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Doughnuts : Delicious sweet snacks

05:23 Asmau Sada 11 Comments

Ingredients:
2 measures of flour
5 tsps yeast
3 peak milk tins sugar
1 bag margarine
2 bottles oil

Method
Soak the yeast in warm water for 5 minutes.
  Seive the flour in a deep bowl, add sugar, pinch salt,  margarine and mix thoroughly. Pour in the  yeast and mix, add some water and knead to form a soft dough but it should be a bit sticky. Oil the bowl and put in the  dough. Cover with a kitchen cloth and  keep in a warm place to  rise for 40 mins.
  Sprinkle some flour on a surface and knead the dough for a minute  or so. Roll it flat with a rolling pin but a bit inch thick. Use doughnut cutter on the  dough,  press and remove. Till you  exhaust the dough. Cover with a kitchen  cloth for some minutes to enable  the doughnuts rise.
   Heat some oil in a frying pan and fry the  doughnuts till golden brown.
(c)Asmie's Kitchen 

11 comments:

  1. Superb...U r really an amazing cook... The doughnuts shape has come out perfectly...

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  2. Hy asmie, pls how do I measure flour using our local tin of milk and also can I add eggs?

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    1. Hello Asiya
      2 tins of milk is equivalent to 1/4 measure. And yes you can add eggs.

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  3. For your good work aunty asmie words cant express our gratitude to you we can only pray for Allaah subhanahu wa ta'ala to reward you with jannatul firdaus

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  4. For your good work aunty asmie words cant express our gratitude to you we can only pray for Allaah subhanahu wa ta'ala to reward you with jannatul firdaus

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  5. Nice work Asmie dear. What about baking powder? I thot u r to add baking powder vto all flour cooking?

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  6. Ameen.Thank you sis.I really appreciate. @Faizah Mustapha

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  7. Thank you. No. Not to all flour cooking.There are snacks we use yeast instead of baking powder. Such as doughnut, and some other snacks.@Rahmatu Parker

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  8. Thank you. No. Not to all flour cooking.There are snacks we use yeast instead of baking powder. Such as doughnut, and some other snacks.@Rahmatu Parker

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  9. Ameen.Thank you sis.I really appreciate. @Faizah Mustapha

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