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Sunday, October 15, 2006

Chinese Doughnuts

Ingredients:
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

Preparation:
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.

5 Comments:

  • 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 Blogger Tor Ince, at 5:15 PM  

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