Where did beignets come from?

Answer According to What's Cooking America, beignets may have been brought from Islamic-ruled Andalusia (a region in Spain) to France, where they have been linked to French Mardi Gras celebrations since t... Read More »

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Where do beignets originate from?

Beignets are most commonly associated in the United States with New Orleans' French Quarter. But these tasty, deep-fried treats can trace their origins back to 16th century Europe. France made them... Read More »

How to Make Beignets?

Beignet is French for fritter. It is a light and airy yeast pastry that is fried, covered in sweet powdered sugar and served hot, usually with coffee. It is believed that French colonists brought b... Read More »