|Glazed America: A History of the Doughnut|
|by PAUL R. MULLINS|
In Mullins's skillful hands, this simple pastry provides surprisingly compelling insights into our eating habits, our identity, and modern consume...
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Combine first 5 ingredients to make a batter. Remove crusts from bread and slice each into fourths. Dip bread into the batter and fry in hot oil (in ...
Mix well. Take 5 or 6 slices fresh bread, cut off crust and cut in quarters. Dip in batter so bread is covered. Fry in deep pan, 375 degrees, until ...
ALTERNATE GLAZE: Mix ... degrees. Mix all doughnut ingredients together until ... chopped nuts, chocolate or multi-colored sprinkles or toasted coconut.
Heat oil to 375 degrees (I use electric fry pan). Stir batter ingredients together. Dip bread squares into batter. Fry in oil until brown on both ...
Heat oil to ... 1/4 cup sugar and 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon. Put doughnut balls in deep fryer until browned. Drain. Cool. Then shake in bag with sugar mixture.
Mix all ingredients ... cut with floured doughnut cutter. Heat oil ... fat fryer. Drop doughnuts and holes into ... in the bag of sugar and ate the holes.
Fill heavy skillet ... Cut with floured doughnut cutter. Drop into ... paper. Shake one at a time in a small paper bag containing sugar and dash of cinnamon.
Heat fat or oil to 375 degrees in deep fat fryer or kettle. Stir together baking mix, milk, eggs and lemon juice until smooth. Dip bread pieces into ...
Mix ingredients until well blended. Drop scant teaspoonfuls of dough into hot fat. When browned, roll in sugar.
1. Mix sugar and cinnamon in plastic bag or bowl. 2. Stir baking mix and water to a soft dough. 3. Drop dough by teaspoonfuls into hot oil. 4. Fry ...
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