Thursday, May 17, 2007

Recipe for Donuts "Dunkin-style" (pareve)

I make these in the bread machine on the dough cycle, roll them out to about 3/4 inch thick, cut into donut shapes, let rise and fry in 350 degree F oil (in a wok) until golden brown. They should be drained on something absorbent, such as paper towels. We like them sprinkled with confection sugar.


7.25 fl. oz. soymilk (or water)
1 egg
2.5 T. margarine (= 1.25 oz. by weight)
1 t. salt
1/3 c. sugar (= approx. 2.25 oz. by weight)
2 3/4 c. all-purpose flour (= approx. 13.5 oz. by weight)
1 1/2 well-rounded t. yeast

(A few years ago I bought a donut cutter - it looks like an upside-down mini bundt pan - that cuts "O" shaped donuts quickly. Before that, we lived very contentedly with an upturned drinking glass and finger-poked-out holes.)


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Chavi Beck said...

Did you make that Al Hanisim tray??

Juggling Frogs said...


Yes, and thank you!

The tray was just a plain porcelain tray from q clearance table, costing about $5. I wrote al hanisim on it with a paint marker, and let it dry for a couple of days before using it. I've only ever hand washed the tray, and it has lasted over ten years.

All the best,

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