Aug 13, 2015

Easy Glazed Doughnuts Recipe - How to Make Doughnuts without Yeast - Yeast Free Cake Doughnuts Recipe


Its doughnuts time..It is my favourite and i can never stop making new donuts recipes whenever i get time. I have already shared quite a few recipe in my blog. This version is a yeast free version and also a instant version. It is made with baking powder and it has a cake like texture in the doughnuts so these are called as cake doughnuts. I loved it so much. Because the dough is made under 10 mins and these doughnuts from start to finish is made under 30 mins. So easy..

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I would say that this is the best donuts i ever made. It was so fluffy and like eating a cloud that soft. You will never imagine that it has no yeast. It was so good..


Hope you will check my quite a long post and let me know if you try it..


Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 2 mins per batch
Makes : 12 to 15 mini doughnuts

Ingredients:

All Purpose Flour / Maida - 2 cups
Salt - 1/4 tsp
Baking Powder - 2 tsp
Powdered Sugar - 1/2 cup ( I used icing sugar)
Milk - 1/2 cup
Egg - 1
Vanilla Essence - 1 tsp
Melted Butter - 1 tblspn 
Oil for Deep frying

For Vanilla Glaze:
Icing Sugar / Confectioners Sugar - 1 cup
Milk - 2 tblspn or as needed
Vanilla Essence - 1 tsp

Method:

Take flour, salt, baking powder in a bowl and mix well. Set aside.

Take egg, sugar, milk, melted butter, vanilla in a bowl and whisk using a fork.

Now add the flour in and mix well using the fork. Knead to a soft dough.

Take the dough onto a rolling board and roll it out. Cut doughnut shape using doughnut cutter or a cup and a small bottle cap. Take the scraps and roll it again and repeat the same, do this till the entire batch of dough is used up.

Heat oil for deep frying. Drop doughnuts in and fry till golden on both sides.

Remove it to a plate and set aside.

Make glaze by mixing all the ingredients to a little semi thick consistency. Dip doughnuts in and coat on both sides. Arrange it in a cooling rack so the glaze sets and harden.

Remove it and serve.

Pictorial:
Take your very basic ingredients


Take flour in a bowl


add in baking powder


a tiny pinch of salt


mix that well and set aside


crack open a egg in a bowl


add in some powdered sugar..I used icing sugar


add in some melted butter..


add in vanilla essence


add in milk


whisk well


add in the flour mix in


use a fork to mix it up


it will start to come together


it will form a soft dough


take it in a rolling board


roll it 


i rolled it this thick


i used a glass to cut circles


like this


then i used a small bottle lid to cut the inner


just like this


Then i kept on take the scraps together and rolling till i finish with the entire dough


drop the doughnuts in oil


fry them


it will get golden in the bottom


now flip over and cook


drain them


i fried the entire batch
now take ingredients for icing


Take icing sugar in a bowl


add milk a tblspn at a time


mix well..You can see it is pretty thick


so i added a little more


mix well


add little vanilla


mix well


this is the right consistency


take your doughnut


dip it in the glaze


remove it and arrange it in a rack


let it set..you can top with some sprinkles too


Enjoy


Taste yum


Look how soft and porous it looks

29 comments:

  1. Hi aarthi.. can we use normal powdered sugar for icing???

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  2. Can it be also made eggless by using curd or flax seed as a substitute for egg ? If yes what quantity should I use ?

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  3. thank you for useful receipe. kindly advise is it necessary to use icing sugar in particular or we can use local sugar powder made in home. looking forward your suggestion.

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  4. Can we use oil in place of melted butter??

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  5. @mamtha pratapicing sugar is best, normal powdered sugar wont give a silky coating

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  6. @ChAndnifor 1 egg use 2 tblspn of think unsour yogurt or curd

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  7. @Sanjaya Moktanicing sugar is best, normal powdered sugar wont give a silky coating

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  8. I have become a fan of your recipes! Have tried quite a few of your recipes and loved them all.You recipes are simply awesome! I have posted few links on my recently started food blog as well.
    Thank you so much for this wonderful recipe! It came out very well.
    Warm regards & Best wishes!

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  9. Great recipe, will try soon
    Nowadays I can't see mobile version of your blog.. It's somewhat tough to read..

    If possible please visit my blog to see my new recipes

    Thank you

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  10. hi,can we use whole wheat instead of maida? And is shallow fry possible ? Tia

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  11. Hello,I love ur recipes n tried a lot of them and all turned out perfect.thanks n keep up the good work.can we bake these doughnuts ?

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  12. @Anonymousno baking them will make them turn hard

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  13. @Anonymouswheat flour will make the doughnuts denser and deep frying is best

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  14. I tried this recipe.......but the doughnuts were not soft like store bought ones. Can you tell me the reason

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  15. @Anonymousthese doughnuts will be having cake texture, hence it is cake doughnuuts

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  16. Measurement of d cup else we can take any cup

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  17. Wats the measurement of d cup

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  18. I made this using curd but it turned little hard wats the reason

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  19. I made this using curd but it turned out hard ... Reason?

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  20. @Anonymousif u over fry them in hot oil, then it may turn hard.

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  21. Hi Aarthi, in the pictorial description u showed 1 layer of dough that you rolled. But in the next pictorial it shows that two layers of dough are placed one above the other. So I am a little confused here. Please guide me through the steps. Thanks.

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  22. @Theresa Monteirowhere is the two layers, not sure about what you are asking. can u be little more specific

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  23. Hi Aarthi, I goofed up. I probably mixed up 2 different things together. I am sorry for the confusion. I followed ur recipe and my 7 year old son loved it. thanks for the easy and yummy recipe. God bless.

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  24. Notes! I made regular sized donut, which this makes around 5 of. I also had to up yhe flour 3/4 of a cup

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  25. you said you can never imagine its eggless but your recipe calls for 1 egg.im confused

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