|Raising Dough: Feed the Kids|
|by Kidwell Realtors-Linda|
This cookbook is dedicated to all children who have gone to bed hungry. This is our way of saying you have not been forgotten.
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Add water to ... to make soft dough. Cover and ... pizza cutter or donut cutter. Let raise ... until light brown. Frost long johns. Dip donuts in sugar.
Pat out bread dough and use donut cutter. Deep fry ... golden brown. Remove from fryer and let cool and then dunk in powdered sugar or sugar or eat plain.
Dissolve yeast in ... floured surface. Place dough in greased bowl ... 15-20 minutes. Dough may be refrigerated up to 6 days, using only what is needed.
Place Crisco, sugar ... as remains until dough is no longer ... ready to make donuts, heat 3-4 ... Sift confectioners' sugar over donuts while still warm.
Cream together beaten ... Makes 4 dozen donuts. Use 3 ... Donuts are cooked when fork inserted comes out clean. (You can turn off grease toward the end.)
Mix ingredients together and drop by spoonfuls into hot grease. Doughnuts turn over by themselves. Roll in sugar when slightly cooled.
Punch hole in middle of each biscuit and fry in 1 inch hot oil for about one minute or until light brown on both sides, fry holes too. When cool ...
Prepare 2 cups ... are pressed into dough. Punch down ... doughnut shapes or long sticks or bars. Let rise again until light and fry in deep fat until browned.
Thaw bread dough. Heat enough oil to fry donuts. Form small ... of finger. Fry in oil. Drain on paper towel and roll in sugar. Your kids will love them.
Beat the eggs with the sugar, add to rest of ingredients and mix. Add flour to make dough consistency. Makes 90 to 100 donuts.
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