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Sunday, October 15, 2006

Chinese Doughnuts

Brown sugar 170 gms.
Hot water 3/4 cup
Rice flour,seived 330 gms.
Baking powder 60 gms.
Dry sherry 1 tbsp.
Coconut, grated 60 gms.
Peanut, roasted & crushed 60 gms.
Castor sugar 3 tbsps.
Sesame seeds, roasted 60 gms.
Oil for frying

Take hot water and dissolve the sugar in it and then add the sherry.
Allow to cool.
Add baking powder to the flour and make a stiff dough of this(do not knead).
Roll the dough to 1 1/2 inches in diameter.
Cut this roll into 1/2 " slices and then flatten to 2" in diameter.
Mix the coconut, peanuts and castor sugar together and place a tablespoon of this filling in the middle of each slice.
Now bring the edge of each slice together and then roll it to form a ball.
Put sesame seeds on a plate and roll each ball in it.
Deep fry in the oil till golden brown.
Serve at room temperature.


  • OH man this is awesome. I used to have this in Beijing and we'd dip them in condensed milk. Tastes like a glazed doughnut for sure!

    By Anonymous simon, at 4:32 PM  

  • Mmm i love doughnuts thanks for the recipe what a great dessert.

    By Anonymous James, at 10:58 AM  

  • oo..i like this chinese doughnuts ler. But most of the time i saw Malay sells it wo

    By Anonymous irenelim, at 11:59 AM  

  • Honestly I love doughnuts in every version. But I must be not so humble & will admit, that best of all are my own, home made polish doughnuts with my home made rose petals preserve :} Unfortunately my icing still needs some work to be perfect :/

    By Blogger Voidan, at 1:02 AM  

  • These look delicious! I've only ever tried the pre-packaged kind from Sun Fung, they must be so good hot. I had no idea they had sherry or coconut in them.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:15 PM  

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