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Sift the flour, add the dry yeast and mix well.

Melt the margarine in the milk and leave to cool. The milk must be warm when we put it over the flour. Add eggs and vanilla sugar and mix with a whisk. We put this composition over the flour and we start to knead until the dough comes off the bowl. Leave to rise in a warm place for an hour.

When the dough has doubled in volume, divide it into 4 pieces. From 2 pieces I made donuts in the oven and from the other 2 pieces I made donuts fried in oil.

We spread a piece of coca with a fork and with a glass, given through the flour, we make the donuts. Put the chocolate in place, then put a simple donut on top and glue the edges well with a fork.

We put the donuts in a tray in which we put baking paper, let them rise for another 10 minutes, then we put them in the oven for 15 minutes on a moderate heat, until they brown. While they are hot, grease the donuts with honey. We continue until the dough is exhausted.

We repeat the operation with the donuts fried in oil. Heat the oil and put the donuts one by one, let them grow and turn golden on both sides. Sprinkle them with powdered sugar while they are hot.

I also made some simple donuts that I had requested. However, the donuts fried in oil came out much fluffier and better than those made in the oven.

Enjoy your meal!




Donuts filled with chocolate and jam

A very simple donut recipe, which I filled one part chocolate and one part with jam. Of course they can be left simple, without filling.

Ingredient:

  • 200 ml of milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 4 tablespoons sugar
  • 570-600 g flour
  • 25 g of yeast
  • a drop of vanilla essence
  • + chocolate, jam
  • powdered sugar

How to prepare donuts with chocolate and jam.

Heat the milk, put it in a bowl and dissolve the yeast in it. Add the sugar and the 2 eggs and mix well. Add flour and essence, if desired, and knead a soft but non-sticky dough.

Leave the dough covered with a kitchen towel to rise for 50-60 minutes.

Sprinkle the flour on the worktop and spread thin sheets. We put a teaspoon of finetti or jam from place to place. Cover with another spread sheet and cut with a glass so that the umbilicus remains in the middle of the donut.


Homemade chocolate sticks


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Location: Athens, Greece
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Homemade chocolate sticks

Written by Salt & # 39n Pepper Dum Dec 13, 2009 7:24 pm

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Age: 44
Location: Athens, Greece
Mood: good, so good

Re: Homemade chocolate sticks

Written by Salt & # 39n Pepper Dum Dec 13, 2009 8:06 pm

250 gr milk powder
400 gr sugar (although, it seems a bit much)
100 ml water
80 gr butter
2 tablespoons cocoa

I halved the quantities and made two chocolates: one white and one dark (with cocoa).
1. I greased a cake form with butter and put thin cellophane foil in it, so that the chocolate comes off better after it cools down.

2. In a saucepan put: sugar, water, butter, cocoa. When everything becomes a curdled syrup, take it off the heat and put the powdered milk, stirring vigorously and pour quickly into the form (it hardens immediately!)

3. I made the second syrup, without cocoa, I added powdered milk and I put the composition over the first one, in shape.

4. I let it cool well, took it out of the pan and cut it into sticks.

My problems were:
- The second syrup, the one without cocoa, was not thick enough and this is how the white chocolate is softer.
- Powdered milk is actually. granulated. And there are still small balls. No matter how well you mix, you don't have time: it cools down immediately and doesn't pour into the pan afterwards.

But, all in all, it turned out very tasty. Next time I will color the chocolate with different colors, and in the black one I will put the small, small pieces of orange peel. Or different essences.

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Donuts filled with whipped cream and chocolate

VIDEO

Ingredients

  • 125 & # 32 g & # 32 faina
  • 80 & # 32 g & # 32 butter
  • 100 & # 32 ml & # 32 apa
  • 100 & # 32 ml & # 32 milk
  • 4 & # 32 pcs & # 32 eggs & # 32 medium
  • 1 & # 32 teaspoon & # 32 sugar
  • little salt

Aromatic fresh

Decoration

METHOD OF PREPARATION

These donuts filled with whipped cream and chocolate are kept in the fridge because they are with whipped cream. Have a good appetite, I'll get to work and I'm waiting for you on my Youtube channel!

Fluffy donuts, fluffier than donuts. Sounds good, doesn't it? This donut recipe is of Asian origin, of course with small touches.

Recipe for twisted donuts, crispy on the outside and very fluffy on the inside. The recipe for spiral fluffy donuts or twisted donuts is very simple and I highly recommend it because we get some sensational fragrant donuts.

Baked donuts glazed with nutella, a fluffy, fragrant and delicious dessert. These baked donuts glazed with nutella are quick and easy to prepare. They are American donuts, ring donuts, very healthy considering they are in the oven.

These rolled donuts are sensational and this is due to the combination of two special recipes, donuts with spoon and rolled cake.


Fluffy donuts filled with chocolate

Preparation time: 02:30 min / Cost of ingredients for 6-7 servings: 19 Lei
Ingredient: 250g flour, 100 ml milk, 1 egg, 7g yeast, 50ml warm water, 1 pinch of salt, 40g sugar, vanilla essence, 30g butter

We invite you to watch below our video recipe of fluffy donuts filled with chocolate:

Method of preparation: Step 1. In a bowl, mix the warm water with the yeast and sugar and leave the yeast to activate for 10 minutes. Step 2.Meanwhile, mix the egg with the milk and vanilla essence in a separate bowl. Step 3.Pour the milk over the yeast and stir to mix. Put a few tablespoons of flour and mix well. Then add salt and butter and mix. Gradually incorporate the flour until the dough thickens but is still very sticky. Remove the dough on the table where you have previously sprinkled flour. Knead the dough well for about 10 minutes using flour so that it does not stick to the manna. Step 4.It is then left to rise for 2 hours in a bowl covered with a towel.Step 5.Heat oil in a deep frying pan. Take pieces of dough and spread them a little in your hand. Put 1-2 pieces of chocolate in the middle and close the cake.Step 6. Then fry over medium heat until golden brown. Serve hot with chocolate topping. We wish you good appetite and increase your cooking recipe for fluffy donuts filled with chocolate.


Soft and fluffy donuts stuffed with cow's cheese & # 8211 my childhood dessert

Donuts stuffed with cottage cheese will always remind me of my childhood. At the time, donuts were my favorites. I recently asked my mother for the recipe and I also prepared a portion of donuts stuffed with cottage cheese. They turned out delicious.

Dough ingredients:

  • 500 gr of wheat flour
  • 100 g sugar, 300 ml milk
  • 1 egg yolk, 2 tablespoons oil
  • 20 gr of fresh yeast
  • 1 sachet of vanilla sugar, half a teaspoon of salt

Ingredients for the filling:

  • 250 gr cow case
  • 3-4 tablespoons powdered sugar
  • 2 tablespoons vanilla pudding powder
  • Lemon juice (to taste)

Method of preparation:

In a bowl, mix the flour with the sugar, vanilla sugar and salt. Add the egg yolk and oil. Dissolve the yeast in 200 ml of warm milk and leave it aside for 10-15 minutes to rise.

After the yeast has risen, add it to the flour bowl. Gradually add the remaining milk. Knead a semi-soft, fine dough, which comes off easily from the edges of the bowl.

Shape the dough into a ball, cover it with a clean cloth and leave it in a warm place for about 35-40 minutes to rise.As the dough grows, prepare the cheese filling. Mix the cheese with powdered sugar, pudding powder and lemon juice.After the dough has risen enough and doubled in volume, we transfer it to the worktop sprinkled with flour. We spread it in the form of a rectangular sheet about 6 mm thick.

Cut the dough into squares. Grease the edges of each piece of dough with egg white.Put a tablespoon of filling on each square of dough. Glue the edges of the dough and make sure that the filling does not flow. Put a pan with sunflower oil on the stove. When the oil heats up, we start frying the donuts. Fry them well on both sides, then take them out of the pan and put them on a paper towel, so that the excess oil is absorbed.While they are still hot, sprinkle them with powdered sugar on both sides. Good appetite and increase cooking!


Fluffy donuts, very tasty. They can be filled with jam or chocolate

Donuts with jam or chocolate & # 8211 are very fluffy, fragrant, and their preparation takes a while. So, if your appetite has hit you, we'll show you the perfect recipe right away!

Necessary ingredients:

  • 500 g flour,
  • 4 tablespoons sugar,
  • 3 eggs,
  • 200 ml of warm milk,
  • 25 g fresh yeast (or an envelope of dry yeast),
  • a vial of vanilla essence,
  • the orange-free vial,
  • a pinch of salt,
  • orange peel,
  • a small jar of jam or a small jar of chocolate cream for filling.

Method of preparation

The first time, we prepare mayonnaise using:

Mix the ingredients in a bowl and place near a heat source until it doubles in volume for about 30 minutes.

Separately mix eggs, add sugar, salt, vanilla essence, orange essence, and grated orange peel. In a deep bowl, sift the flour and when the yeast mayonnaise is ready, put it in the flour, then add it over the egg mixture. Mix all the ingredients well with a wooden spoon until well blended and gradually add a little warm milk.

Then, by hand, knead the dough until you get an elastic dough, and perfectly homogeneous without lumps. Cover the bowl with a kitchen towel and leave to rise for about an hour. After it has risen, cut the dough into 2 pieces, and spread it on the floured work surface, then spread it on a not too thick sheet. Using a round shape, cut out circles. On each circle is placed in the middle jam or chocolate cream according to everyone's preference.

If the jam is too soft, you can add a little ground walnut kernel to it, because the donut will remain uncooked in the middle. Spread the second sheet of dough, cut and put the obtained circles over the filled circles. The two circles are glued on the edge by greasing the edges with a little milk, or you can shape them by hand. You can also leave them circles and you can later fill them with a cake decorating device.

Place the donuts on a tray sprinkled with flour and leave to rise for another hour until they double in volume. Heat a lot of oil in a saucepan, and fry the donuts on both sides. Remove the fried donuts in a bowl covered with paper towels, powder with vanilla sugar or not, depending on your preferences.


Donuts filled with raspberry jam

The donuts require a little attention and time in their classic version (but I promise I'll be back soon with a quick and just as delicious recipe for yogurt donuts). They are the ideal dessert on weekends, when you have more time. And a fluffy, well-powdered donut with sugar never hurts anyone. Mini-me (i.e. Ilinca) loves them, but, nah, sugar and baby in the same room means two tons of stringed toys plus sitting on my head (literally), so I only make them two or three times a year, even though I I think of making them more often and eating them secretly :).

Donuts are not a great philosophy, they just need time, as my grandmother, who made the best donuts in the world, taught me.

Put 2-3 tablespoons of flour in a deep bowl. Heat 250 ml of milk in a bowl, and when it boils, pour it over the flour and mix vigorously with a pinch of polenta. You will immediately get a fairly hard dough, which you let cool. When cold, add 2 eggs, 200 grams of sugar, 150 ml of lukewarm milk (in which you dissolved 25 grams of yeast), a pinch of salt, vanilla seeds, grated lemon or orange peel. Mix everything and you will get a thin dough, in which you will incorporate the flour, around 600-700 grams. Finally, you should have a relatively strong, elastic dough, which you leave to rise for about two hours, until it triples in volume.

Now is the time to roll up your sleeves, because the most interesting part is coming. Take about a third of the dough and knead it on a well-powdered top with flour until you form a ball out of it. Then spread the dough in a 1-inch-thick sheet and cut the donuts with a cup, a glass or various shapes if you have one. Let them rise on the counter for another 15 minutes, during which time heat the oil well in a large pot or pan (the oil must be plentiful for the donuts to float). You can also make them in the fryer, provided that the oil has not been used for anything else before.

Fry the donuts over medium heat until golden brown, remove them on a paper towel and roll them in powdered sugar while they are still hot. At the end, I put a homemade raspberry jam in a bag (then blended and passed through a sieve to get rid of the seeds) and I "injected" it in donuts. But if you don't have a pouch, you can cut the donuts in half and fill them with jam / jam / chocolate.

As I said, a donut now & ampthen didn't kill anyone and I really prefer to give my child such a sweet, which is anyway the premium version of those bought on the street corner or those made of frozen products. I'm not the kind of parent who totally bans sugar from a child's diet, because I think this will later generate frustrations that are difficult & # 8211 if not impossible & # 8211 to manage. So, with a little sugar (and sugar :)), we can offer the little ones sweets, occasionally.