|Brewing Yeast and Fermentation|
|by David Quain|
Now Available for the First Time in Paperback!This unique volume provides a definitive overview of modern and traditional brewing fermentation.
1 - 10 of 207 for doughnuts- no yeast
Scald 1 cup ... pkg. active dry yeast in 1/4 cup ... cut using a doughnut cutter or two ... glazed can be drizzled over doughnut tops instead of dipping.
Pour yeast into the lukewarm ... powdered sugar to make a real soft or runny icing. Dip donuts in while hot and it will form a glaze, drain on a cake rack.
Scald milk. Pour ... and salt. Soak yeast in warm water. ... dough out 1/2 inch thick. Cut. Let rise again. Fry in hot grease. Sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Dissolve yeast in warm water. ... thick. Cut with doughnut cutter; let rise ... brown. Drain on paper towels and dip in glaze. Mix together and dip doughnuts.
Dissolve yeast in warm water. ... out, cut, let rise 20 minutes. Cook in deep fat 400 degrees until brown. Turn, remove and dip in glaze while still hot.
Add yeast to warm water; ... in warm place until double in bulk. Drop by teaspoon in deep fat until golden brown. Drain. Coat with confectioners' sugar.
Pour over sugar ... Cool. 2 packages yeast - either compressed ... Cut with large doughnut cutter. Place on ... make a creamy mixture. 1 teaspoon vanilla.
Heat milk with ... Let cool. Put yeast in 1/2 cup ... glass. Fry in Crisco until light brown on both sides. When cool dust with powdered sugar. Makes 6 dozen.
Note: This same ... used to make doughnuts, sweet rolls, ... 2 hours. Let yeast dissolve in water. ... but the recipe may be easily halved. Makes 4 dozen.
In large bowl, ... let cool. Add yeast, eggs and ... Fry in hot oil. When all are fried, dip in powdered sugar mixed with hot water, this makes a glaze.
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