May 20, 2013

Eggless Doughnuts with Chocolate Glaze / Homemade Donut made from Scratch


Making homemade donuts are always on my to do list. Couple weeks back, on a fine evening i was craving so badly for them. But i had no eggs on hand. So i browsed a little and came up with this recipe. It is super easy to make and tasted do divine. You must try this someday, it is addictive.

When i finished making this donuts, i decided to do a simple glaze. Then i discovered that i was out of icing sugar. So i made a cooked chocolate glaze for it. I was not sure how this will turn out, so i didn't take step by step pictures of it. But luckily it tasted divine. I have given that recipe along with a simple chocolate sauce recipe which needs only mixing few stuff together in this. You can choose whatever you feel like.



I was quite surprised how the eggless recipe turned out so good. I will soon post the traditional recipe of making this with eggs soon and also the lots of topping and glaze to go with it. I hope you will try this out and let me know how it turns out for you.




Preparation Time: 15 mins
Resting Time : 1 hour to 1.5 hours
Cooking Time:  2 to 3 mins for each batch
Makes : 8 to 10

Ingredients:
All Purpose Flour / Maida - 3 cups + more as needed
Yeast - 1 tblspn
Warm Milk - 1 cup + more as needed
Powdered Sugar - 3/4 cup + 2 tblspn
Vanilla - 1  tblspn
Butter / Oil - 2 tblspn melted
Baking powder - 1 tblspn

For Cooked Chocolate Glaze:( I made this one )
Sugar - 1 cup
Cocoa powder - 1/4 cup
Milk - 1/4 cup or adjust 

For Simple Chocolate Glaze:
Powdered Sugar / Icing Sugar - 1 cup
Cocoa powder - 1/4 cup
Milk - 3 to 4 tblspn or adjust

Pictorial:

Take 1 tblspn yeast,  1 tblspn sugar and 1/4 cup of warm milk in a bowl and let it sit for 5 mins till it foams up.

Now take milk, vanilla and melted butter or oil in a bowl and mix well.

Now take flour, powdered sugar, baking powder in a large mixing bowl and mix that well.

Pour in the yeast mixture and milk mixture in this and form into a dough.

Grease a large bowl with oil and transfer this dough into that. Cover that with a plastic wrap and allow it to rest for 1 hour or till it doubles in size.

Now punch down the dough and roll that out.

Now using a large cutter and a small cutter cut out the doughnuts. Take the extra dough from that and roll and cut them again.

Leave that to rest for 10 mins.

Now heat oil for deep frying on a medium heat.

Drop the doughnuts and fry them carefully till they turn golden on each side. This will take around 2 to 3 mins. Fry the dough holes as well.

Drain them in a paper towel..

Now make the glaze. Take sugar in a kadai. Add in milk and mix that well. Let the sugar dissolve, now add in cocoa powder and mix well. This will form into a thick glaze. You can adjust the milk as per your need.

You can also make simple chocolate glaze by mixing powdered sugar, cocoa and milk till it reaches the desired consistency.

Dip the doughnuts in the glaze till it is coated.

Drain them on a wire rack.

Enjoy with a cup of chai.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients

Take yeast in a bowl

Add sugar to it

Add some warm milk

Let it ferment up
Take milk in a cup

Addi a dash of vanilla

Add in some oil

Mix that around
Take flour in a bowl

Add in sugar

Baking powder

Mix that well

Now pour the milk mixture

and the yeast mixture

Mix well

Grease a bowl with oil

Transfer the dough in that bowl

Cover with plastic wrap

Let it double in size

Punch that back down

Roll them

Now take your cutters

Cut them out

All done..let them rise a bit

Like this

Heat oil for frying

Fry the doughnuts

Fry them till golden

LIke this

Fry the dough holes too

Till they turn golden

Make glaze..Read recipe method..

Dip the doughnuts in that

All coated

All done...

Enjoy..

26 comments:

  1. Hi Aarti, these doughnuts sound divine. Can they be baked instead of deepfried?

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  2. @AnonymousI think you can bake it, but i have not tried it

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  3. Hi aarthi I really like your blog and try the receipies..my kids r small n really luv donuts n when they R homemade nothing beats tht.
    Thank you

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  4. Thanks for the recipe... will try this

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  5. Thanks! Did try them yesterday and came out very well! Can you please upload one with eggs also? I am your follower now :)

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  6. Wow long time I wanted to try doughnuts as my daughters love them n always buy them but this time I made them and they came out awesome thanx

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  7. Hi aarthi.. If I make only half the recipe will the timings for setting the yeast differ?

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  8. @AnonymousYou have to set the yeast til it is foamy

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  9. how to store doughnuts .., and what is shelf life like..

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  10. @Shradha ChandakJust one or two days in fridge..warm it up in microwave

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  11. Sounds yummy. Will definitely try. Thank you.

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  12. U used fresh yeast or dry yeast

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  13. @Anonymousi used dry yeast. I always use dry in my recipes, because i couldn't find fresh in my place

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  14. Hi..nice recipe..can we use baking powder instead of yeast

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  15. @Anonymousno not in this recipe, will share another one soon

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  16. Hi..i tried the recipe for eggless doughnut....it was nice bt a prob cropped up-the dough turned out to b dry!! can zis b overcome by adding water?? or shoud i add milk instead?? thanku :-)

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  17. @Shinadding milk is important and also the dough has to be soft and not hard when kneaded

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  18. Is there any other glaze apart from chocolate? Would be great if you can share.

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  19. @Radhikau can use a coating of cinnamon sugar, icing sugar mix it with milk and you can glaze

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  20. Finally, make my 1st doughnut today using your recipe. Hurray,it's a success.

    Couldn't thank you enough
    for this recipe. I subs milk with plain water and still the doughnut fluffy as ever.

    Definitely will make it again. Intimidate no more hi..hi..

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  21. Can we make without yeast n eggs.. Wats d substitute

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  22. @Anonymousyeast it important, else it will tyurn hard

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  23. hi!! ove all ur recipes.. and i have tried quite a few!!
    Can u pls tell me if u have ever tried a baked eggless donut? if so can u pls share tht recipe!!
    im on the look out for such a recipe!!
    thanks in advance!!

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  24. hi I have instant yeast, does it also need to be added to the milk or straight to the dough?

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