I wasn’t sure what to do with the doughnuts I fried.Ã‚Â So, I pounded one cinnamon stick till it turn into fine powder and mixed with caster sugar.
For the other variety, I melted one tablespoon of butter with icing sugar and a bit of water and flavoured it with vanilla.Ã‚Â It smells really good.
Once the doughnut is out of the hot oil, drain the oil on a piece of kitchen towel.Ã‚Â Then, dip them into whatever coating you prefer.
Here are just my suggested idea.Ã‚Â As I said, this is the first time I make doughnuts, so all the recipes are just trial basis.Ã‚Â But I can tell you that my doughnuts are the most scrumptious evarrrrr…..It is soft even after one day.Ã‚Â And the best to eat is while it is still warm.Ã‚Â Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.
The best thing about the doughnut is there is ABSOLUTELY NO SOURISH smell like those cheap doughnuts.Ã‚Â And the butter still smells great.Ã‚Â My hubby complimented that I can open my own doughnut stall.Ã‚Â Better than Dunkin’ Donuts, maybe almost as good as Krispy Kreme (which I haven’t tasted before).
SUGGESTED SUGAR COATING:
Cinnamon sugar – Mix a bit of cinnamon powder with caster sugar
Icing sugar coating
Chocolate coating – Melt cooking chocolate with some butter
Honey coating – Heat honey over slow fire until just bubbling.Ã‚Â Dip in doughtnuts and leave to cool
Vanilla butter sugar coating – Melt 1 tablespoon of butter with 1 tablespoon of water and 4 tablespoon of icing sugar.Ã‚Â Add a few drops of vanilla essence. I use the microwave at 30 seconds on high.Ã‚Â The consistency should be slightly thick.Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Dip in doughnut.
Garlic butter – Spread garlic butter (meant for making garlic bread) when the doughnut is still hot.Ã‚Â