Oh macaroni and cheese cone, you were gone too soon! Believe it or not, I actually got a Tweet from somebody sitting in Fantasmic! Help orangebirdswirl! Tell me you have the recipe!
To say they were a huge smash hit in my house is an understatement. After dough has risen again slightly, brush each with the beaten egg wash and dust with a pinch. Tell me you have the recipe! That was amended later, however, through the Consolidated Appropriations Act of , which got rid of the double-layer requirement. Ingredients Bread cone: Before I polished off my half of the chili cone, Nicole stopped me and said, "I'm going to be real country and mix these two together. This post may contain affiliate links.
Well, first the bad news. These cones?
The good news? To say they were a huge smash hit in my house is an understatement. Secondly, these are best warm. Serve them fresh out of the oven or re-warm them in the oven or toaster oven.
Mourn away. I know I am. While the dough is rising, using stiff cardstock, roll cardstock into a large cone.
Wrap with aluminum foil, folding the ends of the aluminum foil over the edge of the cone to prevent the scorching of the paper. Repeat with 5 additional pieces of paper, making a total of 6 cones, covering all with foil.
Spray liberally with non-stick spray. After dough has risen, punch down and cut each dough ball into three equal pieces you will have 6 pieces of dough all together after cutting both balls of dough. Working with one piece at a time on a very lightly floured surface, roll dough into a long, even, dough rope.
Lightly press the dough rope so it is slightly flattened. Beginning at the pointed end of the foil cone, wrap up the cone, making sure that the dough touches or very lightly overlaps over each coil.
Tuck the end in on itself after coiling up the cone. Pinch the pointy end of the roll to seal shut. If desired, press and smooth the dough so that is thin and even up the cone. Stand the cones, point side up, on two foil lined baking sheets. Not so much the dip itself, but the little pita chip things that came with it.
I actually have no idea what these were made out of. Maybe it was bread. Maybe it was potato. Either way, they were deep fried and wonderfully fluffy.
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