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Here's a recipe for homemade donuts
Ingredients 2 teaspoons yeast 40ml room temperature water 3/4 cup (176ml) milk, scalded, then cooled (read note!) 1/4 cup (169g) sugar 1/2 teaspoons salt 1 egg 3 tablespoons shortening 2 1/2 cups (313g) all-purpose flour canola oil for frying Milk has an enzyme that inhibits gluten formation by latching onto the ends of gliadin strands. Method - Proof your yeast by adding it to the warm water. Mix it up and let it rest. - Combine yeast, milk, sugar, salt, eggs, shortening, and flour. - Beat on low for 30 seconds, scraping bowl constantly. - Beat on medium speed for 2 minutes, scraping bowl occasionally. - Carefully stir in remaining flour until smooth. Cover and let rise until double, 30-60 minutes, depending on the yeast you used. If you don't have a room that allows for 70°, put the oven on for two minutes and then turn it off. This should be close. - After the dough has risen, roll it out on a floured surface to 1/2" thick. Using anything sharp and round, cut out as many circles of dough as you can. You can flatten the scraps and cut them too. I used the lid for a martini shaker. - Cover and let rise for another 30 - 40 minutes. Now make the glaze!
Ingredients 2 tablespoons butter 1 cups powdered sugar 3/4 teaspoons vanilla 3 tablespoons evaporated milk Method - Melt the butter and stir in the powdered sugar and vanilla until smooth. Add evaporated milk and mix. Taste until your stomach hurts. - Bring oil up to 350° -- should be around 3 on your stove-top. Use a thermometer to ensure you get the temperature right. Carefully place the donuts in the oil, cooking each side for around 15-20 seconds. Using tongs, place donuts on a rack or paper towels to drain. - Once slightly cooled, twist the top in the glaze and leave to cool down further. - Test two or three with a tall glass of milk. By having smaller donut holes you won't be busted for eating a half dozen in front of your friends.
- Heat oil to 350˚, and use scraps to test the timing - Using a spatula or flat whisk, lower the donuts into the oil. Try to keep them in order so you can pull them out in sequence. - Remove and cool on paper towel. Once completely cooled, dip into the glaze and return to the drying rack. If you like, dip both sides.