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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Mini doughnut





Ingredients:
Basic Sweet Recipe

75 gm. Plain flour
50 gm. sugar
2 tsp. Baking Powder
1/4 tsp. salt
75 ml. fresh milk
1 large egg
30 gm. or 2 tbsp. melted butter or vegetable oil
100 gm. caster sugar for coating

Method:
Preheat doughnut maker for 5 mins.

(1) Mix all the dry ingredients in a mixing bowl.
(2) Add the milk, egg and oil and stir till well mixed and smooth.
(3) Fill each hole with 10 ml. (1 dsp.) of batter.
(4) Close the lid and lock the latch.
(5) Bake for 2 mins.
(6) Remove cooked doughnuts and toss quickly in the caster sugar.
(7) Serve.
(4)

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello yochana, for the mini doughnut ,I saw on the back ground, doughnut machine/equipment?, so this is not a fried dougnut?, is it taste the same like fried dougnut, where I can order the machine?, could you please give me the recipes for the mini doughnut. Thank you so much for your help.

Sally said...

wow... this doughnut looks so airy....

what is the texture like?

didally said...

Hi Aunty Yochana,

I saw the doughnut tray at takashimaya. Do you bake these in the oven? Any recipes that I can follow? =)

Cranberry said...

wow Lucy, very lovely shaped doughnuts u ve made! so nice...

yochana said...

Hi didally,

I also got the small doughnut tray but this is not a tray. It's like a waffle maker...no need to bake in the oven.

rgds

yochana said...

Hi sally,

This doughnut is using baking powder and surprisingly, it's soft till the next day. I will try the instant yeast version soon.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi,
where did you purchase the maker?
thanks in advance.

yochana said...

Hi,

I bought this doughnut maker in Chiangmai,Thailand for 1,500 baht which is about S$60.

rgds

PutuPiring said...

Thanks Lucy,
I have the trays 3 sizes but they didnt come with any recipes so they have been in storage.. now I can use them !!! :)
Your doughnuts look very good!!!

yochana said...

Have fun with the doughnuts putupiring...

rgds

Anonymous said...

Lucy, do you think the recipe will work with the normal oven?

Thanks.

Alannia

yochana said...

I've never tried using the oven Alannia..perhaps you can try and let us know. I think it should work.'

rgds

Zurynee said...

I made this using normal oven and my doughnut tray. I would say it doesn't taste like regular doughnut - more like a cake to me but my kids and me like it. Something I will make often as it is easy. FYI, I turned the doughnut halfway through baking to get an even browning. Thanks for sharing Lucy :)

yochana said...

You're smart girl Zu....can add in some cheddar cheese if you like or some raisins too. then can also glaze with melted chocolate.

rgds.

reena said...

Aunty Lucy,
Do you think I can use my waffle maker using this recipe?

yochana said...

Hi reena,

Yes definitely can....the mini doughnut maker has the same concept as the waffle maker. Happy baking.

rgds

reena said...

Aunty Lucy, I did this yesterday using my waffle maker. I like the texture, will definitely make this again.

yochana said...

I'm glad you like it Reena. thumbs up!!

rgds

nikki said...

can i replace the eggs with something else?

Ann said...

Hi, thanks for all the wonderful recipes u gave us. I have made the doughnut using the doughnut maker, similar to yours but it turned out 1 side is darker than the other side. Do you know why? I followed exactly like your recipe given. The maker will automatically off after 2 mins (when it's done). Thks.

yochana said...

Hi Ann,

are u using the same brand as mine?

rgds

Marianne said...

I am using "Cuisintec" brand

Anonymous said...

Hi yochana, enjoy browsing your blog. your doughnut looks very light. do you know where to get the maker besides from Thailand like yours? tq

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty, can you give the recipe for the instant yeast one? I followed this recipe and it tasted really good except that it does not rise as well as yours. How do i make it rise higher?

Nadiana

Anonymous said...

Hi Yochana,

I'm from the Netherlands and i've tried your mini dougnut recipe. They were so soft and yummy, i added more suger to the batter, because i didn't coat them with sugar. Thanks for the recipe!

Jessica said...

looks so yummy and simple to make. Most importantly, it is oil free