She Wraps Raw Dough Around A Tinfoil Cone. The End Result Is An Unexpected Yummy Surprise!

Fact: Food served in a cone naturally tastes better than food not served in a cone. That statement has been independently verified by myself and is based off of the following information. Ice cream is great by itself, but when it’s packed into a crispy, airy, convenient to hold cone it becomes amazing.

There is something about the mechanics of food being ensconced in an edible cone-shaped holder that kicks the eating experience up a notch. Perhaps it’s because you have to work a little harder for a bite, so it’s more rewarding. Or maybe because the food is being presented to us in a visually different way our taste buds are tricked into thinking it tastes better.

Whatever the reason may be, there simply isn’t enough food being served in cones these days. The recipe below will show you how to make homemade bread cones that are perfect for stuffing with salads, rices, chicken, steak, or whatever other savory foods you like. The video also shows how to whip up some tasty Moroccan chicken salad, as well as the bread cones, so check it out and pass it on!

If you have the following ingredients on hand then you can make this recipe right away, they include: 1 lb of white flour, 1 tbsp of sugar, 1 tsp of salt, 3 tbsp of olive oil, 1 tbsp of instant yeast, 2 tbsp of dried milk, about a cup and a half of warm milk, tinfoil.

Combine all the dry ingredients in a large bowl, then pour in the oil and milk a little at a time, while mixing it as you go until a soft dough forms. Dust a large working surface with flour and knead the dough on it until it becomes soft and elastic. Take a bowl, coat it in oil, place the dough inside of it, cover with a kitchen towel, and allow the dough to rise for 30 minutes.

Take an approximately 10 inch square piece of tinfoil and fold it in half, then fold that in half again, so you end up making a smaller square. Pinch it into a cone shape by holding one corner of the foil square while folding another inwards, then pinch the top to make sure it holds the shape.

When the dough has risen release any air in it by gently punching it down. Divide it into 4 pieces and roll each one into ΒΌ inch thick rectangles, then cut the dough into half inch strips. Take the tinfoil cones and brush them with oil to prevent the dough from sticking, and wrap the strips around the cones like how you see in the video.

Place them on a baking sheet, brush with an egg wash, and bake at 375 degrees for 20-30 minutes or until they turn a golden brown. Let them completely cool before placing them in cups (to hold them steady) and fill them up with whatever you’d like!

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