Friday, 10 May 2013


This recipe is taken from Alex Goh's cookbook "The World of Bread". When I finally made these, I felt really contented.  They taste great!

They are not the regular large donuts because I don't own any donut cutter.

Ingredients are as follows:

A. 300g Bread Flour, 200 g Plain Flour, 10g salt, 60g sugar, 20g milk powder, 1/2 tbsp baking powder, 3 1/2 tsps instant yeast.

B. 2 Egg yolks, 280 ml cold water

C. 50g shortening

1. Mix A till well blended. Then add B and knead to form a dough.

2. Add C, knead to form a smooth dough.
3.  Cover this dough with a wet cloth and leave it to prove for 45 mins or till it doubles in size.
4.  Mould it into a ball and rest for 15 minutes.
5. Roll it out into a thin sheet about 10 mm thick, then cut it with a donut cutter.
for this step, I floured my table a little before I used my floured rolling pin. 
To form the donut shapes, I used my biscuit cutter and the back end of a frosting tip.


Lift up the donuts and put on a floured tray.  The center pc can be used also.
When all the dough has been cut up, please cover with a wet cloth or put in a cupboard and leave to prove for 35 minutes.
This is a picture of my donuts after proving, I also cut squares and made 2 twisted donuts.

Fry them in small batches.  When brown on one side, flip and cook the other side.  2-3 mins on each side.

When still hot, dip the donuts into the caster sugar, or make cinnamon sugar (1/2 cup of sugar and 1 tsp cinnamon powder)


Yummy donuts!



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