Whether you spell it donuts or doughnuts, doesn’t make this delicious treat any more or less popular. Donuts are often served for breakfast, but you can eat this delicious treat any time of day.
This pastry is traditionally quite tricky to make, as it requires precise temperature control to get the perfect result. As you both need to avoid the oil getting too warm thus burning the donuts, but also avoid it getting too cold, causing the donuts to soak up a lot of oil and become too greasy.
40 gram Butter
120 gram Whole milk
45 gram Sugar
1 pcs. Eggs
7 gram Active dry yeast
1 tsp. Cardamom
240 gram All-purpose flour
Oil for frying, as needed
75 gram Butter
200 gram Icing sugar
3 tbsp. Whole milk
1 tsp. Vanilla sugar or extract
Mix the wet ingredients
Knead the dough
Let the dough raise
Shape the donuts
Fry the donuts
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