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Beignet is French for doughnut or fritter, and New Orleans is famous for
making them. Normally Beignets are made something like a doughnut, with
a sweet mixture, fried, then sprinkled with powdered sugar.
These beignets are made are made with a spicy mixture and crawfish tails, fried, and sprinkled with Cajun seasonings. We like to use Tony Chachere's Cajun seasoning mix. Serve with remoulade sauce.
Recipe Source: Old Coot from our message board.