Tuesday, February 19, 2008



400 gm. Bread Flour
100 gm. Hong Kong flour
10 gm. Instant Yeast
70 gm. Sugar
1 tsp. salt
30 gm. Milk Powder
10 gm. Baking powder
60 gm. eggs
250 gm. water
60 gm. Butter / Margarine


Some Melted Chocolate
Coloured Chocolate Rice
Almond nibs


(1) Place all the ingrdeints into bread machine or mixing bowl except butter and beat till dough is combined for about 10 mins.
(2) Add in Butter and continue kneading for another 5 mins. till it's smooth and elastic.
(3) Rest and proof the dough cor about 40 min.s or until double in size.
(4) Roll out the dough onto a floured table and cut out doughnut shape with a doughnut cutter.
(5) Rest doughnuts for another 40 mins.
(6) Deep fry doughnuts until golden brown.
(7) Double boil some chocolate in a bowl and then dip the doughnuts into the chocolate and sprinkle some coloured chocolate rice or almond nibs on top.

Note: Do not fry the doughnuts in too hot oil, otherwise the inner part will not be cooked and if the temperature of the oil is too low, the dough will be very oily.


Anonymous said...

this looks so soft aunty, could you pls share the recipe?thanks a million!

AK said...

Are they baked ? i've tried baked ones but not as good...

yochana said...

Hi Yoo-Lee,

O.K. I will post. Give me a couple of days.

Hi AK,
These are fried and I prefer the fried ones to the baked ones. More delicious.


sue said...

hiya aunty..is this any different fm yr ealier post on Homemade Franchise-Style Doughnuts which looks real yummy. Which do u prefer? Do u mind sharing that recipe as well.
Thank you

yochana said...


both are different. This is more light and airy while the other is more US style. Both has it's own
delish taste.


Anonymous said...

aunty, thx for the recipe! I'll try this tomorrow! ^ ^
my cooking list today is martabak manis, have you ever heard about it aunty?heehee

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty Yochana

Thank you so much for sharing yr recipe.

May I know how many eggs is = to 60 gms? Pls advise.

Josephine Seow

Zulfadli said...

Hi aunty, thank you for sharing this wonderful recipes. I will try it soon. Once again thank you.

yochana said...

Hi Josephine,

60 gm is about 1 grade B egg.


yochana said...

HI yoo lee

what is matabak manis? Curious..

I only know Murtabak in the roti prata shop which is savoury and not manis.


Anonymous said...

how to describe martabak manis ya...:0 it's filling are sweet:sugar, carnation milk,meises,cheese ;p i'll send the pics in your email lah aunty,hehehe

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty Yochana,

Can i noe if i need to cover with cloth when proofing the dough?

Thks n rgds,

Andrea said...

Hi Aunty Yochana

I tried this doughnut recipe and it turned out to be so soft and fluffy, it's like biting into air. And it remained soft the next morning. I have tried doughnuts from Alex Goh's bread book, this recipe is much softer than Alex Goh's doughnuts. Thanks so much for your recipe.


yochana said...

Hi Andrea,

You're most welcome.


Sweety said...

Hi Yochana,

Thanks for your recipe. MY family has a chance to enjoy the home made Doughnuts. It is wonderful.

Thank-you for sharing


Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty,

I made the donut yesterday. It was soft and nice. But when I ate today, it was a bit hard and not that soft as compare to just fried. Why is that so?