Doughnut Recipe

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Wow! It’s been 9 months since I have written a baking post! I honestly didn’t think it was that long. Well today i’ve got a doughnut recipe for you guys, as I thought it would be different from the standard cake, and it’s very easy. So let’s get to it!

You will need:

210g Flour 150g Sugar 1/4 Teaspoon of Salt 1 Large Egg 1 1/2 Teaspoons Baking Powder
1 Tablespoon Oil 62g Powdered Milk / 112ml Milk 1/2 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract Oil (For Deep Frying) 1 Tablespoon Icing Sugar

*  You can also add toppings and flavourings of your choice.*

Method:

  1. Beat the egg, sugar, milk, oil and vanilla extract into a bowl. You may need the help of an electric whisk.

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2. In another bowl, sift the flour and baking powder, then add the salt.

IMG_10423. Slowly combine the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients, and knead the mixture to form a dough. Adding warm water might make it easier for you to do this.

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4. Form balls from the dough, flatten it a bit , and make a whole in the middle with your finger. I personally found that the holes get smaller when fried, so make the hole a bit larger.

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5. Fry the doughnuts – about 2 at a time. Make sure the heats not too hot, the doughnuts will just burn. They take about 2 minutes to cook each.

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6. Then decorate to your liking! I used vanilla and cinnamon flavoured sugar with an icing sugar /water mix.

And there we have it, a set of delicious doughnuts. As you can probably tell, a couple are slightly too brown, so I do highly recommend keeping the heat low – medium when it’s time to fry. Hope you enjoy these though! 

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