This is a traditional dessert in Peru. The main ingredients are fried dough and manjargblanco filling. Guargiieros originate in the souther regions of Peru.
- Servings- 8
- Preparation Time- 1 hour
- 8 egg yolks
- ¼ cup of pisco (use whatever pisco you enjoy)
- 2 cups of evaporated milk
- 2 cups of condensed milk
- Powdered Sugar
- Vegetable oil
- 1 cup of flour
- Knead the flour with the pisco and the 8 egg yoks. Continue to roll the dough until it turns in a thin sheet that you can cut into squares.
- Cut squares with the dough you rolled. Cut 8 equal squares.
- Roll up each square and sell the edges using water then cook the rolled dough in a pan using hot oil. Once they are fried and finished cooking carefully drain them of any excess oil and place them aside to cool down.
- In a pot put the evaporated milk along with the condensed milk. Bring the contents to a simmer while continually stirring the mix. Continue to do this until the mixture begins to thicken. Then remove from the pot from the heat and let it cool down.
- Fill the fried rolled up tubes/Guargueros with manjarblanco and then sprinkle powdered sugar on top (I personally like lots of powdered sugar!)