A Delicious Home-Made Donuts recipe
They are awesome and so tasty and delicious.
- 2 eggs
- ¼ tsp bicarb
- 4 cups flour
- 1 cup sugar
- ¼ tsp salt
- 4 tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp crushed nutmeg
- 1 cup sour milk
- ¼ cup melted butter
- 2 cups desiccated coconut
- 1½ cup sugar
- ½ cup water
- 1 tsp rose water
- 1 cinnamon stick
Boil together until the sugar has dissolved and syrup is a bit thick
Remove from stove
Beat eggs in a large bowl, till its frothy
Add, sour milk, butter, and sugar
Sift in flour and baking powder
Add salt, bicarbonate of soda, and nutmeg
Make into a nice soft dough
Break into 3 pieces
Roll out into 1cm thickness
Fry in hot oil on medium heat
Until its a nice golden-brown colour
Remove from oil, set aside
Then dip in the cold syrup
Roll in coconut
The earliest origins to the modern doughnuts are generally traced back to the olykoek ("oil(y) cake") Dutch settlers brought with them to early New York (or New Amsterdam). These doughnuts closely resembled later ones but did not yet have their current ring shape.
Prepared, tried, and tested Jennifer Govender Bisnath
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Amount Per Serving Calories 349Total Fat 8gSaturated Fat 5gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 2gCholesterol 34mgSodium 245mgCarbohydrates 66gFiber 2gSugar 38gProtein 5g
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Have you ever wondered, Why Are Doughnuts Called Doughnuts?
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