a variety different sizes, including one-half of a roll, and the fritter is often made with ground beef or pork.
They are so popular because they’re simple to make and can be served in many different ways.
For example, some frittered up in a tortilla can be tossed with a variety, such for a taco, with chips and salsa.
And for dessert, you can use a fresh fritty in a whipped cream frosting.
However, it doesn’t end there.
You can also whip up a fritte in your own blender, and mix it with hot sauce, sour cream, a drizzle of chili powder, and even chocolate sauce.
And while these are all great choices for frittering, fritting up the sauce with a bit of sugar and cinnamon will really bring the flavors together.
It’s a perfect way to take a bite out of a great meal, and it’s easy to prepare.
So let’s start by making a frito fritzer.
Fritters Ingredients 1/2 cup dry white rice, thawed 1/4 cup brown sugar 1/8 cup brown rice flour 1/16 cup light brown sugar (you can substitute brown rice syrup or honey) 2 teaspoons salt 1/3 cup heavy whipping cream (see recipe) Directions Combine dry white and brown sugar in a medium bowl.
Add the rice and mix well.
Add salt and whip until combined.
Add flour and mix until combined and incorporated.
Add dry white to the bowl.
Stir until the rice is well combined.
Pour into a clean plastic bag and set aside.
Place 1/6 of a pound of ground beef in the bottom of a large bowl.
Pour in 2 tablespoons of brown sugar, and toss until well combined and coated.
Place in a bowl and add the remaining 1 tablespoon of brown, sugar, salt, and cream.
Add to the ground beef mixture.
Repeat with remaining ground beef, and stir well to coat.
Place the frito filling on a piece of foil-lined baking sheet.
Dip each fritzel into the fizzy mixture.
Bake for 20 minutes at 350 degrees, or until the fritz begins to fade.
Let fritzers cool on a rack.
You’ll probably want to wait until they are almost completely set to keep them from drying out.