|Clark Howard's Consumer Survival Kit|
|by Mark Meltzer|
Consumer advocate Clark Howard is back with this thoroughly revised and updated edition of his wildly popular Consumer Survival Kit.
Results 91 - 100 of 304 for donuts without eggs
Beat eggs; add sugar ... big hit with family and friends. I average about 33 donuts. (I use regular milk and add a tablespoon of vinegar to a cup of milk.)
Dissolve yeast in ... well. Beat in egg and add oil. ... use your fingers. Donuts will be about ... paper towels and then dip into sugar filled bag to coat.
Soak yeast in ... until smooth. Break eggs into batter and ... thick, cut with donut cutter. Place on ... fat at 325-350 degrees for 1 minute on each side.
Mix well and add 2 cakes of yeast Knead, let rise twice. Roll and cut. Let stand until twice the bulk uncovered. Fry. Mix and spread on donuts.
Stir flour, sugar, ... and buttermilk and eggs. Use electric ... 380 degrees. Put small teaspoonfull in oil. Might have to roll them over. Roll in sugar.
Scald milk, add ... mixture, add oil, egg, dissolved yeast, ... Fry a few donuts at a time ... sugar, and shake well until thoroughly coated. Serve hot!
Beat eggs well until fluffy, ... overnight. Roll out about 1/2 inch thick, fry until light brown. Coat with either cinnamon and sugar, powdered sugar, or frost.
Mix. 2 tsp. ... tbsp. ground orange rind Mix eggs, sugar, and butter. Add rest of ingredients. Drop by teaspoonfuls into hot fat. Turn with slotted spoon.
Mix first 3 ingredients in large bowl. Mix next 7 ingredients, combine with apples, then add moist ingredients. Spray muffin tin with Pam. Put small ...
Mix together melted butter, sugar, egg and sour milk. ... Mix. Add more and mix until completely mixed. Roll out and cut with donut cutter. Fry in deep fat.
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