|I Can Be a Chef (I Can Be Books)|
|by Ann Tomchek|
Explores the world of those who cook for a living, examining where they work and what they do in preparing meals for others.
Results 1 - 8 of 8 for donut from canned biscuits
Heat oil. Quarter each biscuit and drop into oil, fry until golden brown; mix sugar and cinnamon in bag; drop fried pieces in and shake.
Using a deep ... Using a top from a 2 liter ... work). Take 1 biscuit and in the ... a little, you can use a cinnamon, ... to cover the donut, or regular ... and make an icing.
With small lid ... out center of biscuits. Drop in ... other side. Remove from oil and roll ... cinnamon. Then cook the doughnut holes from center in same way.
Press biscuit dough flat and ... brown bag. Put donuts 3-4 at a ... hot with coffee or chocolate milk for the children. It's a good Saturday morning treat.
Preheat oil in ... degrees F. Cut biscuits in half. Drop ... until lightly browned (turn to brown both sides). Remove from oil and drain on paper towels.
Heat cooking oil, enough to ... or cut the biscuits into donut shapes. Drop them into hot oil and cook until golden brown. Dip donuts in a glaze made of:
Heat canola oil ... hot (bubbly). Open canned biscuits and break each ... until covered. You can fix as many ... old coffee can and reuse it several times.
Put 1/2 inch cooking oil into skillet. Heat oil. Add biscuits, cook until brown. Take out biscuits, put on special toppings.
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