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Last Updated Friday December 09 2016 07:03 PM IST

Mini Donuts

Rekha Jacob Perincherry
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Mini Donuts Mini Donuts. Image courtesy: Vanitha women's magazine

Donuts are the ever happy additions to any celebrations. These yummy spongy goodies would be just the thing your kids would love to gorge on!

Ingredients

250 gm flour

7 gm instant yeast

50 gm icing sugar

100 ml warm milk

25 gm butter

1 egg

Oil for frying

Melted chocolate, sprinkles, coloured icing sugar frosting

Preparation

Mix the flour, yeast, milk, sugar, butter and the egg and form into dough. Keep aside covered for it to rise

Once the dough has doubled in size, shape it into mini donuts using a donut cutter. Once cut into shapes, keep for some more time to rise

Fry in hot oil till golden brown

Once cooled, dip the donut in chocolate for glazing

To make the frosting, make a paste of water and the icing sugar and add for food colour Dip one side of the donut in this to frost

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