Bow Ties recipe

My husband is a very picky eater. There are only certain foods that he really likes. Unlike my kids they are more easy to please, they will try any dishes even if they saw it for the first time. I have this recipe that i stumble online and i want to try at home. I got intrigued in the recipe's name because it's called Bow Ties.

Here's the recipe in case you want to try it as well.


* 1 package egg roll wrappers (4 1/2 inches by 5 1/2 inches - each wrapper makes 2 bow ties)
* Syrup:
* 1 cup brown sugar
* 1/2 cup corn syrup
* 1/2 cup honey
* 1/2 cup water
* Other:
* 4 - 6 cups oil for deep-frying, as needed


Lay out a wrapper so that the longer (5 1/2 inch) sides are on the top and bottom, and the shorter (4 1/2 inch) sides on the left and right. Cut each egg roll wrapper from top to bottom into 4 equal pieces.

Using a paring knife, cut a 1/2 inch slit in the center of each piece. Using 2 pieces, one laid on top of the other, make a knot like a bow tie. (Fold one end of the piece on top and thread it through the slit. Turn over, fold, and thread through the other way. Open the folded ends before deep-frying).

Heat wok and add oil. Deep-fry the bow ties until golden brown, about 5 at a time. Drain on paper towels or a tempura rack if you have one.

Boil the syrup ingredients in a pot on medium heat for about 5 minutes. Dip the bow ties into the boiling syrup (if the syrup isn't boiling the bow ties will be too sweet), and drain well. Set aside to harden. Serve cold. (The bow ties can be stored in an air-tight container).

It sounds so yummy!

Children will love this sweet treat. For a more "adult friendly" version, prepare and deep-fry the bow ties, then lightly dust with icing sugar.

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