Sugar Coated Donuts

Sugar Coated Donuts are the simpliest way to heaven. I mean, you just want a sweet freshly made donuts. Well, this is the answer for that tummy cravings!

All you need is a simple Sweet Dough Recipe and granulated white sugar. There you go, that’s all you need and you’ll be in heaven in no time!

Don’t forget to bring a freshly brewed coffee before you take-off.

Sugar Coated Donuts Photo by Nino Almendra
Sugar Coated Donuts
Photo by Nino Almendra

Now on with the frying…

Sugar Coated Donuts

Prep. time: 2 hours

Frying time: 2 minutes

Deep Fryer Temp. : 180’C

Difficulty: Easy

Makes; 20 pcs. Donuts & 2o pcs. Donutholes

Good for 12 crew

You will need;

500 grms. all purpose flour/plain flour

1 Tbsp. instant yeast

1/4 Tbsp. (3/4 tsp.) fine salt

6 Tbsp. sugar white granulated

1/4 cup unsalted butter, softened {kept at room temperature for an hour or softened inside the microwave for few seconds.}

2 pcs. med. size (50grms/each) fresh eggs

3/4 cup water, room temperature{a little more or less}

*For frying:

Deep Fryer w/ built in thermostat.{or a deep pan w/ candy thermometer}

a lot of clean/clear vegetable oil{amount will defend on the size of your deep pan}

*For the coating:

2 cups granulated white sugar

 

Direction;

Place flour, yeast, salt and sugar in the dough mixer, run on slow speed for a minute to blend ingredients. Add the softened butter, eggs and water. Increase speed to medium-high and knead the mixture for 10-12 minutes or until smooth and elastic. A good mixture will have blisters on the dough surface.

Either brush the bowl or rub the dough surface with vegetable oil and place it  back into the bowl, cover with plastic film wrap or a damp cloth and let it rise for 1-2 hours or until double in bulk. Punch down dough.
[Here’s how I do it] *Sweet Dough Recipe on the link is double in amount.

Prepare large tray and cover it with flour. Place sweet dough on a floured working table, use rolling pin to flatten dough. Roll dough to 1/2 inch thickness {or slightly thicker than a pencil/pen}. Use donut cutter to cut-out dough. Do not discard leftover/scrap dough from cut-out donuts, combine and repeat procedure to cut more donuts from it. Transfer donuts to the floured tray and let the donuts proof at warm area {32-38’C}. Let the donuts rise for 30-60minutes.

Preheat oil on deep fryer to 180’C and test fry a donutholes, it should be golden brown on one side in less than a minute. Turnover to cook other side. Fry the remaining donuts in batches, use bamboo skewer/chop stick to handle donuts while frying. Donutholes cooks faster than donuts, fry them separately. Drain excess oil on kitchen paper towels.

Place the sugar for coating in a bowl or container with lid. Put the donuts inside the sugar bowl/container. Cover and shake until donuts are evenly coated with sugar.

Serve and enjoy it with your favourite blend of coffee !!!

Here’s how I do it;

*FOR THE PHOTO PROCEDURE OF SWEET DOUGH, CLICK HERE!

Sweet Dough Photo by Nino Almendra
Sweet Dough
Photo by Nino Almendra

 

 

Prepare large tray and cover it with flour.
Prepare large tray and cover it with flour.
Place sweet dough on a floured working table.
Place sweet dough on a floured working table.
Use rolling pin to flatten dough.
Use rolling pin to flatten dough.
Roll dough to 1/2 inch thickness {or slightly thicker than a pencil/pen}.
Roll dough to 1/2 inch thickness {or slightly thicker than a pencil/pen}.
Use donut cutter to cut-out dough.
Use donut cutter to cut-out dough.

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Do not discard leftover/scrap dough from cut-out donuts, combine and repeat procedure to cut more donuts from it.
Do not discard leftover/scrap dough from cut-out donuts, combine and repeat procedure to cut more donuts from it.
Transfer donuts to the floured tray and let the donuts proof at warm area {32-38'C}.
Transfer donuts to the floured tray and let the donuts proof at warm area {32-38’C}.

Let the donuts rise for 30-60minutes.

 

After an hour...
After an hour…

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Preheat oil on deep fryer to 180’C and test fry a donutholes.

It should be golden brown on one side in less than a minute.
It should be golden brown on one side in less than a minute.
Turnover to cook other side.
Turnover to cook other side.
Fry the remaining donuts in batches.
Fry the remaining donuts in batches.

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Use bamboo skewer/chop stick to handle donuts while frying.
Use bamboo skewer/chop stick to handle donuts while frying.
Donutholes cooks faster than donuts, fry them separately.
Donutholes cooks faster than donuts, fry them separately.

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Drain excess oil on kitchen paper towels.
Drain excess oil on kitchen paper towels.

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NOW, HERE IS THE FUN PART!!! 

Arrange donuts/donutholes on tray.
Arrange donuts/donutholes on tray.
Place the sugar for coating in a bowl or container with lid.  Put the donuts inside the sugar bowl/container.
Place the sugar for coating in a bowl or container with lid.
Put the donuts inside the sugar bowl/container.
Cover and shake until donuts are evenly coated with sugar.
Cover and shake until donuts are evenly coated with sugar.
Now, take a bite! =)
Now, take a bite! =)
Do the same with the donut holes.
Do the same with the donut holes.
Sugar Coated Donut Holes Photo by Nino Almendra
Sugar Coated Donut Holes
Photo by Nino Almendra
Enjoy the fruit of your passion!!!
Enjoy the fruit of your passion!!!

Thanks alot for spending your precious time on my blog and hope this recipe

encourage you to try making some freshly made Sugar Coated Donuts.


It’s Friday ! =)

If you’ve been on my blog on several occasions, You might find me giving some jokes to lighten up your day.

Just in case your week haven’t been going so well or maybe your boss is giving you hard time at work.

Well, I myself just had a very bad days this past week. I was really upset with the decision of my kids school principal.

So, here’s the JOKE of the Week!

A fifteen year old Amish boy and his father were in a mall.

They were amazed by almost everything they saw, but especially by two shiny, silver walls that could move apart and then slide back together again.

The boy asked, “What is this Father?” The Father (never having seen an elevator) responded, “Son, I have never seen anything like this in my life, I don’t know what it is.”

While the boy and his father were watching with amazement, an old lady in a wheel-chair moved up to the moving walls and pressed a button. The walls opened, and the lady rolled between them into a small room. The walls closed, and the boy and his father watched the small numbers above the walls light up sequentially.

They continued to watch until it reached the last number, and then the numbers began to light in the reverse order. Finally the walls opened up again and a gorgeous 24-year-old blonde stepped out.

The father, not taking his eyes off the young woman, said quietly to his son… “Go and bring your mother here…” 🙂


 

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FIESTA FRIDAY #39 IS A BIRTHDAY PARTY EDITION.

ANGIE of  http://thenovicegardener.wordpress.com/ 

IS CELEBRATING HER BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK.

PLEASE COME AND VISIT HER BLOG AND JOIN US FOR A WEEK LONG PARTY.

IT IS ALSO CO-HOSTED BY; Suzanne @apuginthekitchen and Sue @Birgerbird


REALLY A LOT OF SPECIAL PERSON IN MY LIFE IS

CELEBRATING THEIR BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK!!!

ONE OF THOSE IS THE MOST SPECIAL ONE IN MY HEART,

HAPPY, HAPPY BIRTHDAY MAHAL THET!!! I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!!!

Niño


 

 

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16 comments

  1. I bet these are so much healthier than the donuts that are store bought. Yummy too I’m sure. For some reason when you have posts about pastries like this, I can’t help but yearn for Churros, Nino! It’s like you get my longing for the foods of my childhood. 🙂

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