|Cooking in the French Fashion|
|by Stephanie Ovide|
France is renowned for its contributions to the worlds of cuisine and fashion, and this cookbook captures the essence of both! Featuring 38 biling...
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Mix all together, roll and cut with doughnut cutter. Deep fry until brown. Delicious plain, or coat with sugar and cinnamon.
In large bowl, ... thick. With floured doughnut cutter, cut out doughnuts (reroll and cut) ... oil to 370 degrees. Shake in nutmeg sugar while still warm.
Heat milk in ... Gently drop the doughnuts, top side ... temperature, always use a thermometer. Take one bite and you'll know they're worth the trouble.
Sift together flour, ... thick. Cut with floured doughnut cutter. Fry about 3 minutes in hot oil. Drain on absorbent paper. Yields 2 dozen 3 inch doughnuts.
Whip egg, mix ... out with a doughnut cutter. Heat least ... to 365 to 375 degrees. Fry on both sides until brown. Should make a couple dozen doughnuts.
Add enough flour to make dough rollable. Roll out and cut. Drop into hot grease until golden.
Mix shortening, sugar ... small amounts. Cut with doughnut cutter and fry in deep fat (oil). Roll in granulated or powdered sugar while hot, if desired.
Combine all ingredients ... roll out dough to about 1/2 inch thickness. Cut dough with doughnut cutter. Reroll and cut remaining dough until it is all used.
Add the sugar to the 2 egg yolks and beat thoroughly; mix in the 2 beaten whole eggs. Sift dry ingredients and add alternately with the milk to the ...
Sift together flour ... thick. Cut with doughnut cutter; fry in hot grease about 375 degrees. Drain on brown paper. Makes 24. Altered for high altitude.
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