Homemade Doughnuts Or How to Be a Good Wife

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Update: I got the recipe from Randi. I followed it fairly closely but I had to dissolve the yeast in the warm milk directly intead of adding it to the flour because the yeast here doesn't dissolve easily, even in a liquid. And I used 1/4 cup of extra virgin olive oil instead of 1/2 cup of shortening. Can't buy shortening here.

6 comments:

  1. Yum!
    My husband would be happy. :-)
    Hannah, your posts are all coming out down at the bottom of your page, for me.

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  2. You made donuts? Wow! I'm lost for words....are they difficult to make? You should post the recipe.

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  3. You good wife, you! Look how happy thay hubby is!

    I would be too with homemade doughnuts in front of me!

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  4. Julana, Are you using IE? I think I still have a problem in IE. I'll try to fix it.

    Sheena,
    There not terribly difficult, you just have to wait for them to rise. I got the recipe from another great blogger, Randi. I changed her recipe a little. I dissolved the yeast in the milk first, and I added 1/4 cup of olive oil instead of 1/2 of shortening. and I made twists instead of "rounds."
    http://cheekymama2005.blogspot.com/2005/12/making-doughnuts.html

    Sparrow, I'll have to bring you some doughnuts someday!

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  5. Hannah,
    Yes, I'm using IE. Now the first two posts are at the top as they should be; then there is a white space, and the rest are dropped down.

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  6. Good for you, Hannah. I love seeing you make your DH happy. And it will come back upon you (and already has with the comments listed here). Su San looks very happy with a cup in one hand and more donuts than he can eat in one setting. Well, more than he should eat. Keep up the good work

    Dad

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