I made Batterway Drop Doughnuts for bread bakers. It was a easy and kids friendly recipe. Do make it.......
We Bread Bakers are baking fried yeasted bread for this July 2019 as suggested by Sneha Datar of snehasrecipes.
When I searched for fried yeasted breads , most of them are doughnuts . Then I came across this recipe of batterway drop doughnuts in the Red star yeast page.
Batterway Drop doughnuts are easy , no knead bite- sized fried doughnuts.
Batterway of mixing yeast dough use less flour and thus the yeast mixture is thinner than dough. This method is a modification of the straight dough method that eliminates kneading.The Stirring develops the gluten in the dough. It is the quickest mixing method .
3¼ cup all purpose flour
2 ¼ tsp Instant Dry yeast
Half cup water
¾ cup milk
¼ cup sugar
1 tsp salt
2 tbs butter
½ tsp Mace
½ tsp Nutmeg
Oil for frying
Powdered sugar for coating
Heat water and milk to lukewarm ( 110* - 115* F ) and all ingredients at room temperature.
Dissolve the yeast in the lukewarm water and let it proof.
In a bowl , add sugar , salt , butter and spices like mace and nutmeg. To this add the milk and mix well.
Add in half flour and mix with a spoon or dough whisk. Then add the remaining flour and mix again for 2 minutes.
Cover the bowl and let it rise in warm place until doubled.
Beat down the raised batter in about 25 strokes. Let it rest while oil is heating ( 350* - 375* F ).
Drop the batter from a teaspoon or small cookie scoop into hot oil.
Turn the doughnuts and cook till it becomes golden brown. Cook on medium heat to cook evenly.
Use a slotted spoon to drain the oil and place on paper towel.
Roll the doughnuts in powdered sugar while it is still warm.
Batterway Drop doughnuts are ready to serve.......
Doughnuts are kids favorite and these are made perfectly..ReplyDelete
I've never heard of "batter way" doughnuts, but they look wonderful. So easy with no kneading!ReplyDelete
Oh, I very much like the ease of a batter based drop donut! They look wonderful!ReplyDelete
How interesting that this is more batter like. I'm looking forward to trying it.ReplyDelete