Beignets Soufflés or Sawa Donuts are pastries made from eggs, wheat flour, sugar, butter, baking powder and milk . They can be flavored with nutmeg, lemon, even rum.
The Donuts culture (flour, corn and puffs) was introduced by Beninese saleswomen, installed in the city of Douala, in the 20th century. And the Sawa Women introduced these sweets to gastronomy Cameroonian. Sawa means Coastal people of Cameroon (Littoral).
With 350 g Mbànte Pastry Mix you can easily make Beignets Soufflés by your own and will need in addition 65 g of butter, 140 ml milk and 2 eggs of size L.
Ingredients: Wheat flour, Raw cane sugar*, Raising agent, Flavors, Salt. * Organic
Nutritional facts per 100 g: Energy: 1439 KJ / 344 Kcal; Fat 1.0 g; Carbohydrates 75.2 g; of which sugar 20.8 g; Fiber 3.0 g; Protein 7.4 g; Salt 0.6 g.
Preparation: Put the baking mixture in a mixing bowl. Add the eggs, milk and butter. Process everything with a mixer for about 3 minutes to a smooth dough. Form balls with a teaspoon and fry in oil at maximum of 175°C until golden brown.
May contain traces of nuts.
Best before: See bottom of pastry mix.