Jan 28, 2011

Get Your Daily Dose of Homemade Doughnuts

You know it's delicious... A fresh, still warm Doughnut. You can have it at home, and it's a piece of cake. Forget all the long preparations, it's like instant fun. Lifehacker found an article from Serious Eats.

But beware, this is not vegan! For all of us, who don't want a bad taste of screwing animals, you still need to make you own dough. To replace the egg, you can use 1 tablespoon soy flour and 2 tablespoons water. That will do it.

I'm getting hungry again... oh my weight...

Make Easy Homemade Doughnuts with Canned Biscuit Dough [Recipes]: "
Make Easy Homemade Doughnuts with Canned Biscuit DoughYou might know them as 'Campfire Doughnuts,' and the purist inside you doesn't have to consider them official. But the part of you that wants the freshest possible doughnut-ish treat can quickly fry up a batch using cardboard-canned biscuit dough.
Make Easy Homemade Doughnuts with Canned Biscuit Dough 
The most basic preparation is simply poking a hole in biscuit dough, such as Pilsbury's Grands, and frying them in a pan with just enough oil to make a difference. Done right, the results, as pictured, look hard to argue with. Serious Eats, which shares this nice bit of wisdom with the web, provides recipes for a few glazes you can make for your homemade doughnuts, ranging from classic to culinary.


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