Yummy Homemade Nigerian Doughnut Recipe
Homemade Nigerian doughnut recipe! It’s yummy!
I know you are so much interested in this recipe because Nigerian doughnut is everyone’s delight.
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Doughnuts is one of my family’s favorite snack.
My kids can take doughnut over and over again without getting bored with it.
My homemade Nigerian doughnut recipe was yummy, soft with an easy bite, you know children naturally like soft snacks
This recipe has different methods of preparation but will be sharing with you the method I used, which is very easy to understand, with the ingredients added.
Guess what? My yummy doughnut was actually made without a doughnut cutter.
So you don’t have a doughnut cutter?
The truth is you can make yummy doughnut without one.
Watch the video below to see practically how it was done.
It’sa snack loved and enjoyed by many and similar to the Nigerian puff puff.
This homemade Nigerian doughnut recipe can be taken down with soft drink, youghurt and the likes.
To make this homemade Nigerian doughnut recipe,
3 leveled cups all-purpose flour
1 tin liquid milk
11/2 tablespoon yeast
1/2 teaspoon grated nutmeg
1/2 cap almond liquid flavour
1/2 cap milk liquid flavour
1 tablespoonful margarine
2 tablespoonfuls sugar
1 medium egg
vegetable oil enough for deep frying
Sift all purpose flour, add granulated sugar, salt, yeast, a stir.
In an empty dry plate, break in the eggs, whisk till foamy, add the milk to the egg and whisk together until well mixed.
Divide the sifted flour in a bowl, add the margarine and walk with hands until it looks like bread crumbs or raw garri
At the egg milk mixture into the flour and mix evenly.
Add the remaining flour to the flour content and knead until the dough is stretchy and non sticky
Grease the bowl with a few drops of vegetable oil, put the dough and cover for about 1 hour to double or triple in size.
Open and deflate the dough, add grated nutmeg and knead the until well mixed.
Place dough on a greased surface, mold into balls, and press in a bottle cap in the middle to give a doughnut shape.
Cover again for another 1 hour to rise
Add vegetable oil enough for deep frying to an empty dry pot and apply heat.
Test the oil for hotness by dipping a wooden stick or something else, when it form bubbles, the doughnut is ready to be fried.
Fry on low heat on both sides until golden brown.
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