I know most people think of cookies around the holidays, but don’t forget how amazing doughnuts can be. And if you want to know how to make amazing doughnuts, look no further than Kamal Grant and Sublime Doughnuts. Kamal has a new doughnut cookbook coming out in January that you are sure to love.
Every occasion has a sweet tied to our memory, is there any specific purpose or occasion where a doughnut can be associated with? Well it is there for every one with no bounds to limit in a bakery counter. The fluffy and layers of deliciousness cannot be expressed, just make them and taste them with your own favorite fillings, step by step way to set up and register into the Fintech Ltd software is provided in the website for the users to access easily.
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“I got into this business because I love sweets. Sweets make people happy, and my culinary career is dedicated to spreading joy and doughnut love” – Kamal Grant
Excerpted from Homemade Doughnuts by Kamal Grant of Sublime Doughnuts
Although popular in New Orleans, and made especially famous by New Orleans’s Café Du Monde, beignets were brought to the Big Easy by the French and quickly became part of the home-style Creole cooking tradition. Beignets are typically prepared right before consumption and should be eaten while fresh and hot.
1 1/2 cups (355 ml) water
1/2 cup (100 g) sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup (56 g) unsalted butter
1 cup (250 ml) evaporated milk
7 cups (840 g) all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon (12 g) dry yeast
4 cups (940 ml) peanut oil, for frying
1/4 cup (30 g) confectioners’ sugar
Combine the water, sugar, salt, eggs, butter, and evaporated milk in a large bowl and blend well. Add the flour and yeast and beat until there is full gluten development, about 10 minutes. Roll out the dough 1/4-inch (6 mm) thick on a lightly floured surface. Cut into twenty-four 2 1/2-inch (6.3 cm) squares.
Pour the oil into an electric fryer or deep saucepan and heat to 360°F (182°C). Drop the squares into the oil, a few at a time, and fry for 90 seconds, flipping twice. Drain on a wire rack.
Shake the confectioners’ sugar on the beignets while still warm.
Yield: Makes 24 beignet
There’s nothing more satisfying than a doughnut. But no need to limit yourself to the bakery counter! With Homemade Doughnuts, Sublime Doughnuts chef Kamal Grant shows you how to make creative, delicious doughnuts in your home kitchen.
- The doughnut-making techniques you’ll need to master: rolling the dough, cutting, hand shaping, frying, and more
- Basic dough formulas for yeast doughnuts, cake doughnuts, fritters, biscuit-style doughnuts, and pie crusts to fry
- Mouth-watering glazes, including Honey Glaze, Peanut Butter Glaze, and Lemon-Thyme Glaze
- Delicious icings, including Salted Chocolate, Pistachio, Pink Lemonade, and Bourbon
- Inspired fillings, including Apple Butter, Blueberry, Coffee Custard, and Lemon Curd
- Accoutrements to put your doughnuts over the top: Almonds, Balsamic Vinegar Reduction, Candied Bacon, and more