Old-fashioned donuts | Hida Mari Cookin's recipe transcription
- (A) Strong powder : 50g
- (A) Cake flour : 150g
- (A) Sugar : 65g
- (A) Baking powder : 6g
- (B) Egg : 1 piece
- (B) Milk : Appropriate amount
- Unsalted butter : 25g
- chocolate : 50g
Make the dough
Put (A) in a bowl and stir lightly to make a total of 75g (B) and mix with melted butter.
When the dough is set, cut it in half, stack the dough and press it down about 30 times, wrap it and refrigerate.
Mold the dough
Divide the dough into 10 equal parts, stretch them into thin pieces, shape them into a circle, and refrigerate.
Fry the dough
Make a cut in the dough if you like.
Fry in oil at 160-170 ° C with good color on both sides.
Melt the chopped chocolate in the microwave and add it to the donuts.
Egg liquid is made into 75g by adding milk to one egg melted.
Cut the dough using a plastic card, etc., and repeat the work of pressing and stacking.
Divide the dough into 10 equal parts and weigh 36-37g per piece.
Refrigerate the dough while warming the oil.
In the video, the dough is notched, but it breaks naturally without it. Fry with the notch down.
The time to cool the dough is not included in the time required.