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Malasada: A malasada is a Portuguese confection, made of egg-sized balls of yeast dough that are deep-fried in oil and coated with granulated sugar. They were first made by inhabitants of the Madeira islands. Traditional malasadas contain neither holes nor fillings, but some varieties of malasadas are filled with flavored cream or other fillings. Malasadas are eaten especially on Mardi Gras - the day before Ash Wednesday.

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Google previewLexicon of Real American Food (2011)

by Jane Stern, Michael Stern

malasada (sometimes spelled malassada) is an anytime snack or a breakfast pastry. It is made either as a sphere, like a holeless donut, or stretched out flat like a pancake, cooked in hot oil until golden brown, then dusted with powdered sugar ...

Google previewAsian Americans: An Encyclopedia of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political History [3 volumes] (2013)

An Encyclopedia of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political History by Xiaojian Zhao, Edward J.W. Park Ph.D.

Local cuisine also added new dishes: chicken adobo, chicken long rice, malasada (sugar coated fried bread), teriyaki chicken and beef, manapua (pork buns), plate lunch, and bento boxes. Other dishes adapted, like k alua pig with the ...

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Scrabble value of M3A1L1A1S1A1D2A1

The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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