According to this website, The official dictionary spelling of the word is doughnut with donut generally being listed as a variant of the preferred original spelling. The word itself has two variations, but the food has so many different types; fillings, coatings, shapes and sizes, sometimes it’s hard to choose the best from the box. The donut is a wondrous piece of food, popular around the world – coined in catchphrases (Homer Simpson) and stereotypes (US police force.)
The recent heatwave inspired us to make this classic beach cafe food. Soft, chewy and sugary. Make yourself roughly 10-12 donuts with the recipe below.
Product used: Mr. Whipstir
- 480 grams Strong Flour
- 2 Eggs
- Sugar 4 tbsp
- 1 tbsp Yeast
- Salt 1 tsp
- 100 grams Butter
- 125ml milk
- Sunflower oil
- Add Flour into a large bowl then salt, sugar and yeast. Mix dry ingredients together with a whisk or spatula.
- Add eggs and blend together.
- Then add butter and knead with hands while finally adding the milk to combine all ingredient. Mix well with hands, use a soft spatula to really press the dough together.
- Cover a clean surface area with some flour. Knead the dough into the table with your hands, you shoulld start to feel it thicken.
- Cover your dough and raise it for 2 to 3 Hours
- Once the dough is ready, flour the surface again and lay it out flat using a rolling pin.
- Using two seperate food cutter (8cm and 4 cm) created the circular shapes for your ring donuts.
- Pour the sunflower oil into a deep pan or wok. Fry them for 2-3 minutes, turning once.
- Put some sugar in a bowl and cover each side of your donuts. Now you’re ready to eat them!