Friday, 28 June 2013

Italian Doughnuts yum yum!

Hey everyone a while back i made the most delicious Italian doughnuts, that vanished in the matter of seconds as soon as i put them on the table. Before that could happen i put a picture of them up on instagram and a few people asked what the recipe was. so here is the one i used! Enjoy xx


Makes: about 25 (but i got more out of the dough)
Ingredients:
300g plain flour (preferably “00”)


Method:

50g caster sugar
15g dried yeast
250g desiree potatoes, peeled
25g butter
1 egg
125ml warm milk
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
100g caster sugar, extra

1. Combine flour, sugar and yeast in a small bowl. 
2. Place potatoes in a saucepan of cold salted water. Bring to a boil. Boil gently until tender. Drain. 
Push through a ricer into a bowl.
3. While potatoes are still warm, add flour mixture with butter, egg and warm milk. Using your hands, 
bring all ingredients together to form a soft dough. 
4. Roll walnut-size balls into 10cm long sausages. Shape sausages into a doughnut. Place on a floured 
tray, 3cm apart. . Stand, covered, in a warm place, for 30 minutes or until double in size.
5. Combine cinnamon and extra sugar in a shallow bowl.
6. Deep fry doughnuts in small batches. Drain on absorbent paper. Roll in cinnamon sugar.

These are some pictures of my attempt at making them 







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15 comments :

Erica D said...

OMG these look delicious! They remind me of these donuts we get here at the Canadian National Exhibition and they are to die for!

Melissa said...

Thank you for kindly sharing this!
I have to make this and let you know how it goes!
Can't wait!

Melissa Bubbles said...

Yup they so are delicious! Hehe

Melissa Bubbles said...

Aww I'd love to see pics of yours, let me know how they turn out!

Laura Hyatt said...

Ohhhh these look so delicious! I've just had a massive wrap for lunch, I defiantly didn't need to see these now, as I am inspired to go make doughnuts! :) Also I just wanted to say I love your blog too xx
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Melissa Bubbles said...

Haha everyone can fit one doughnut or 2 lol thank you so much xx

Laila R. said...

Looks yummy!

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Ms Jelena said...

I've been trying to remember the italian name for them and I can't!!! Gah! Love love love them!!! xx

sweetaholic-beauty said...

NOMS! Must try this! xx

Melissa Bubbles said...

Yup you have to! And let me know how you go xx

Melissa Bubbles said...

Hehe I don't remember the name either but they are delicious xx

Patricia Ayuso said...

amazing post!!! i love it ;)
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The Made Up Maiden said...

They look delicious! I'm inviting myself over the next time you make these. :)

Melissa Bubbles said...

Haha sure, come on over!

Melissa Bubbles said...

Sure sounds great :)