The recipe for wind fritters is very common in this moment of the year, even though its simplicity and taste make it perfect for any season. Its name comes from the capacity to multiply the pastry, once fried, almost to the double. That is why we call it “wind” (as it is swollen). Its origins go back to the X century, when the Jews made this recipe to celebrate Hanukkah. Due to its proximity to the celebration of All Saints Day, Christians adapted the recipe for their holyday, and that’s how wind fritters appeared. In the bakeries we can find a great variety of them, especially those filled with cream or chocolate. An exquisite delicacy that you can eat whether cold or warm and you will love from the moment you try. Shall we start?